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I’m 21 and trying to overcompensate for being average. Often, I’m half-asleep and writing about made-up feelings.

My goal, really, is to be less of an idiot.


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82 thoughts on “Icebreaker

  1. Only those who have not discovered the full potential of themselves are considered average. Each and every one of us is unique in our own way and the most difficult part is discovering our uniqueness. By the way, thank you so much for stopping by and liking my post.

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  2. Love reading your posts! You’ve got a great sense of humour and you really transport the reader into different worlds in each piece. That’s a rare talent & you’re brilliant at it. Keep it up! Hugs from Devon πŸ˜€

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  3. You’re ridiculously talented and your writing really digs into me. Thank you for sharing this blog and I’m happy to have discovered it.

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  4. It’s easy to be an idiot when you’re half-asleep. It’s also easier to let things slide (off your back) when you’re that tired, too, provided you don’t become irked like a hibernating bear. I can be quite silly and less nervous/self-conscious when I am tired. But, if someone makes loud noises or pushes me to work late into the night, I feel filthy and become quite irritable.

    Made-up feelings?

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  5. Yet, it’s as easy to do something really foolish with consequences that linger, too, when you are in that state of mind. It’s not so funny the next morning. And, I may not often be one of “those people” who hurt themselves, but I don’t think it’s smart to chance it, ever. So, count yourself lucky if you can be silly while sleepy and do no greater harm.


  6. Funny is in the ear/eye of the beholder. Jokes are more dangerous than they are likely to get the desired laugh. And, laughter, like the spotlight bug, is a futile path to chase. People who say they want to be with a funny person might be short-sighted, if they don’t find other elements to “round” that person.

    I like being funny. But, I won’t likely be a stand-up comic as a career choice. I’ll take and give my laughs where I can. I won’t rely upon being a clown to consider myself “alive.”

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  7. You’re beautiful! So nice to meet you and I’m glad you stopped by my blog so that I could find yours! πŸ™‚ Don’t say you’re an idiot because that’s not true! You’re amazing! Own it! xo


  8. I can relate to that, and I’m quite on the far side of 21. Now, should one be depressed or heartened by that… in the end, being “special” is overrated and anyway, doesn’t that quality lie in the eye of the beholder? I love the way you write, no matter how special or not you feel that day. Whoever likened your posts to prose poetry is on the nose.

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  9. dear Alyazya, thank you for discovering my blog πŸ™‚ just like you, I love to read and write, so I was really happy to read some of your posts and imagine your enthusiasm in writing, thatΒ΄s so positive πŸ™‚ greetings from sunny Lisbon, PedroL

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