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No, they just don’t understand my fascination.Maybe the dagger was poorly made and likely to break?
Never. I appreciate it.I also think that if I wasn't the other side of the planet she'd give me a bit of a kicking for speaking up in her place, but truth is truth.
I don't care about winning, that never seemed really important to me.But I would love to kick some butts of bad guys with you.
My favorite utilitarian blade is the humble Morakniv.
this is too me irl for me irl right now.. oh gee fellersI tend to get hyperfixated on characters I like as well, or individual games/shows/whatever.
Oh boy that brings back some memories. My grandparents let a Swedish guy stay at their house when he had a bad motorcycle accident while visiting the UK. Years later they purchased a camper van and toured Sweden for a while. They brought back some of these horses and I was always fascinated by them as a kid.
Hmmmm... I personally think that's a very interesting and unique interest though! You should be proud of that. Thanks for sharing ^^@georgiagalaxy,
Now that I’ve infiltrated your thread with skulls, I could share my experience. I understand exactly what you’re talking about, although it is from a completely different angle. One of my special interests is skulls and weapons and kind of dark things. If this doesn’t bore people, it can be worrisome to them. They make assumptions that are not correct and sometimes they are fearful it is some sort of sign of some thing brewing underneath. Really they are things that bring me great joy and intrigue and fascination.
Not many people wanted to hear about that sort of stuff before I came here. Some people think it’s kinda neat for a little bit, but I guess they get much more tired of it than I do and that’s when they start to worry.
I mostly just keep my special interests to myself in real life except when the opportunity presents itself in conversation. I recently got into some trouble because I brought home a really cool dagger and for some reason people in my family didn’t really like or appreciate it. They thought it was weird. They think I am weird.
Me too I'm actually moving and adapting pretty quickly, but MLP has been a bit of a main interest for a few months now ^^I have many special interests. I think I have a new one every month. I don't think I can go very long without some kind of new special interest.