What words have people used to describe you?

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02 Aug 2022, 2:11 pm

Quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet, quiet. And calm, nice, too nice, slut, fake, weird, stoic, idiot and funny. Are some of the things that come to mind.



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02 Aug 2022, 2:13 pm

I was called a word similar to “slut” before which is utterly bizarre. I’ve only been with one person (not that it matters how many people one chooses to sleep with).


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02 Aug 2022, 10:43 pm

Hippie
Stoner
Mick Avory Neutral - MAN
Mod
Nazi
Blunt
The R-word
Immature
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03 Aug 2022, 12:45 pm

Anybody who likes Sergeant Schultz is not a Nazi----especially since the guy who played him was Jewish.

I don't believe even the character Sergeant Schultz was for the Nazis; he liked to hang out with different nationalities.



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03 Aug 2022, 12:47 pm

Twilightprincess wrote:
I was called a word similar to “slut” before which is utterly bizarre. I’ve only been with one person (not that it matters how many people one chooses to sleep with).


I was called a "Cosmopolitan Slut" when I was a virgin.

It takes all kinds.



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03 Aug 2022, 2:13 pm

-Analytical, Pedantic, Precise, Particular

- Imaginative, Creative, Funny

- Nerd, Geek

- Theatre nerd, Animated, Dramatic, Theatrical

- Toff, Posh

- Polite, Soft-spoken, Quiet, Shy

- Aggressive, Cocky, Angry, Confrontational, Scary, Intimidating, Resilient

- Calming, An anchor, Mature, Comforting.

- The human embodiment of a cat. :cat:


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03 Aug 2022, 2:15 pm

I've never been called a nerd or a geek.


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03 Aug 2022, 2:24 pm

Pure
Maternal
Pretty
Fat
Polite
Quiet
Weird


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03 Aug 2022, 2:35 pm

Quiet.
Sweet
Innocent
Nice
Sympathetic.

I feel like i am none of these things



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03 Aug 2022, 3:20 pm

Twilightprincess wrote:
What Words Have People Used To Describe You?

"A strong cup of tea"
"Energetic"
"A casual manner of speaking"

That last one was specifically in the context of how I present my science at conferences. I'm still not sure if this was a burn or not.

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Are you different in person than you are online?

I think I wanted to project myself as a "better" version of myself online when I was a teenager. Maybe it was the last vestiges of childhood imaginative play. Maybe I just wanted to escape my struggles with school and family for a few hours a day, to pretend things were different. I don't know. I'm not sure that I succeeded in convincing anyone, but I do remember trying to seem less nervous, stronger, more competent, and more independent than I was in reality.

Now I don't want to be or seem like anyone else. I'd rather spend my time on learning about myself and liking who I am.



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03 Aug 2022, 3:22 pm

I think my online self is an extention of my offline self.


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03 Aug 2022, 4:11 pm

I think my offline self needs to have a word with my online self.

Other stuff I've been called:
Confident
Mischievous
Scary


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03 Aug 2022, 7:38 pm

Moody.

I don't mind the label or the name itself.
But in action? I don't like it.

It means I'm inconsistent and I'm sick of inconsistency of myself.
I hate being this emotionally dysregulated "person" who just can't get rid of the sensitivity sh*t baggage and just control myself.

I wish it's untrue. I'd rather be stoic, unemotional, 'heartless' even.
But this "person" -- this body and head is not. And I hate it.


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03 Aug 2022, 7:44 pm

I think those words are blocked here...


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04 Aug 2022, 1:44 am

Uhh

Dork, stupid, ugly, beautiful, b*tch, apathetic, cold, pure evil, intimidating, a kindred spirit, intelligent, heartless, sweet, witty, sweet & tangy, gorgeous, sexy, annoying, dark but prissy, scary/terrifying, crazy, dumb, different, different, quiet, random, shy, wise, insightful, calm, stubborn, intense, snobby, weird, funny, spoiled, kind, gentle, lazy, pretty, "special", boring, reliable(reassuring)...


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04 Aug 2022, 3:27 am

"painfully shy"
"does not live up to his potential"
"spazz"
"pessimist"
"Different"
A bunch of homophobic and anti Semitic slurs


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