With Myself, to Myself, At Myself.

Seriously, there is no-one else around here, so who else am I going to talk to???

That said, I probably talk to myself less and less the more of a hermit I become. That may just be because I've run out of things to say to myself. Could it be that I'm on the verge of boring myself?!
TheTardyDodo TheTardyDodo
31-35, M
5 Responses Jun 11, 2007

I talk to myself often, but once did it while a friend was around, and I got completely embarrassed. Like I just forgot she was there! Luckily she didn't really hear it.

Talking to yourself is a sign of intelligence. That's my story and I'm sticking to it!<br />
BTW: Why is there no one around? Is it because you like to stay at home?<br />
I'm here for ya!

I stopped talking to myself when I started talking to my plants, the grubs in the garden, my television, my refrigerator, my computer, and the ghosts I am certain live in my closet. With all of them around I'll never be bored!

Haha, I talked and talk to myself a lot too! Well, it's more like thinking out loud. Sometimes, I'll just start rambling to myself if I'm washing face in front of a mirror. I usually think it's weird that I'm talking to my own reflection, but I don't cur! =D

That's quite a scary thought...boring yourself! Especially when you're becoming a hermit. LOL, imagine being stuck in a room with a person that bores you to death...and to make it worse, you already know everything he's gonna say before he says it!