What part of your personality gets on your nerves?

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What part of your personality gets on your nerves?

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I hate that I am so shy and lack self confidence. I could kick myself sometimes because of the missed opportunities I have had due to my shyness. :evil: :evil:

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I hate that I leave my Christmas shopping until 2 days before Christmas :lol:

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Bridget wrote:I hate that I leave my Christmas shopping until 2 days before Christmas :lol:


Lots of folks do that, I still have presents to buy now.
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I only started today, and when I say started it was more a case of wandering around the shops trying to remember what I had written down on my list, which was sitting on my coffee table at home (doh), getting a couple of things that are merely stocking fillers and getting pissed at the crowds of people (what do I expect 3 days before Christmas??).

I had an argument with a woman in a card shop about where we were standing - a very bizarre argument before heading for Starbucks then home :lol:

The afternoon was not fruitful!

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Bridget wrote:I only started today, and when I say started it was more a case of wandering around the shops trying to remember what I had written down on my list, which was sitting on my coffee table at home (doh), getting a couple of things that are merely stocking fillers and getting pissed at the crowds of people (what do I expect 3 days before Christmas??).

I had an argument with a woman in a card shop about where we were standing - a very bizarre argument before heading for Starbucks then home :lol:

The afternoon was not fruitful!


ooh dont drink in starbucks, they need to be boycotted, because they dont pay the right rate of pay or support it. Big demonstration last week in Glasgow.

Hope you got all you wanted to get,...what did you get your partner..(if you have one)
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I'll go to Costa next time :)

I got him software to install in his computer that will record his guitar sessions so he can then add different sounds to it to make it a 'proper' tune/song and I also got him a turntable that will allow him to convert all his vinyls to mp3 so he can burn it all to disc.

I've still to get him the little stuff like the pour homme...sweets....socks....cd's...DVD's...etc.

What did you get your partner, if you have one?

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I haven't even started yet, as I haven't had the money.
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erm I dont have a partner, but if I did, I have a fantastic picture to give him :biggrin:

guitars, he must be talented.
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I shall think of you tomorrow, Bedford :)

A picture? Why would you need to give him a picture? :confused:

Yes, he's a good player, I have no interest so I tend to zone out when he's in the other room playing :lol:

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Bridget wrote:I shall think of you tomorrow, Bedford :)

A picture? Why would you need to give him a picture? :confused:

Yes, he's a good player, I have no interest so I tend to zone out when he's in the other room playing :lol:


Its erm a tasteful pic LOL
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Re: What part of your personality gets on your nerves?

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haysi wrote:What part of your personality gets on your nerves?

uhm... basically everything...
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the part that pisses people off.
oh and the gullible part,when it comes to ladies that is :(
We know that I'm a drunk. I hope you understand that I am a person who is totally at ease with that. Which is not to say that I'm indifferent or I don't care, I do. It simply means that I trust and accept your judgment.

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angel wrote:
haysi wrote:What part of your personality gets on your nerves?

uhm... basically everything...


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I always politely refuse when I'm offered things. This is generally ok but there have been numerous occasions when I remember immediately after saying no that I am, in fact, particularly thirsty/hungry/etc.
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I hate the fact that it's kind of hard for me to hold my tounge whenever somebody is annoying me big time. I just snap at the person.
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cluing in an hour later.... like DO'H.
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pilvikki: :lmao2: that's hilarious...sorry.

sometimes i tend to get all loud when i don't mean to be so loud. usually that happens in public and with friends.
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The part of my personality that gets on my last nerve is my rare ability to remain silent. Just because I HAVE a thought does not mean I MUST express it. I suppose I need to change the filter between my brain having a thought and my mouth having a say.
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