Posted Oct 16, 2012 by anonymous | 889 views | 2 comments
There are many peculiar confessions that I would like to make. First of all, I care more about supervillains than about arithmetic. (I feel that being a good supervillain and coming up with good schemes is better than being a good student. Secondly, I do NOT like to read my own writing, especially if I just read something in a book. (I created a neurological theory called the Avivian Theory (ATo), after the inventor on this show "WildKratts". The Avivian Theory states that, if you read something, and then read a narrative that you wrote the day before, the next day, you will write (and communicate) like the day before that.(The writing and speaking centers in the brain are the sections of the brain involved in this theory. (I hope to win the Nobel Prize in Medicine for this theory.) Third of all, I was not always in regular education. (In first grade, I was actually in SPECIAL education!) Last but not least, I am not an emotional person. Whenever someone gets hurt or injured, I just ignore them. (I do ask if they are OK - sometimes), I am very strict about some things, like putting my hair up, I dislike PE Class very much (because, once again, I care more about supervillains and history, science, and English, than about doing well in PE Class.
I don't think there is anything wrong with me, just because I think a little differently than most people. (My mother, however, thinks that there is a problem with my mental health, and she doesn't know ANY of this! Therefore, she has not much proof of what I'm really like - A WONDERFUL AND INTELLIGENT INDIVIDUAL, mostly.
Commented Oct 17, 2012 by anonymous
Nice confession dear. May God help you.
Commented Jun 5, 2013 by anonymous
speak english mother fucker.
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