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Francis

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Wow, this all seems to have escalated. Lot's of big fancy words being used, most of which floats way over the top of my head, but thanks Francis for introducing me to the MBTI scale, I shall look it up and see just what it makes of me.

At last I found an Angel! Good!

A000 information and creativity,

A001 feedback, curiosity, and hypotheticals.

Stay clear of the MBTI, its not for Angels and angels know it intuitively (4 letters for defining personality? how pathetic and simplistic.) since it doesnt preserve values and just tries to normalize everyone like ******* psychologists' trying to beat normality into people its rendered useless for judging people's personalties and life courses.

angels have the problem of celibacy for reasons that should be obvious to you, but it may be resolved with A100 faith and acuracy, though there are more important things in life than relationships as you well know. being an angel means the cards are stacked against you. it means you have to become very knowledgable and STRONG in order to survive in this world which is hell. it means you have to develop your personality further, and strive for the much needed miracle to happen (bettering your life and mind at the very least, the world and future at best)

pay attention to the lyrcs of this A100 song. it might be what you need.
 

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Looool this is the first time I wished I was a man... I really need to sleep with his wife asap, it's only fair 😅
You don't have to be a man to do that.

But seriously, my guess is the guy envied you, hence his remark. Remember "envy is the sincerest form of flattery." Thanks!!
 

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Maybe you just look the type. People tend to be very judgmental. Add to that not very perceptive and egotistically sure of their opinions, then you get poppycock.

Then again, you shouldn't let the first chav's opinion get to you. 😜
 

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You don't have to be a man to do that.

But seriously, my guess is the guy envied you, hence his remark. Remember "envy is the sincerest form of flattery." Thanks!!
Lool 😂 and well … maybeee my mum said it might just be a joke that went wrong, maybe because he is so serious his joke fell flat.

Maybe you just look the type. People tend to be very judgmental. Add to that not very perceptive and egotistically sure of their opinions, then you get poppycock.

Then again, you shouldn't let the first chav's opinion get to you. 😜
Maybe I look stupid? 😅 Thats funny, I hope I do actually… keep them guessing.
 

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Yes. It was the craziest thing. I didn't think much about it at first. I thought they were just being friendly because I was pregnant. My son's dad was the one to notice first. I thought he was being jealous even though neither of us were the jealous type. I finally stopped going to listen to him play because of it. He was so crass, he said it was because I was a sure thing, being pregnant and not married and all. He was just angry because I wouldn't marry him. Whatever the reason, I was approached and asked out a good bit while I was pregnant. I mean it helped that I was 25, really fit physically, and my hair has always been an attention getter. Or maybe... I just live around a bunch of freaks.
 

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Yes. It was the craziest thing. I didn't think much about it at first. I thought they were just being friendly because I was pregnant. My son's dad was the one to notice first. I thought he was being jealous even though neither of us were the jealous type. I finally stopped going to listen to him play because of it. He was so crass, he said it was because I was a sure thing, being pregnant and not married and all. He was just angry because I wouldn't marry him. Whatever the reason, I was approached and asked out a good bit while I was pregnant. I mean it helped that I was 25, really fit physically, and my hair has always been an attention getter. Or maybe... I just live around a bunch of freaks.
I saw a video of a girl looking sexy and hiding her bump, then revealing it... and the men in the comment section were like... "is that supposed to put me off" 🤣
 

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Okay so bare with me on this story...

There I was, surrounded by my class mates in the counselling course thingy I am doing...
It was a great day, we all learnt so much so we went to a cheeky lunch at one of my fave restaurants.
We decided to play a game of first impressions, and everyone was doing really friendly ones...
Then it got to me... yeps... of course the script must flip when it comes to me...
The guy... some African man... said his first impression of me was that I am stupid...
I was really hurt by that comment, loads of people rushed to my defence but this... this is always the way.
I am always the girl everyone loves to pick on... I didn't say anything horrible back, I never do.
I actually get full marks on the tests, higher than him every time so funny who the actual idiot is...
He started to back track since the whole table sort of rushed to my defence, and as nice as it was to have support...
I hate feeling like a victim...
Wasn't true. You knew it. So why let yourself feel like a victim?

There is no logic in what others think of us. They could have some rejection or trauma in relation to what they think. They cannot make judgment without some prior experience to lead them. It might be that you reminded him of someone he had issues with. He wouldn't necessarily remember her. But the issues are still invested in his character.

Know yourself. When they are wrong, let them know... er, nicely. E.G. "Well, that's an odd presumption. I'm nothing like that." You will win by keeping your cool and exposing their assumption.
 

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Yes. It was the craziest thing. I didn't think much about it at first. I thought they were just being friendly because I was pregnant. My son's dad was the one to notice first. I thought he was being jealous even though neither of us were the jealous type. I finally stopped going to listen to him play because of it. He was so crass, he said it was because I was a sure thing, being pregnant and not married and all. He was just angry because I wouldn't marry him. Whatever the reason, I was approached and asked out a good bit while I was pregnant. I mean it helped that I was 25, really fit physically, and my hair has always been an attention getter. Or maybe... I just live around a bunch of freaks.
Gingers are the best, that's why. If I was a guy, I'd hit on the gingers all.day.long. (y)
 

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Okay so bare with me on this story...

There I was, surrounded by my class mates in the counselling course thingy I am doing...
It was a great day, we all learnt so much so we went to a cheeky lunch at one of my fave restaurants.
We decided to play a game of first impressions, and everyone was doing really friendly ones...
Then it got to me... yeps... of course the script must flip when it comes to me...
The guy... some African man... said his first impression of me was that I am stupid...
I was really hurt by that comment, loads of people rushed to my defence but this... this is always the way.
I am always the girl everyone loves to pick on... I didn't say anything horrible back, I never do.
I actually get full marks on the tests, higher than him every time so funny who the actual idiot is...
He started to back track since the whole table sort of rushed to my defence, and as nice as it was to have support...
I hate feeling like a victim...

I've had a hobby of collecting board games, and my mother, a keen shopper of yard sales, occasionally picked up some for me.

While considering one, the woman running the sale walked up to my Mom and quietly, said, "If you're interested, you can have that game for free. I have to warn you, it causes fights"

The game is named Scruples. A card is drawn describing a scenario. A person in the group reads it, and selcts someone to answer the dilemma posed. "You find a wallet full of money with an ID. Do you keep the money or return it?" The person has to give a convincing argument why they would choose whatever option, keep or return. The person posing the question has to argue. " I know Sally would keep the money, because one time this happened....etc" The audience then votes, and the better argument scores a point. It most definately does cause fights.
 

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