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Should "are polls good?" thread be locked?


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  1. 1. Should the topic "Are polls good?" be locked

    • yes and Soede should be stripped of his 7 titles of "g"ness for trolling
    • no and this thread should be locked instead cuz i'm apalled!
    • maybe, I think I need to make a poll first though so i can make a decision
    • i'm not old enough to vote, wait... how did i click this then!


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My girlfriend is always complaining about how I'm better than her at everything in life. My friends, family, co-workers and associates tend to say the same thing.

It's actually been a problem ever since I can remember, which was about when I was 5 months old. Even then I could tell that I had an edge over everybody around me, due to my cunning intellect, unique perceptions, and thirst for knowledge.

Whilst traversing through the younger years of my schooling, I noticed that the children around me had problems picking up simple concepts of math and science, whilst I excelled at subjects far beyond the majority of people my age.

It was not easy to come to the realization during middle school that I was smarter than my teachers. This led to much bullying from my peers, and angry reactions from my teachers when I would gently correct their mistakes.

By the time that I was enrolled in high school, I was already studying Theoretical Physics and String Theory in my spare time. I still managed to make the varsity track team, varsity swim team, and junior varsity football team as well, due to my advanced time management techniques.

But there was always something nagging at me, I realized I would never fit in with those around me. My brilliance, ambition, and creativity alienated me from friends, family, and teachers.

Currently enrolled in Yale, I now spend my days studying the works of Einstein and Hawkings, making small corrections and adjustments as I see fit. It is what I was born to do, I guess.

It is my cross to bear, I must suffer alone, but I soldier on... alone. Because there is simply nobody else who could possibly understand the trials and tribulations of being a bright bulb in a world populated by those of meager intellectual standings.

But I suppose that we all have our own demons to fight.

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My girlfriend is always complaining about how I'm better than her at everything in life. My friends, family, co-workers and associates tend to say the same thing.

It's actually been a problem ever since I can remember, which was about when I was 5 months old. Even then I could tell that I had an edge over everybody around me, due to my cunning intellect, unique perceptions, and thirst for knowledge.

Whilst traversing through the younger years of my schooling, I noticed that the children around me had problems picking up simple concepts of math and science, whilst I excelled at subjects far beyond the majority of people my age.

It was not easy to come to the realization during middle school that I was smarter than my teachers. This led to much bullying from my peers, and angry reactions from my teachers when I would gently correct their mistakes.

By the time that I was enrolled in high school, I was already studying Theoretical Physics and String Theory in my spare time. I still managed to make the varsity track team, varsity swim team, and junior varsity football team as well, due to my advanced time management techniques.

But there was always something nagging at me, I realized I would never fit in with those around me. My brilliance, ambition, and creativity alienated me from friends, family, and teachers.

Currently enrolled in Yale, I now spend my days studying the works of Einstein and Hawkings, making small corrections and adjustments as I see fit. It is what I was born to do, I guess.

It is my cross to bear, I must suffer alone, but I soldier on... alone. Because there is simply nobody else who could possibly understand the trials and tribulations of being a bright bulb in a world populated by those of meager intellectual standings.

But I suppose that we all have our own demons to fight.

beautiful it made me cry, just beautiful.

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My girlfriend is always complaining about how I'm better than her at everything in life. My friends, family, co-workers and associates tend to say the same thing.

It's actually been a problem ever since I can remember, which was about when I was 5 months old. Even then I could tell that I had an edge over everybody around me, due to my cunning intellect, unique perceptions, and thirst for knowledge.

Whilst traversing through the younger years of my schooling, I noticed that the children around me had problems picking up simple concepts of math and science, whilst I excelled at subjects far beyond the majority of people my age.

It was not easy to come to the realization during middle school that I was smarter than my teachers. This led to much bullying from my peers, and angry reactions from my teachers when I would gently correct their mistakes.

By the time that I was enrolled in high school, I was already studying Theoretical Physics and String Theory in my spare time. I still managed to make the varsity track team, varsity swim team, and junior varsity football team as well, due to my advanced time management techniques.

But there was always something nagging at me, I realized I would never fit in with those around me. My brilliance, ambition, and creativity alienated me from friends, family, and teachers.

Currently enrolled in Yale, I now spend my days studying the works of Einstein and Hawkings, making small corrections and adjustments as I see fit. It is what I was born to do, I guess.

It is my cross to bear, I must suffer alone, but I soldier on... alone. Because there is simply nobody else who could possibly understand the trials and tribulations of being a bright bulb in a world populated by those of meager intellectual standings.

But I suppose that we all have our own demons to fight.

 

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