ever sense i was seven or Eight years old i began studding how people reacted. Id fake sleep to discover there actions. questioned everything and even observed ants for my recess, When i was Eight or nine all the way till the end of elementary school. I discovered ants behaved like society and people in a small sense they where like a food chain. Sometimes when someone stepped on the ant i would get upset not because i was sad for the ant though i kinda was but mostly i was upset because once it was dead its like my thoughts became clouded and someone invaded my space. I would write more soon but at the moment I got the flu and its kicking my butt. Let me just say i had people laugh at me in my face saying i couldn't possibly understood that. The thing is it was only a test...i did this even to people i was just studying fake sleeping was also one of my actions to find reactions if i slept for a while and watched i could study people in a sort of clam state of mind. Sure it sounds crazy for a child but i remember it clear as day and sometimes it makes me feel a little left out...but maybe i should feel happy?

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Comment by Reg The Fronkey Farmer on February 3, 2014 at 6:30pm

Of course you should feel happy, even with a nasty flu.

Comment by Royal red on February 3, 2014 at 8:41pm

Lol it's pretty much gone :D

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