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What does it feel like to be clever?

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tynamite
tynamite's avatar Every time I meet someone new, within the first 3 hours of me talking to them, they say that I'm clever. And no, I don't talk about stretching topics like politics, science or society in those 3 hours. All my friends say I'm clever, and I don't know why!!! I have no idea whether my cleverness is attributed to what I say, think or both.

I find it weird how everyone says I'm clever. I don't feel clever. I feel normal. Why would I feel any different from anyone else? I'm me. Nothing I do is distinctive, I don't think. I feel normal. Do you want to know what else I think? I feel that everyone else is different, as sometimes I'm called that for trivial things. I feel that everyone is different because I don't know why what I do is clever. I want to know what it's like to be normal like other people. Combine that with my conflicting view. I have never felt like I was different in my life. Most people see my intelligence as far removed from the rest of society. For that reason, I want to know what it's like to have normal intelligence.
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