Back In Black

by Natasha
(America)

I think that my personality is BLACK because everyone says I'm mostly quiet and don't really share what I'm thinking and feel like never...


They also say that I'm mysterious and often look as though I'm brooding sometimes. I often do look like I am brooding, even though I am happy in the moment. I just don't think it's necessary that everyone should know what I'm thinking all the time.

My friends also think of me as resourceful, intellectual, and quiet and distant, and they say that the way that I talk ( Like in big words and it is known to my intention )formally. Is that it is hard for them to understand me. "You and your big words... And your small difficult words..." They would say. I think that is funny, and I smirk and or giggle. Even though I don't say much, I sure did say a mouthful in this paragraph, didn't I?

Well, peace.

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by: Anonymous

I think that what your talking about is true. My friends think of me the same way. You should try opening up to the so they can see your true colors.

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