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She's an amalgamation of both!

 

Looks like an angel though..

 

Probably watched me as a male stripper in pheasant lol

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I think of myself as a people person ,I will talk to anybody but I soon decide who are worth talking to and who are not and more often than not im always right , but not in a rude way . Im also something of a people watcher (not stalker) . I can be on my own in a pub and just like to see what is happening around me

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Yes. I'm quietly proud of my ability to get along equally well with bricklayers and baronesses, junkies and professors.

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Yes. I'm quietly proud of my ability to get along equally well with bricklayers and baronesses, junkies and professors.

 

Yep, I have noticed.:hihi:

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By that I mean a person who enjoys or is particularly good at interacting with others. I have to say, I'm not. Not because I don't enjoy peoples's company, but because I'm not particularly good with interacting with them. Whilst I am nice and polite, I just tend to feel awkward in social settings.

 

What about others on the forum?:)

 

When i am working i am very social. everyones friend

 

but as soon as i clock off. i become a recluse

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Although I work in what might be called the 'caring' industry, I wouldn't say I'm a people person. I used to think I was, but the older I become the more aware I realise that my social skills in some situations aren't as good as I thought they were. As a youngster I hated my awkwardness in some social situations. Having said that, with age comes a sense of 'so what?'

I like my own company, and although my job requires a lot of skilled social interaction; the phrase 'hell is other people' seems pertinent.

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When i am working i am very social. everyones friend

 

but as soon as i clock off. i become a recluse

 

That’s a shame, unless it’s a personal choice to be a recluse out of work.

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That’s a shame, unless it’s a personal choice to be a recluse out of work.

 

 

It mostly is. i work in a number of industries where its part of the Job to be affable and conversational.

 

by the time the day is over i am "talked" out lol. just want some time on my own

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