Not so. I hate social situations unless they are on a one to one basis. Almost all group social situations (more than three people) give me panic attacks, and have done since the age of 13. I am good at intellectual wankery, just take a look at this blog if you need further proof. However, I am terrible at actually being vulnerable, lest I get hurt. If you are looking for any profound insight that does not come from my overgrown cognitive sphere I think you would be hard pressed to find it.
Why can’t there be an eHarmony type website just for friendship, rather than a fertile ground for sex preditors? I could fill out the test already. You must have at least two of these qualities:
- You must be able to answer all of the questions asked in the previous post
- You must be an open minded audiophile,
- You must know enough information to make an informed decision when voting,
- You must understand and accept my crippled limitations (Physical and emotional).
If only it were that simple.
I can recite Australian Prime Ministers in ascending chronological order, I can discuss basically any philosophical theory put to me, I can critically analyse any film, TV show, album, or sporting event in several thousands of words, and I am most often too smart for my own good. Yet it is a sociological imposition to step out of my agoraphobic bounds and make new friends.
I hate life sometimes.