Other than stuck on a fridge, where would you expect to find a magnetic persona

  1. Pearldiver profile image81
    Pearldiverposted 6 years ago

    Other than stuck on a fridge, where  would you expect to find a magnetic personality?

    What is it anyway and why do so few exist?

  2. SantaCruz profile image69
    SantaCruzposted 6 years ago

    Fun question! How about...

    Leading a cult
    Hosting a game show
    Teaching wine appreciation
    Running a social club
    Selling various products we don't need

  3. Lisa HW profile image72
    Lisa HWposted 6 years ago

    I'm going to say, "apparently the supermarket".  Why?  Because even though I've never had reason to think I have anything that comes to close to even resembling a magnetic personality, all I know is that when I'm there I seem to attract far more people into my personal space bubble than a lot of other people seem to.  AND, I don't just have more incidents of one person invading my space bubble at the supermarket (and in the parking lot) than others seem to.  I tend to attract whole little groups of people right into the very space where I am - no matter how otherwise unpopular that space might be.

    I can go to where nobody else ever goes, only to discover that I'm apparently a leader of sorts; because almost immediately, I'll bring a crowd to where nobody ever goes otherwise.   It's not just in the store either.  It's on the sidewalk outside, the parking lot, the bottle-return, the Red Box - doesn't matter.  I can bring people to the farthest, farthest, reaches at the far-end corner of the little mall by simply hiking way the hell over there and standing there for a minute and a half.

    With years of this amazing ability to attract invaders to my space bubble and/or to anywhere I find where I think I may have a half a minute off somewhere, just to finish a coffee or straighten out my wallet; I have reached the only possible conclusion.  That is, of course, that I am one, giant and powerful, magnet of a person who draws unsuspecting and innocent people into my perfectly modestly sized space bubble in a way that would otherwise defy the principles of magnetism.  hmm

    So, as I said....      Supermarket, apparently.

    (Watch out.  I'll try not to exercise my magnetism over the Internet and cause you to be inextricably drawn to my local supermarket and space bubble, but I don't have a clue as to how it all works and therefore can't guarantee anything.  All I know is that it one powerful case of magnetic personality I apparently have, and there's a good chance that I'm actually the cause of long lines and lack of parking spaces at the mall when I'm there. )  (Please imagine an eye-rolling emoticon here.  Now please imagine a mean-face emoticon right next to it.)

 
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