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Is it wierd to find spaces others consider small enough to make someone who normally isn't, feel claustrophobic, comfortable. but to hate being outside, in large rooms, or in crowds?

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6 hours ago, InfiniteRemnant said:

Is it wierd to find spaces others consider small enough to make someone who normally isn't, feel claustrophobic, comfortable. but to hate being outside, in large rooms, or in crowds?

Agoraphobia?

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I have angoraphobia. Fear of being confronted by the ghost of Ed Wood, who is wearing one of his girlfriend's fuzzy sweaters.

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Oh, hey. I forgot about this thread. Sorry for getting all super depressing.

*shrugs*

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I'll have to politely decline. I appreciate the offer, though.

In any case, time for a swift topic shift: How often do you listen to music? I personally listen to it at almost all times. Excluding when I'm in bed, I'm always listening to something.

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Through my ears? Every time I write it.

In my head? Constantly. I'm a smegging walking juke box.

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:opens mouth:
:massively loud Drum & Bugle Corps music from the 1980 World Championships plays, starting with the Guardsmen's Tiger of San Pedro:

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:ProfessorTomoe absorbs the wires into the strange, indescribable darkness that surrounds his head and spits the quarter out of his grinning mouth:

ProfessorTomoe: "No need for amplification now, yes?"

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:The extra power moves the amplifier at a right angle to the speed of light, creating a c-vector effect that causes the amplifier to vanish.:

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*appears from nowhere*

Can't you see people are trying to sleep over here?

*flips the switch back and disappears*

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