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 PostPosted: Sun Jan 31, 2010 11:36 pm Reply with quote  
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  Reepicheep
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The age-old question: what is your greatest strength and your greatest weakness. Here's mine.
Strength: Resistance to peer-pressure. I don't do anything just to please someone or that it's the cool thing to do.
Weakness: Letting go of the past. Yeah, I'm a pretty nostalgic person and I can have a big problem with getting over things lost to the past. That's one of the reasons I like Anakin so much.

How about you guys?
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 PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 11:21 am Reply with quote  
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  Darth Skuldren
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My Greatest Strength: Imagination

My Greatest Weakness: Communication (talking with people)

My imagination brings me happiness and I love to indulge it. Picking a weakness is a bit harder, though I think the one that is dominate is by inability to carry a conversation. I'm terrible at starting conversations and just as bad at keeping them going. I don't have the gift for gab. However, there are times where a conversation goes upon something and the words just magically appear, so sometimes I can carry on a conversation. I guess it's a matter of turning the talk to something I know about and not just some off the wall meaningless, time killing, jibber jabber. So yeah, I'd have to say talking with people is my greatest weakness.
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 PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 11:51 am Reply with quote  
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I know how you feel, Darth Skuldren. Wink Depending on who I'm talking with, I can talk just fine, but other times I can't. Talking with a purpose does help, for sure.
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  PrincessXion
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Interesting ^^

My strength: imagination
My weakness: perfection

I'm wanting to be artist/actress
I always have ideas, that is useful. but no time to do all I want.
may be as result of my weakness, that always has to be perfect. Everything. Everytime.
It's bad for me. I can make myself ill sometimes. To my writings and drawings and schoolwork, I'll spend hours on final details then feel sad that I have no time to relax.

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I know how you feel, Darth Skuldren. Depending on who I'm talking with, I can talk just fine, but other times I can't. Talking with a purpose does help, for sure.


me too. there is some type of person, like you have common interest, that is easy to talking to. I find it hard to talk to a stranger, harder if my senior.


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 PostPosted: Tue Feb 02, 2010 3:16 pm Reply with quote  
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Acting is awesome. I always did like the Drama classes I took and the school play I was in. It was fun. Cool
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 PostPosted: Wed Feb 03, 2010 9:54 am Reply with quote  
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I'm taking drama at school starting tomorrow, actually. The only acting I've ever done before is as a Christmas pageant background (if that counts) and a town herald at a library play with a few lines at the beginning. Those were both years and years ago so it should be interesting.
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  kurtdc
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Trust. A strength and weakness I suppose. I tend to give people the benefit of the doubt and have been burned many times by it.

Yet I also view it as a plus. My wife doesn't trust anyone, and I think a side effect is it has shut her off to many people unnecessarily. Thus I have better relationships with more people, yet she has MUCH more social grace than I do. She's better at meeting people, but quickly turns skeptical. I am much more shy/reserved, but once I know someone I sustain the relationship longer than she will.

It does make us a good couple though. She establishes more connections, and I keep them going more.


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