If you want to make yourself feel better, look up your first name on Urban Dictionary

Also accurate, speaking as an observer.

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My goodness. Apparently I combine the best features of Ryan Gosling and Vin Diesel.

Where was Urban Dictionary when I was at university?

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You are a mildly attractive pile of meat that’s good at frowning?

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Very appealing to a certain subset of the population.

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And those are just my best features.

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Way to give me an inflated sense of self worth, Internet.

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That was uncannily prescient. I may go buy myself a dozen roses now.

Just ask Lurch…
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So, you aren’t slung-out like a blue whale and as porny as an elephant seal?!

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Perhaps the inquisitors genuinely believed that they were changing the world for the greater good.

Is it the new horoscope? Yeah, probably. Lots of nonspecific platitudes and vague, yet positive, character descriptions.

I’ll take it.

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Many of descriptions read like contributors’ glowing self appraisals.
Not all, though. The haters really piled on against the Jims of the world.

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The Chads have it worse.

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Are we still doing awesome band names around here?

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I was surprised that mine was mostly good. Still, the usual personality stereotype that tends to show up in searches like this appeared at the end. It’s not negative, it’s just not me.

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I’m not gonna post mine. This is not an erotica-site.

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Interestingly, mine was written by someone using the name of a very memorable one-night stand.

This really feels awkward. I know it’s observer bias bullshit, but the feeling is … not going away.

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Who am I to argue with this?
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Looks like it has changed, but years ago I did this with my family… when we got to my son, Milo, it came up with “a chocolate powder you put in milk”

Not sure how much better that made him feel…

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I have to start seeing your massage therapist/acupuncturist!

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