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I don't think I'm a prick, but there's always the possibility. I even like job interviews. So yeah- I am a prick.
of guilt and embarrassment
the occasion requires it. People who talk about themselves a lot and take no interest in other people are boring though
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I am terrible in conversation if someone is talking about something to bring it back to how something similar happened to me or someone I know rather than let the other person just talk about it, quite conscious of it so try not to, but will never ever talk about anything personal
Not proud of it but I think it's typical of a lot of men to spend conversations thinking about what they'll say next.
People who are attentive and are interested in what you have to say are pretty much the loveliest people in the world to talk to aren't they? But, again, maybe it's egotism on my part that I would consider that an admirable trait in others. It's certainly self-serving of me.
yeah definitely, i'm always worried that the conversation is going to fizzle out and I'm going to seem rude, so I'm always lining up the next thing I'm going to say, and then concentrate on it until there is a chance to say it, to the point that I don't pay attention and phase out of the actual conversation
in person, I have a far greater level of narcissism which essentially involves me asking someone about themselves and interests, and then weighing in with my opinion on all of these things without having any kind of authority on any subject.
Its really annoying. Other people are exceptionally dull.
I dont care about your knobhead boyfriend
I dont care about your shitty dog
I just dont care
missing out on some interesting conversations if all those things were literal
don't think there's really anything wrong with it. It's better to be interested in yourself than not.
It's also a good tool for when people start talking about their computers and the prices of things.
surefire sign of a mentalist