Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Evil_Ginger, Sep 14, 2018.
Horrible with names, good with faces
Same problem here, too. Every time someone comes up to me and starts talking to me like they know me I get incredibly confused. Because I most likely feel like I've never seen them before in my life. ... I can't remember faces, I can't remember names.
I can't remember people.
I have a good memory in regard to events and people, but I am terrible with names, I sometimes even forget the name of a good friend for like 5~30 sec. I am the guy that asks "Hey do you remember when..." and the other party "???"
I get what you mean. My friend goes all " remember how that chick looked at me " . Never happened. He just checks out any female that passes by to Roshi levels of too long.
On the other hand, when he mentions a person we talked with recently I never remember their names and need a physical description.
Wth, dude! Reading other people's letters? Not cool.
Also, you made me feel like I'm back in school getting my work graded... Are you a ginger by any chance?
i give you a 60.
What? No, of course not...
Wait... My brother is a ginger... Well kinda... does that make me a ginger too?
Means I pass. You're not so evil after all...
No, it makes you a true Scotsman.
here in america, 70 is passing. even in college, you dont get credit for anything below that.
Yeah, but I'm not in your country and in mine 50 is the bare minimum to pass. Getting 60 from your side makes for a good mark on a resume on my side.
You can say we have different standards for our expectations...
im worse, therefore my standards are better.
my country is contradictory like that.
To be fair, I am also not good at remembering the names of people for the most part. The only people who are the exceptions to this are people who left either a strongly positive or negative impression on myself. To be more specific, people who I platonically like or people who I really hate for whatever reason. I have no problems with remembering the faces of people though.
Separate names with a comma.