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    I'm wondering which adjectives most people describe you as... if you had to narrow it down to one word, which word is used the most when people describe you?

    Also, which adjective is your favorite to hear? Which word makes you feel good inside to be described as?


    I hear weird A LOT. At least once a day and within the first week of meeting someone they call me weird. And random.

    My favorite is quirky. I love when someone says I'm quirky.

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    Probably annoying, oblivious, weird, and odd.

    Quirky is a positive sounding word for weird. I'll be quirky too! I like it!
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    This thread has high potential for fun...
    (at least in my opinion )

    Usual examples:
    Ridiculous. Calm. Abrasive. Complex. Dorky. Observant. Stalkerish.
    The most common would be observant or stalkerish. (the truth tromps on whether that's a real word or not)

    I think i prefer either ridiculous or abrasive. I also frequently hear that i know myself well, but no one says that in an adjective form
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unkindloving View Post
    This thread has high potential for fun...
    (at least in my opinion )

    Usual examples:
    Ridiculous. Calm. Abrasive. Complex. Dorky. Observant. Stalkerish.
    The most common would be observant or stalkerish. (the truth tromps on whether that's a real word or not)

    I think i prefer either ridiculous or abrasive. I also frequently hear that i know myself well, but no one says that in an adjective form
    haha maybe complacence or self-complacent? hmmm.

    I like ridiculous.
    I don't think I would be too keen on someone calling me abrasive though... I would rather be called aggressive I think. When I think of abrasive I think of bleach staining clothes and a very strong smell... haha.
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    I get inspirational once people know me a bit better.

    Also weird but in a good way

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    Cute... UGH. And fun/funny.


    I would like it if people described me as thoughtful, though.

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    Reserved and its less flattering synonym: quiet.

    Also sometimes cute and adorable. As a man, sometimes I feel guilty by immensely enjoying being described like that.
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    My sweetheart has told me I'm:
    elegant
    strong
    untouchable
    angelic

    My mother says I'm:
    articulate
    intellectual
    a teacher
    a freeloader

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    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Things I hear: quiet, complicated, uptight, lazy , rigid, aimless, intelligent, plain, sensitive, creative, critical, pushy

    What I like to hear: I'm not sure. I despise the negative stuff, but don't really grasp the positive.

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