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Some people may think I'm conceited.... Answered

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....Oh well. You can't please everyone, and I sure won't try.

Edit: for those who don't know, this topic was created as a joke.

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DrWeird117 (author)2009-10-17

You know who's conceited? Adam West.

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Kiteman (author)DrWeird1172011-11-27

I met him once - you're right.

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DrWeird117 (author)Kiteman2011-11-27

Very holier-than-thou, right? I don't care for him.

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SRitchieable (author)2011-11-26

I am VERY GLAD you are not conceited.

I had an online friend who was SO conceited that he simply assumed that the whole universe consisted of himself (with everything else sort of devolving into him as though it were a cloud of 'stuff' orbiting around him).

That assumption went so deep it really was his philosophy/lifevalue/religion.

I had no idea at first; I thought he was a normal human being who ran a blog featuring vintage furniture, old photographs and (of course) himself. But it soon became obvious that his real interest was simply HIMSELF and everything else was seen (above) the particles-circling-the-centre-of-the-universe-which-he-was-sure-was-himself.

He started to become 'standoffish' without any explanation - he thought it would make me 'come and orbit around him like he thought everything else in the universe already did'.

Then it turned out that the antique furniture and old photograph posts were SOMEONE ELSE'S IDEA - not his at all. The associate who encouraged him to make those posts said (roughly) "You have to offer people SOMETHING when they come to your blog." The associate ought to have run their own blog, rather than wasting their time trying to help Mr-I'M-the-centre-of-the-universe-which-goes-without-saying. He wasn't help-able. What was this 'offer people something' business? Everyone revolved around him, if he did say so himself!

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Keith-Kid (author)2009-10-17

If I knew what conceited  means, this comment would probably say something else.

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Keith-Kid (author)DJ Radio2009-10-17

No, it wouldn't say Google.....

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DJ Radio (author)Keith-Kid2009-10-17

I meant look it up on google.

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Keith-Kid (author)DJ Radio2009-10-17

I knew what you meant......    /:(

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Keith-Kid (author)DJ Radio2009-10-18
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Camisado (author)2009-10-02

Well, you're not that conceited, but you can be at times. I don't really see how that makes you annoying though.

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DJ Radio (author)Camisado2009-10-02

This topic was made as a joke.

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skunkbait (author)2009-10-02

Ignoramus? I like "Idioticus Majoris", "Nolo Cranius", or "Dorkas Malorcas". Oh the joys of faux-Latin!!!

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caitlinsdad (author)skunkbait2009-10-02

IllySay abbitRay, igPay atinLay sIay orFay idsKay...

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Lithium Rain (author)2009-10-01

Illigetiumus (sp?) Nil Carborundum.

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CameronSS (author)Lithium Rain2009-10-01

"illegitimis" or illegitimus"...the actual wording can change. I like Illegitimi non carborundum.

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Lithium Rain (author)CameronSS2009-10-01

>_< And I didn't even mean to have that U after illigeti...thanks :D

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Tool Using Animal (author)2009-09-30

i before e, except after c.

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Or when sounding like A, as in neighbor and weigh.

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Thanks. The spellchecker didn't catch that.

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Kiteman (author)DJ Radio2009-10-01

For some reason, spell-checkers don't check the spaces reserved for titles.

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DJ Radio (author)Kiteman2009-10-01

And considering how fast I type....

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Fred the Penguin (author)2009-10-01

If you want people to like you, you must work constantly, Life is much easier when you don't give a damn Im a bit like that, I am what I am, If you don't like it then take a long walk of a short pier.

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If you don't like it then take a long walk of a short pier.
Lol. I'll have to remember that one.

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lemonie (author)Rock Soldier2009-10-01

Have you ever seen The Manchurian Canditate (original)? L

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Rock Soldier (author)lemonie2009-10-01
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Usually when I use that one at school, People say: whats a pier?

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lol. Speaking of...
"Hey what's the date today?"
"Um, I think it's the 29th."
"What?"
"No wait, I think it's the 30th."
"It's the 30?"
I I wasn't in this conversation, and she really did say, "it's the 30?"

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