normallity

November 9, 2007 9:08am CST
i want peoples view on this can anybody be normal.
1 response
@Ciniful (1589)
• Canada
9 Nov 07
Ah, I love this train of thought. The answer is yes. And no. :) The concept of 'normal' doesn't exist. It's a subjective term used to describe a basis for behavior that an individual see's as acceptable. So while jumping on the bed at 3 in the morning and singing ridiculous songs to annoy my husband might be normal behavior TO ME, to someone else, that's the furthest thing from normal. Any term that is used subjectively is just a word with no predefined definition. It exists solely in the mind of the person using it at the time, and not beyond that persons individual moral construct.
9 Nov 07
have you done anything that crazy before then
@Ciniful (1589)
• Canada
9 Nov 07
I've done lots of things you might define as crazy. *shrug* It's all in the persons own individual definition. To me, my stunts and activities were perfectly normal. To someone else, they might be considered nuts. It's subjective. By the way, the jumping on the bed at 3 am and singing annoying kid songs is something I do often. :P I hate it when my husband falls asleep before me, so it's my cute, annoying and bratty way of waking him back up, lol.