The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness
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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Itís no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    talking to yourself

    do you guys ever talk to yourselves? even if other people are around?
    i know i do that sometimes and people dont know if i am talking to them or not. and when i say i am talking to myself, they are still not sure if i said something bad or mean and i am just taking it back.
    do you think that is bad or anything?
    sorry i am making so many threads today.. but i was just wondering
    i know sometimes i think of funny things and they crack me up even if nothing is funny and some people give me weird looks and things. i dont talk much in class so its kinda odd..
    i also talk to myself here sometimes if there is nothing to do
    i was just looking to see if other people did this too.
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    yea i do that sometimes
    it cracks me up too, you just sit there and tell jokes to yourself and remember funny things
    tehehe
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    I talk to my self alot. Not as much in public but I still do.
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    lol really? thats funny haha
    its fun
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    Yah, espeially when ppl wonder who your talking to. Or they answer you and you have no idea what their talking about.
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    lol i know! they will chime in and its like.. excuse me i am having a conversation here! hahaha
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    haha yea
    then you like tell them you are talking to someone else but not really
    or something
    haha
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    your you talking to me there? or yourself?
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    seems I do this to more of your posts than anything else Kim.....

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    lol i am talking to you
    and haha yea anna sorry hahahaaha
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    yeah.. I do the same thing.. i'll think of something funny and just start laughing or something.. People probably think i'm high..

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    lol people think i am high too!
    but i never did any kind of drugs!
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    haha yea kim no drugs
    drugs are bad
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    yes, scoob no drugs
    drugs are bad (in some cases)
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    yea they are bad sometimes but sometimes they can really help people.

    ok back on topic.. that is hard for me to do but..
    anyone else talk to themselves or anything?
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    not me
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    i would find this confusing, if i didn't know better.
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    Is this really that confusing? Hmm I guess it is. What do you think kimpy? I'm sure you might think that it is or not. I think it is kinda.
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    do u have conversations w/ urself, or u just think out loud? if it becomes bothersome, u should talk to a behavioral psychologist.
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    you should make friends w/ interesting people. That way you wont have to talk to yourself. Or you can continue talking to yourself to make other people believe you are interesting.

    which i am sure you are by the way.

    Podium... you are booty, by the way.

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    I really just think out loud. If i really started having converstations with myself I'd be pretty worried.
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    i talk outloud i guess..
    i dont really sit and say "hi" "oh hi"
    or anything like that
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    haha yea i do that too
    it can be fun
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    Heh, we've got this weird guy at the gym that talks to himself. It's the greatest when he gets interrupted by other imaginary personalities.
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