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    Junior Member Vorm Krieg's Avatar
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    What about switching the letters in a sentence? Example:

    "The ship has sailed", becomes:
    "The sip has shailed". And shit like that.

    Annoying as fuck because it really interrupts your flow of speech.

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    Popcorn --> cockporn.

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    Real eyes realize real lies.

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    Most NTs I have known have this issue, Mat. I wouldn't say you're NOT and INTJ - there isn't enough evidence to counter this claim just yet.
    a cat is fine too

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    ok..

    Ditto Vorm Krieg

    My worst fuckup was when i asked for the juice and stated Could you send my that (supposed to be the name of the box with juice in) but instead i stated a porn actresses name..
    hey! it was similar!
    Dad his girlfriend and her kids was there.

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    Personally, I feel using *big* words in sentences comes off tangible with personal growth, and development. Some times, I need to briefly check the word's definition (on google, for instance) to know what it means. It requires a little bit of practise, and I feel people need to apply this kind of language, generally, any how.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mace View Post
    Personally, I feel using *big* words in sentences comes off tangible with personal growth, and development.
    In layman`s terms that means?

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    Today, I was talking to my boss and said "imperial" evidence, realizing it was wrong, but sounded similar to the word I wanted, and it took me a second to realize I wanted to say "empirical." Gah. I hate that kind of stuff. You know it's wrong, and you know what concept you're trying to convey, but your brain is on a roll and it won't stop to pick up the correct word, so a soundalike stands in for it. I wanted to come back later and say, "I'm sorry, I really do know the difference between those two words." He knew what I meant, though.
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    the only thing I suffer from is momentarily memory loss of names of people, words and so on. Sometimes even with family members names. I know what I want to say but memorybank dont comply.

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    Haha. So do i.. There is this one vegetable that i never remember the name of.. I its cronic.. I have to say how it looks and that its hollow inside and that i did not like it until i one day ate it after a hard drinking session the day before.
    that one! what you call it in english? perhaps i remember the english word..

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