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Perhaps a typo... 18.2 ? :D (I know: my own rating of you is B/S as well ;) )
Tell us! You’re already anonymous.
Touché. Its 166. But being intelligent is only great when you're figuring something out. In social situations, it's torture.
I don't identify well with people. In social situations, there's a certain level of dishonesty that's not only acceptable, it's expected and embraced. I don't have that, but I've learned to fake it. I'm well-studied on body language, facial expressions, and statement analysis as means to not only ferret out the truth, but I also use them as a kind of social skillset. Most of the time I'm just faking the whole interaction, which makes me feel like I'm doing something wrong; I often feel like a well-meaning psychopath. Its just a mask I wear. I can't really form a deep connection with anybody, but not because of a lack of emotion. I just feel out of place, as if I'm not a real person. I know secrets about people that they've never told me, and don't even know that I know because I just read it from between the lines. Makes conversation uncomfortable
Well yeah, most social interactions are fake-y. I noticed that as early as kindergarten.
The crazy thing is that everybody is subtly telling the truth all the time. But the people they're talking to are willingly oblivious to everything but the words on the surface
No, but when did we ask