"I challenge you, mylotians! Go pikadetectivators!"

United States
March 12, 2007 5:19am CST
Sorry..I have a weird sense of humor this morning, I'll explain why I did that title in a moment. Do you ever think of everything you ever say? On mylot I mean. I know we don't share our entire lives on here but we do put good chunks of information about ourselves on here. Granted, some people lie.. So here's my challenge for you guys, stop a moment. Think back to all your posts, about everything about your life that you've talked about. Now, if some random stranger were to go through all the trouble to track down all your posts and read them, having that small fragment of the story which is your life..what would the first logical thought in his head be about you? It doesn't really matter, it's just intresting. For me most people'd probably think I'm prety screwed up. A poor damaged little kitten. Other folks would think the complete opposite, that depsite everything I turned out okay..that despite everything that as a person I'm well-rounded. Anyway, no right or wrong answers folks. Just opinions. Sorry for the bad Pokemon pun..lol.
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@Willowlady (10666)
• United States
12 Mar 07
hahaha You got this one from me. Since I had said that by doing my friends discussions I was learning about them. This can be likened to dating, the longer you see someone the more you get to see the real them, you just can't keep up the phony stuff consistently for very long. Sure will be interesting to see what others have to say about this.
• United States
13 Mar 07
Heh, I know..my friend Jess would probably have a blast. Setting up her fake personality on here and then completely changing it to confuse people. It'd be her kind of thing methinks ^_^ But that's doubly true for people who don't mind telling a part of their life and not the whole of their life..they can keep alot of things unknown which might be a major factor for how they are.
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@bicklelady (1411)
• United States
17 Mar 07
Well I have discussed depression, being over weight and working with kids. So if someone read all my discussion they would probably think that I was a really depressed fat lady that loves kids. LOL
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• United States
17 Mar 07
Haha, well that's not as bad as some things people could think I guess ^_^ Thanks for responding.
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• United States
17 Mar 07
I have seen where you have responding to alot of my discussions. I always try to respond to the people that take the time to comment on my discussions.
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@sensesfail (2251)
• India
13 Mar 07
LOL.If people look back at all my posts they'd be clueless as to what I'm and whats up my mind.lol. Even if they get to meet me in person they'd still be clueless.They'd prolly be thinking that i'm a psycho and a tech savvy person who's also got a good sense of humor. Weird combination huh? lol.
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• United States
14 Mar 07
Lol not too weird.
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@ironstruck (2299)
• Canada
17 Mar 07
I think I would be much like you. People would say. Poor guy, he must have had a really crappy childhood. But still, he turned out all right despite everything that happened over those early years. Good topic and interesting when I think back...
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• United States
17 Mar 07
This is a really interesting subject. I'm actually going to do this. But not just on here on all the forums I go on. It will be interesting to see myself from a new perspective this way.
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@arcadian (931)
• United States
17 Mar 07
I think it was Mark Twain who said its a lot of work to be a liar because you have to remember all the lies you told so you can keep them straight. so to speak. anyway, its just like any area where you are dealing with co workers, neighbors and clients. You're going to reveal a little of yourself in fragments, no one wants a lot of detail anyway; but if you always stick with who you really are, you are at least consistent. The thing that amazes me is that people don't really listen, and what's more are in denial about that. So from time to time, something comes back to me that someone claims I said or did that is so completely impossible to me, but believable to them- that I realize that I know myself, and I don't lie at all- people I've "known" well, don't know me at all. It is so easy being invisible. Sigh.
• United States
17 Mar 07
Invisible is often good though, invisible people oten escape the notice of people who'd otherwise cause them trouble or pain. Though on the flipside I suppose being invisible'd make one wishthey weren't so people could actually see them. I've always wanted to be invisible, secretly I suppose. The reason why people don't opay attention I guess, is because they don't care. Can't see beyond their own nose. And besides people who literally have no ability to see things, this to me is the worst kind of blindness..since it stems at the kind of person they are, not a physical disability. I don't lie much either..but I do when I feel the moment's neessary for it, to save myself problems. Though I somewhat agree with Mark Twain..this is somewhat true, the more you lie the more you need to be consistant. But I've never had trouble being constistant..*shrugs*
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@arcadian (931)
• United States
17 Mar 07
Is it possible that THIS is where ghosts originate???? Invisibility? ah ha ha- its said that the three great drives are territory, s*x and recognition.Ghosts sure as hell can't have the first two- and most people in one way or another do- but that last- well that's the kicker. From a post about people chasing down the threads of cheaters, scammers and the like- its alot of work. But its evidently puts together a profile of sorts. so it can be done. And voila revelation and recognition. Okay then.