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Do you have any personality/character traits etc that you conisder to be flaws?

 

I tend to put barriers up far too easily and not let people in.

If anyone ever lies to me, they are never forgiven. I'd love to change this.

I tend to throw myself into tasks and neglect everything else in my life whilst working on the current task.

Some could say supporting Newcastle is a flaw. I just say they haven't seen the light!! :lol:

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I have major strops when things don't work right first time, although I'm getting better with age.

 

The amount of times things got thrown across the other side of the room out of sheer frustration were too many to count. And my 4 year old does just the same! :lol:

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My shyness amongst strangers comes across as aloofness.  Which I don't like.

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That happens to mrs Hips. The fact is that when people actually get to know her, they soon find out that she is one of the nicest, most compassionate, people on the planet.

 

As for my flaws.......Lord, where do I start???????

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My shyness amongst strangers comes across as aloofness.  Which I don't like.

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Actually, that describe me pretty much as well. One reason why I haven't been to a piss up yet - when I do I hope people don't think I'm aloof - I'm just shy!

 

Of course, none of this applies to the internet.

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My shyness amongst strangers comes across as aloofness.  Which I don't like.

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Actually, that describe me pretty much as well. One reason why I haven't been to a piss up yet - when I do I hope people don't think I'm aloof - I'm just shy!

 

Of course, none of this applies to the internet.

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Me too tbh, although I'm not as bad as I used to be.

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Of course you can bypass shyness by getting pissed, but then you run the real risk of coming across as an arse.

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All about getting the balance right :lol:

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I'm stubborn as hell, even when I know fine well that I'm in the wrong. A perfect character trait for an Internet forum, but less practical in real life. :lol:

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Im very stubborn, even beyond common sense.

 

I tend to raise my fists a lot ,i swear like a trooper

 

i get paranoid.

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Stubborn, impatient and what Happy Face, Alex and Renton said... other than that I'm poyfect! :lol:

Edited by MrBass

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Stubborn, impatient and what Alex and Renton said... other than that I'm poyfect!  :lol:

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My biggest flaw seems to be my invisibilty.

 

:blink:

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I can never be bothered to socialise. Small talk pisses me off, so i don`t talk much which makes people think i`m grumpy. I usually only join in a coversation if i have something to gain from it. If i do feel ill and chat to anyone its usually sarcastic.

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Stubborn, impatient and what Happy Face, Alex and Renton said... other than that I'm poyfect!  :lol:

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My biggest flaw seems to be my invisibilty.

 

:blink:

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:lol: Original post edited.

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Before uni I was quite shy around strangers..

 

Now I've been told I come across as confident (arrogant) :lol: But other than that.. I am TERRIBLE at showing my feelings generally around people I like of the opposite sex.. Im pretty reserved which comes across as me not caring apparantly

Edited by Southern Geordie

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I too am an emotional retard thanks to a typical English upbringing. I can't talk about feelings to anyone. Also, I can't have physical contact with people apart from those I am really close too - I couldn't hug a bloke for instance. I've got to say I hate this but I'm fairly resigned I'll never change now.

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I too am an emotional retard thanks to a typical English upbringing. I can't talk about feelings to anyone. Also, I can't have physical contact with people apart from those I am really close too - I couldn't hug a bloke for instance. I've got to say I hate this but I'm fairly resigned I'll never change now.

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Give us a big cuddle man you softie....

 

:lol:

 

Do you hug blokes at the match?

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I too am an emotional retard thanks to a typical English upbringing. I can't talk about feelings to anyone. Also, I can't have physical contact with people apart from those I am really close too - I couldn't hug a bloke for instance. I've got to say I hate this but I'm fairly resigned I'll never change now.

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Yeah, like my grandfather and my father, who have both had this "typical English upbringing" it seems weird to be able to talk to people about my feelings. I know people (especially girls) who could talk to their parents about anything.. I however couldn't.. could be a guy thing, who knows.

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I too am an emotional retard thanks to a typical English upbringing. I can't talk about feelings to anyone. Also, I can't have physical contact with people apart from those I am really close too - I couldn't hug a bloke for instance. I've got to say I hate this but I'm fairly resigned I'll never change now.

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Give us a big cuddle man you softie....

 

:lol:

 

Do you hug blokes at the match?

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Rarely, but I have done I suppose. I remember once we beat Barnsley in the cup and for some reason I was next to the away fans with no segregation. After the match this obese bloke in a Brazil shirt came over and said "Reet, eeh bah gum, gis a hug" and proceeded to embrace me, squeezing the air out my lungs (think of the scene in Fight club). I was mortified.

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I too am an emotional retard thanks to a typical English upbringing. I can't talk about feelings to anyone. Also, I can't have physical contact with people apart from those I am really close too - I couldn't hug a bloke for instance. I've got to say I hate this but I'm fairly resigned I'll never change now.

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Give us a big cuddle man you softie....

 

:blink:

 

Do you hug blokes at the match?

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Rarely, but I have done I suppose. I remember once we beat Barnsley in the cup and for some reason I was next to the away fans with no segregation. After the match this obese bloke in a Brazil shirt came over and said "Reet, eeh bah gum, gis a hug" and proceeded to embrace me, squeezing the air out my lungs (think of the scene in Fight club). I was mortified.

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Rain Man tbh.

 

gnaaaaa gnaaaaaa :lol:

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