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  1. Barnabas

    Barnabas Time Lord

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    So I had this funny conversation with a friend of mine, she had been out on "date" with her ex-boyfriend, more or less it was her just reconnecting after not seeing him for four years.

    About a week later me, another male friend of mine(tim) and her ex are hanging out at a chik-fil-a, simply passing conversation and goofing off. From their we left, me and tim take off and she and her ex head off to spend some time together.


    Me and her hang out a few days later, and she reveals that while at first her ex liked me, now he seems doesn't like me and he feels like I'm trying to get inside his head.


    I had to laugh when she said that, it really was hilarious, I definitely wasn't intentionally trying to mess with him. Truthfully I don't have any real problem with the guy, I know he wants to get back together with her, but she doesn't want a relationship at the moment and I feel like him pushing it is only to his detriment and I'm more then willing to wait for her. To be fair their are nights were I've really felt like I might kill him, he probably is the only guy that has ever filled me with rage. The memory of her crying because of him is so absurdly maddening, but I also promised her that I wouldn't hate him and I care for her more then I dislike him.

    So I don't have problem with him so long as he doesn't cause any more tears.







    but back to the original point, have you ever unintentionally got into someones head?

    obviously the interrogative questions apply, who, where, what, when, why and how?
     
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    I have this feeling in the pit of my stomach that home boy does not
    actually feel as though you're getting in his head. This is probably
    a statement he concocted when questioned as to why he doesn't
    like you. Which is obviously because he sees you as a threat. However
    no male really desires to let the female they're pursuing know that they
    feel threatened by someone else thanks to high levels of testosterone
    and that whole dominance thing we've been struggling with as a species
    for... hm... forever? So I think he lied to her and chose a vague excuse,
    something he wouldn't have to necessarily explain or go into detail with.


    This is just my two cents.



    Now to answer your question:
    My friend Victor made the comment "get out of my head" . I
    don't really know why.
    I guess I can provide the details. Let me tell you, I talk about some
    deep stuff:

    Victor: "I found a green marble and I've been keeping it in my pocket for no good reason at all."

    Brianna: "I think good luck is a good reason."

    Victor: "Get out of my head.

    (I secretly also wish it gives me some sort of powers, but that doesn't seem like a good reason either.)"




    Oh it was two days ago,
    If you want the precise
    time: 1:09pm - 1:30pm
    (Yes, it took a half an hour for those three lines.)
     
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    arbygil Passing through

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    Yep. I've scared my Mum on many occasions, as I voiced what she was thinking right when she was thinking it.

    She wasn't upset by it though, just bewildered and fascinated. And probably blown away.
     
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    Melkor Madman with a cause

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    Well you are a man of the cloth.

    I though you dedicated your life to injecting concepts into people heads?
     
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    Lol this happened just a few days ago.

    (Aaron and me walking)

    Aaron: (*staring into space)

    Me: *looks straight at him* "I shouldn't have worn this shirt today! Now my nipples are gonna get hard..."
    Aaron: "I was just about to say that! Stop reading my mind!"
    Me: "You should've worn something warmer" *looka at Aaron: "But Sweaters are so gauche!"
    Aaron: "..."

    Some people are just so easy to read, especially when I do it casually lol.

    I think it's the most fun when someone and I can have an entire conversation with our thoughts
     
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    Tell her that while you are in there, you will be happy to answer any questions she might have.
     
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    I think this was a wedge he is trying to use to drive Barn and the girl apart.
     
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