‎”More and more it feels like I’m doing a really bad impersonation of myself.”

Nothing about me is premeditated. Nothing about me is set in stone. I’m probably the worst person to ask about myself, because I can never be sure of it either way. Ask me if I’m an outgoing person, and one day I’ll say yes, I love to talk to people and have them laugh at my horrible jokes. But on another day I might say I really have nothing in common with anyone and prefer to stay at home and read, or play video games. I am neither introverted nor extroverted. Ask me if I like school. One day I’ll say that I love learning and being with friends in an environment such as high school. The next day I’ll say school is a giant waste of my time and I don’t need to talk to anyone anyhow. It’s always either extreme, I can never settle in the middle and say, “School’s alright, I like seeing friends but it’s a bit boring.” I have to be either or. Love it or hate it. Ask me what I think about technology. One day you might hear from me that I think technology is fantastic and it’s really amazing what we can do nowadays and we should never take it for granted. Catch me another day and I’ll be groaning about how technology is turning humans into lazy, antisocial beings who, in the future, will never leave their own homes because they won’t need to, or won’t want to, because we’ll have fucked everything up anyway. I have a hard time deciding my opinions on things, but they sure are strong opinions. Day to day it switches from extremes, to intensely hating whatever the subject may be, or seeing the value and genuinely appreciating it for what it is.

Now, just for kicks, ask me if I like myself.

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One Response to ‎”More and more it feels like I’m doing a really bad impersonation of myself.”

  1. dkalbaugh says:

    Do you like yourself? Tehe, I LIKE YOU JANIS

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