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    I'm really good at guessing the time, even if I haven't looked at a clock for hours.

    I'm also really good at remembering meaningless things that happened years ago...like an unimportant conversation or whatever. If only my brain retained what I need to know for uni as well as it does the meaningless things

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    I have a knack for languages, I can pick up most languages within a few days of being in a country.

    I'm also great at organizing...which drives DH a bit mad - ie. When we went on a week long holiday to NZ and I handed him an itinerary and schedule

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    I am really good at academic writing.

    I'm also good at planning and organising. I love lists and spreadsheets!

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    Hmm, I feel obliged to respond seeing as I had little trouble finding faults- I could have picked a few but went with the the one that plagues me day in and day out. So, skills.........organisation and determination to achieve I suppose could be 2 of my biggest skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Party of Three View Post
    I'm also really good at remembering meaningless things that happened years ago...like an unimportant conversation or whatever. If only my brain retained what I need to know for uni as well as it does the meaningless things
    My Manager is like this! She quite often says "remember we had that meeting with XYZ in September 2010?" And finds it strange that I can't remember these insignificant meetings and dates lol.

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    I'm good at being funny, writing scathing emails, finding info on Google and reading Dr Seuss books!

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    I'm really good at a few things but don't do anything about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR03 View Post
    My Manager is like this! She quite often says "remember we had that meeting with XYZ in September 2010?" And finds it strange that I can't remember these insignificant meetings and dates lol.
    My DH, who remembers nothing, will try and argue with me sometimes about one of these trivial memories of mine and I don't know why because he knows I am always right!

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