Friday, September 17, 2010


My favorite past time is analyzing people and their mannerisms. Simply by observing a person in a social setting for 2 minutes you can discover what kind of character they have and with practice is can be second nature to figure people out. For instance, I accompanied my sister in law to a wive/children outing with her friend and she told me there would be free food so I thought, why the heck not. While I was there, a woman started complaining to another woman about her wrist hurting and that her other hand had surgery recently so she's unable to do a lot of things. Then she went on to tell another woman and this went on for a while until everyone basically knew. And the whole day she would make moans about it in a way that someone would hear her and pity her.Through this, I figured out she was an attention whore and one can go as far to say that she is this way as a grown woman because she lacked attention in her childhood.

17 comments:

  1. that is so true :) i do this every time when i meet someone

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  3. This is true, fun to watch people :-) Have a nice day, supporting!

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  4. She might have done some crack too xD

    I don't think this would work very well on me, I've often been told I'm incredibly hard to figure out hard even with my child-like personnality ^^

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  5. lol, a bit of psychoanalysis going on, eh? Well it's a good education guess and I'd be a fool to refute it, so whatever.

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  6. most women are attention whores :/

    How you like the free food XD

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  7. analyzing people is so much fun :D

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  10. It's fun to analyze people indeed. But it can quickly change into just judging them.

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