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Is there anyone else like me?

Updated on July 14, 2009

 

I truly believe that I am one unique person who always thinks, not twice, not thrice but about thirty times before each leap. I wonder if I started to walk at the age at which children generally do, because if I was such a deep and philosophical thinker even at that time, following the proverb “Look before you leap” to such an extent that would have put to shame the best practitioners of the same, I just cant imagine the amount of thought I’d have put into the question ‘Should I start walking now, or later.’ For another thing, the love which I bear towards procrastination cannot be questioned by anyone. Sad to say, my love towards the aforesaid proverb does not extend to the one, ‘Procrastination is the thief of time.’ Otherwise, how could I manage to cram portions contained in 500 PowerPoint slides, on the eve, nay just 2 hours prior to an exam, but still not be able to memorise or understand one coherent sentence relating to studies, on the countless free days, prior to it. I think I should be given the title of the umpteenth wonder of the world, the other places having already been taken up by the countless others, who are top formers in the selfsame school of procrastination where I study, and am merely a Kindergartener. I think this must be the school with the greatest strength of students, among all the schools all over the world. This cannot be an exaggeration, at the best this can only be an understatement. Well, as you get to know more of me you will agree that there are very few like me, and I am sure of the fact, though you may be skeptical now. So long. Cheers.

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      sympathetic 6 years ago

      I have to think millions of times about what im going to say before i say it then when i di no one is there to listen i am called emo by kids at school and antisocial by my parents

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      prala 8 years ago

      Does seem so. :)

      Have a great day.

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      \Brenda Scully 8 years ago

      we all procrastinate, I am great at it..... did we go to the same school???

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