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I'm the original conformer!
But seriously - I love being original. I hate being the same as everyone. I question everything. I like unique. And I hate people who just reshare information because "so-and-so" said it was right. That's how misinformation spreads.
It's annoying though. I used to be into goth and nerd. But now both are really "cool". So I'm no longer different. DAMMIT!
Can't answer that as it depends on the topic - on some things I would be considered conservative/conformist and others pretty liberal/original.
I have nothing against conformity, per say, as long as it is healthy, true, good, and right.
I think some may classify me as a nonconformist and I think that is a fair assessment. I have also been told that I "dance to the beat of a different drum" and I wouldn't argue that point either. :0)
I don't think that I'm that "original" but I have been told that I am "unique".
I do my own thing and am original, but I'm also secure enough that I don't worry about trying hard to lookor be different (or a non-conformer) just for the sake of not appearing to conform.
I'd like to think I'm a total original, but there are many instances where I'm a conformist. Obeying traffic laws, for instance...saying "please" and "thank you". Opening doors for the elderly and infirm. That sort of thing. In most everything else, though, I do my own thing...usually without intending to be an "original". That just seems to be the way I'm wired. ;D
I am definitely a non-conformist. It's not that I don't agree with things, but I look at them from all angles.
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Why do my all hubs does not conform to the HubPages community standard of quality.all hubs~
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