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What are you laughably bad at?

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Kodo, Feb 12, 2017.

  1. Wolfwing

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    Literally every sport ever
     
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    Relationships. No matter if 'love', friends or family. I just can't deal with it and need a lot time to recover, that's why I literally never meet someone and every 'event' (going to another town with my family etc.) has to be planned.
     
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    I remember we had to do this art project where you had to cover your field of vision so you could only see a mirror and you had to draw what you saw in the mirror. So you had to invert your hand movements from what you saw. I flat out couldn't do it. After much struggle I eventually got my hand to go left to follow a left-right line only to go down instead of up. It was beyond frustrating.

    There's a lot of other stuff I'm dreadful at, but this memory sticks out.

    https://students.washington.edu/nbout/LessonPlans/mirrordrawing.pdf
     
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    ...really. I look ridiculous. So I just don't flirt and try to act friendly. Then I tell the whole story of my life on chat.
     
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    Being a productive member of society or a decent human being.
     
  6. Justinian20

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    Umm what am I really bad at. I actually think I'm horrible at so many things, Video Gaming for one:frowning2:I just lose all the time and I suck at playing all multiplayer games, all of them pit me against other humans and 99.99% of the time I'll lose the game).

    Drawing: (All my humans look like the weirdest bald alien creatures and I can't draw anything fancy in the background).

    Sport: (But this one I don't mind, I actually had trouble catching balls when I was younger. Yep little young me couldn't catch anything. But whenever I had to do competitive things, look at all the other people go off like a rocket, me I just lagged behind for ages taking almost a minute to run 100 metres, Another thing was whenever I played sport with the school I never truly got involved because I sucked. Here are my stats 1 try in an entire season of touch, no goals in three seasons of soccer. But I have something to add, I found out I was a really good cheerleader. Whenever competitive sports came on everyone tried to convince me to join in(I knew I sucked and didn't want to ever do any sport stuff), But when it got to the top people everyone would cheer but it just sounded like unorganized cheering. I wanted to create songs and specific moves that we could dance to while also cheering the team on through those choreographed cheerleading moves).

    Painting and Art: Oh my god, I just create the weirdest things ever, I can't paint or do art very well. My style is just jagged and messy and the brush never does what I want it to do.

    Those are just a few, I suck at a lot more things.
     
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