Sun 23 Mar, 2014 10:31 am
While reading through a few of the threads I noticed that some of the people with what can only be regarded as mincemeat-styled brain function, are in the habit of yammering on about how they are a genius for the most f'ing every day activities.
I began to feel ill and pondered regurgitating; yet, common sense told me that soiling the keyboard and computer screen would be irritating.
Oooh I am so f'ing impressed that Member X has learned how to shut off their tap water completely or that Member ZQU3 now can boast of knowing how a frigging circuit breaker can be switched on and off. (please note, the activities I listed are not taken from actual posts; they merely are similar to the ones which irk)
No, I am not impressed, nor am I impressed by the nimrods who then proceed to give these ninnies praise.
In my life, my moment of genius was the day I figured out once again, a way to differentiate between 'right' and 'left' when my fried brain had short circuited direction out of its rightful spot. (still haven't become certifiable genius because I have yet to figure out what time is) Admittedly it might not seem much; however, I at least had to work towards it.
So, that strange starter rant aside, what constitutes your moment of self proclaimed genius? Or are you just all around beyond genius?
I'd suggest less caffeine and more sunlight. Start your garden yet?
If it's the truth, then it's not bragging.
Yes it is, and if you can't make it interesting, please keep it to yourself.
I learned how to tie my shoes on the same day I learned how to write my name. Talk about multi-talented.
Simultaneously? That's really talented.
platitudes are very tricky animals
Sturgis asked: what constitutes your moment of self proclaimed genius? Or are you just all around beyond genius?
Some of us are just born that way mate..