I thought I lost a 5 dollar bill (I do lose money very easily) so I overturn the house looking for it because my brother needed the money for a school trip (don't ask me why he couldn't just ask my mom he's a sensotard like me) and after checking every room and turning it upside did I realize it was in my bra
I wondered what was chafing me.
I do this all the time. But the end result was far more humbling.
A while ago when I was in school I was challenging a friend in a math game (equations for those who know it). The game works with one player shaking all the dice and then creating a "solution." Then the players work at creating lots of different equations that would equal that solution from the remaining dice. Anyway, there are a few more intricacies that make the game challenging, but basically all the players are looking to create the most challenging and creative equation that the other players won't think of and then narrow down the possibilities to just that one equation.
So I was playing the best player on our team and he kept throwing random dice into the required category and I had to keep modifying my already ridiculous equation to fit everything. Finally when it came time to show our equations to each other I figured we must have the same equation. Well, we might have had I realized I was solving for 9 instead of 8. I had come up with a very complicated equation with all the same numbers and functions as my friend--for the wrong answer. I felt a bit sheepish.
Hahaha!! Ahhh, try 2x's in one day. And the damn server has the nerve to keep track of it even after you delete the message and post it on the receiver's wall. Seriously, what purpose does, "EnFpFeR has deleted this message" serve aside from rubbing it all in?
Originally Posted by Mo
Am I the only sensotarded sensor out there?
I have to will my Se to work and it does brilliantly when I do (will it). Otherwise, most of the time, it's a bit of a joke.
My absent-mindedness is frequently the butt of my friend's jokes.
I have major intuitard and sensotard moments. I have to ask a million questions because I can totally read between the lines, but just to be sure, I ask for explanations for everything. My intuition is only good after having been confirmed by someone's explanation of what I intuited in the first place. Does that even make sense?
and mostly I don't remember the names of places, just how to get there and what they looked like. which is why I'm also terrible at giving directions and driving places when given directions. and thats why I like GPS. although sometimes when I'm told to 'turn left' I just turn right, and then I'm like 'waiiiit why did I just turn right? she said left. fuckshit.' maybe she needs to point it at me. '<<<< turn, this way <<<'
that would help.
I've lived in the same town for fifteen years and I still forget street names. Although I can visualize the streets perfectly. Yeah, giving people directions is a challenge. I'll be like, "Uh, you know, there's that big brick building next to that house with the dog that's always barking? You know, the one with the big oak trees? Shaker shingle roof? Turn down there."