Things I probably shouldn't admit about myself.

April 29, 2008

  • I have a paperdoll collection. I've had it since I was in Elementary School, but I still think it is pretty cool.
  • The other day while everyone was napping, I played The Farming Game by myself. (And I won! Wee Hee!)
  • One of our Family Rules is "No Natural Man at the Dinner Table". This means no burping, farting, or uncontrolled displays of emotion. This is actually our only stated house rule. It was very necessary to make.
  • Even though I cook dinner almost every evening, I am still absurdly pleased with myself every time I do it.
  • I talk to myself. Or at least, I talk out loud sometimes when no one else is around. But technically I am not talking to ME. I am usually having practice conversations. I imagine scenarios, and play out the conversations in my head, and then I say the words out loud. For instance, I imagine myself running into an old friend, Flicka. She says 'Hi, how are you?' so I say (out loud) "I'm fine. You look great! How is the clone business treating you?" blah blah blah, you get the idea. I'm not the only one who does this, right? Maybe this is what everyone who is talking to themselves is doing?
I'm sure there are more things I could add to this list. But, of course, the things that I REALLY shouldn't admit about myself I am not going to admit, because I am smart enough to know that that would be really dumb.

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4 comments

  1. I do it in my head, not out loud. Well, maybe a little whispering or mouthing of words, but that is all.

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  2. I talk to "myself" all the time, but really, it is inanimate objects I am talking to, and do they ever need a good talking to. I thought it was a family trait.....??

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  3. Ah well normally I'm not talking to my friend Flicka. Normally I'm practicing that really awesome retort to some remark someone made a year ago and I just thought of the coolest response yesterday.

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  4. It's OK to admit stuff on the Internet, because it's totally anonymous and nobody knows it's you.

    I sometimes have pretend conversations in my head, but I don't say any of it out loud. Sometimes this causes problems, though, when I can't remember if I actually told someone something, or if I only thought about it. So it's a good thing I am very truthful, so I don't get caught in my web of lies.

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