Shelved by: larnie33 on 2012-01-31
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hurrdurr trying too hard.
Try being more subtle, like you're trying to hide something, but make sure something about what you do is a bit off. Try not talking much but keep your "side" of the room spotless and perfectly organized. Disappear for long periods of time late at night, and come back exhausted and a bit of a mess, but don't go to sleep until you've showered and are back to an organized state.
You can even keep a knife collection, but you'll need to do your homework and get an intense set. When your roommate refers to them as knives, correct him in a bit of a huff, informing him that these "aren't just knives, they're..." (this is where your homework goes).
If you act like the picture, you could fool an idiot, yes. However, if you act like I described, you'll actually be convincing. (I'm not responsible for any legal or mental issues that develop as a result, though)
lmfao this is supposed to be strictly a joke. i think you're looking way to into this
It's a peeve of mine. Like the people who say things like "I'm so crazy!" or self-diagnose themselves with OCD or something, but then get weirded out around people with actual mental issues.
Only really like #2 and #7,
Have to agree w/ DeathDark here.
Sounds like the way i act.
Let's see... #2 looks good. I'll do that. #7 is funny, but it's not original. And #1? Hell, haven't we all done that before? ...right?
I did the pen/pencil one once. She started freaking out a bit, especially when I started rocking back and forth for dramatic effect. The rest of the week was a little distant after that.