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    Quote Originally Posted by Trio View Post
    lol! I would have said hello just to pass the time waiting in the line! I wouldn't think not too. I think I may be the person you guys are all avoiding! Lol!
    I'm starting to think I'm that person too and I'd always considered myself rather unsociable!

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    I'd probably say hello but wouldn't think someone rude if they didn't.
    This sort of reminds me of when I saw a nurse I'd met once and we locked eyes and smiled and she said, "Remind me of how I know you?" and I said " You took a stent out via my urethra a couple of weeks ago. I'm surprised you remember my face at all!".
    And then I died. I really shouldn't be allowed out in public.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I'd probably say hello but wouldn't think someone rude if they didn't.
    This sort of reminds me of when I saw a nurse I'd met once and we locked eyes and smiled and she said, "Remind me of how I know you?" and I said " You took a stent out via my urethra a couple of weeks ago. I'm surprised you remember my face at all!".
    And then I died. I really shouldn't be allowed out in public.
    Bahahaha 😭

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    I wouldn't seek her out to say hi ... But if she turned and saw you I would've.

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    No i wouldnt have said anything. Im a really busy person generally and talking to my 3 young kids is enough at times, throw in the general small talk with other mums at kindy, at school, at gymnastics & swimming, plus family and friends and im cooked. I do not have anymore of "me" left. And if im ever lucky enough to go anywhere without having to drag the kids along then nope i will relish the moment i dont have to speak to anyone or anyone to me. I used to until the other person then decided we are now best friends all of a sudden and really - they arent someone id have as a friend to begin with as we are very different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I'd probably say hello but wouldn't think someone rude if they didn't.
    This sort of reminds me of when I saw a nurse I'd met once and we locked eyes and smiled and she said, "Remind me of how I know you?" and I said " You took a stent out via my urethra a couple of weeks ago. I'm surprised you remember my face at all!".
    And then I died. I really shouldn't be allowed out in public.
    Oh yes you should!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I'd probably say hello but wouldn't think someone rude if they didn't.
    This sort of reminds me of when I saw a nurse I'd met once and we locked eyes and smiled and she said, "Remind me of how I know you?" and I said " You took a stent out via my urethra a couple of weeks ago. I'm surprised you remember my face at all!".
    And then I died. I really shouldn't be allowed out in public.
    I bet she loved your response!! Most nurses I know have a wicked sense of humour!!

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    I am a chatterbox and will talk to anyone at anytime about anything. But 2 of my kids have social anxiety so I have learnt to tone it down when I am with them.

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    I wouldn't have said hi either. I would have stood there debating whether to say hi, and playing out all possible scenarios, and by the time I finished analysing the situation she probably would have already left and I would have been completely flustered.

    Or alternatively, I just wouldn't have noticed. I've been told that I've snobbed really close friends or family at the shops before. I honestly just don't see them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Also, I made light of it with @Moxy because I know how similar we are and also having a sense of humour about our social anxiety can make me feel less of a leper or freak amongst the *normal* "civilised" social butterflies 😃
    Oi. I'm normal. In a "don't speak to me, I'm not a fan of people, really rather be a hermit" kinda way.

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