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    Ha big hell no. Myself and the partner are as abnormal as each other We also have this thing where we apparently suffer from maturity issues according to our eldest hehe.

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    The jury is still out on who is the abnormal one.

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    Heh, my first response would be to say "who me, normal? never!".

    But really, I think that's a bit juvenile. Yeah, there are ways in which I might be different to the 'norm', or even the majority. But all in all, fairly normal, whatever else I might like to think.

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    I think my way of thinking isn't normal but in society I play the normal role so yeah I suppose I'm normal.
    I'm unique, just like everybody else

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    Noone is 100% normal. We all have some weirdo in us

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    Most definitely not haha, I'm as kooky as they come

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    Yeah I think so.

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    No not in the wealth and health sense for me. Both are crappy.

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    I think I'm a little "boringly normal" sometimes.
    Other times I think I'm "happily normal".

    Isn't it strange that sometimes normal is great and sometimes normal is dull...


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    I'm not really sure.


 

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