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Post  Kombustion on 2/10/2010, 23:23

Yes.. I have a few people who are in the same type of trust-friend-relationship thing..
I'm one of those kind of people where if I dont write down, talk, or just plain out act out what I'm feeling I.. Basically become incapable of doing anything.
I cant just keep my feelings packed in.. It doesnt work.
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Post  0010 on 2/10/2010, 23:26

me too.... I kinda hate it though cuz it's hard to not get mad when something goes wrong and that's something I struggle with alot....
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Post  Kombustion on 2/10/2010, 23:29

Hmm.. I cant really say I get what you're coming from..
Because I really dont get mad.. I think at times I'm too understanding & forgiving of people.. Or maybe thats a good thing.. Hmm.. I dunno.
I understand it must be hard to not get mad when something goes wrong. It takes time to be able to take things.. In a rational, healthy way.
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Post  0001 on 2/10/2010, 23:36

We are almost on the verge of needing an entirely new thread here for emotion... Laughing I am by nature, fairly un-emotional. I keep what feeling I have pretty much locked away. Occasionally I will share my inner most thoughts with my closest vod, but other then that, I preffer to be as unemotional as possible. I find that emotion clogs my judgment, and retards my function.

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Post  Kombustion on 2/10/2010, 23:40

Un-emotional? How on earth is that even possible...?
You always have to feel something.. Even feeling nothing is a feeling..
Judgement.. Hmm... I dont know.. & Function.. It can at times do that.. But it only really depends on the feeling itself & whats causing it & how strong it is & how emotionally strong you are.
Like me.. I'm really in tuned to what I feel. Like almost too much. Thus is why I get certain songs stuck in my head at certain times because thats usually what I'm feeling...
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Post  0010 on 2/10/2010, 23:42

Like with emotions I can get really emotional and can get mad... which is wrong and it has a bad affect on the others.. I'm not emotional in the sense of some one who was hurt and some peolpe say i have black blood.... but i can get emotional alot...


Ben you start it... I'll hop on
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Post  Kombustion on 2/10/2010, 23:44

Black blood.... What do you mean?
& being emotional a lot.. I'm with ya there man.
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Post  0010 on 2/10/2010, 23:49

black blood... like cold not feeling?

Yea but... I'm a guy
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Post  0001 on 2/10/2010, 23:50

Choppedliver wrote:
Ben you start it... I'll hop on

Lolwut?
I didn't say I didn't feel, that's impossible. I'm just fairly introverted, meaning I turn it all inwards. That's just how I am.

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Post  Kombustion on 2/10/2010, 23:55

Choppedliver wrote:black blood... like cold not feeling?

Yea but... I'm a guy

Oh.. I see.. Yeah.. I dont remember a time I've ever felt like that actually. "/
& What does that even matter? "I'm a guy" Guys are just as emotional as girls, if not more so.. I dont see why guys always think they have to be big tough men with no feelings.

I know ya'll guys think, Emotional = Chicks, right?
No. No no no... Thats one stereotype I really dislike.. "/

Seriously, you can be emotional a lot & still be a DUDE.
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Post  0001 on 2/10/2010, 23:59

IDK if I've ever seen an overly emotional guy, they all are pretty much "whatever" to stuff, me included. Laughing

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Post  0010 on 2/11/2010, 00:01

I'm not say that it's bad for guys to have emotions..... I just don't like not having control sometimes


And as for me being "heartless" I just laugh at thing that are.... nasty... like that joker in the Dark Knight or at a small rodent being shot cheers
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Post  Kombustion on 2/11/2010, 00:01

You guys may think, you arent emotional, you guys just arent verbal with it.
Its all in body language & how they present themselves.
Honestly, I can tell a guy's emotion, just by his face.
Let me tell ya.. They can change with a snap of a finger.
& I dont mean, like facial expressions, but I mean the overall tone of their face & body language.
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Post  0001 on 2/11/2010, 00:02

Exactly, emotions are great, as long as they are under tight control. Wink

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Post  Kombustion on 2/11/2010, 00:03

Well.. Yeah.. Losing control is quite frightening.. "/

& hey, Joker in that movie was pretty funny. Smile
Cant believe Heath Ledger died though.. Sad
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Post  0001 on 2/11/2010, 00:03

Yeah that was a bummer, did they ever figure out the cause? (Off Topic)

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Post  Kombustion on 2/11/2010, 00:07

He couldnt sleep cause his character was taking him over so much that it was keeping him awake.. Sleep medication went wrong.. &.. He died... Sad
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Post  Sgt Angry Egg on 2/11/2010, 00:08

I only heard he accidentally overdosed on a prescription drug.

Also, I don't think guys think they don't have emotions. We just don't see the point in talking about them. Is that so wrong?
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Post  0001 on 2/11/2010, 00:08

Yeoza, what a way to go.... Shocked

AMEN EGGY! cheers

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Post  Kombustion on 2/11/2010, 00:11

No, thats not wrong.. But.. Not gonna lie, I know a lot of girls, who actually like a guy to talk about their feelings.. Cause honestly, thats one thing they can connect with them on.

Girls just do.. I dont know why.. But we just are more prone to just tell you how we feel at the moment. Cause if we dont, well.. Then you would never have a warning.. Haha. Razz
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Post  Sgt Angry Egg on 2/11/2010, 00:14

And I'm glad for the built-in warning signals in girls, but egad it gets annoying sometimes. Kombustion, promise me you'll never ask a guy "What are you thinking about?"
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Post  0001 on 2/11/2010, 00:16

About the warning bit, I guess I agree... lol

Eh, Egg and I already know our futures include a cold basement somewhere, totally and utturly alone except for the other pathetic creatures we have taken in to give our lives some meaning. Right Egg? Razz

@Egg: Yes, NEVER.

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Post  Kombustion on 2/11/2010, 00:17

Annoying..? Do explain.. This information is more than a little bit helpful.. Haha.
& Haha.. Why cant I ask that? People ask me that all the time... "/
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Post  0001 on 2/11/2010, 00:19

For girls it's okay. For guys our minds are our only sactuary, a place to escape to from the real world. It's private, between us, and occasionally a close brother or two. Wink

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Post  Kombustion on 2/11/2010, 00:21

My mind is a little less than a sanctuary.. I have WAY too many thoughts up there to even consider it that.... So I guess you're kind of right.. At the same time.. Its a fair question.. I mean that'd be like, "Hey, where'd you get your shoes?" me answering & then asking you the same question & then you getting mad for asking.
Its a little weird..
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