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If you talk to yourself, Does that Make you Crazy?
Rage Nakasa at 12:48PM, Dec. 3, 2007
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Yesterday at work I said our to myself… Should I be worried?
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Xmoor at 2:25PM, Dec. 4, 2007
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I tend to go with how long of a conversation I'm holding and who's around to hear it…
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Webreever at 2:56AM, Dec. 5, 2007
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Even before my parents put me on Anti-psychotics and Anti-depressants, I talked to myself all the time. I'm still on the psychotics but I still talk. For some reason it helps me remember things and strengthens my ideas and beliefs. Kind of like when you read something out loud, you remember it better.

In my experience there are some differences:

Crazy and Insane are not the same, in my Definition an Insane person, is someone who is too introverted, almost to the point where he/she could hurt others possibly because he/she believes that they don't exist.

Crazy? I can live with that. I know plenty of good, hard working people who would be dubbed crazy because of ideas or what not.
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jimmy_genocide at 4:46AM, Dec. 5, 2007
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ok so its been established that we all talk to ourselves…


but does that really mean we are all sane? well taking into concideration we are a community forged in the name of webcomic-ing for a site titled drunk duck


sounds pretty normal to me

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Xmoor at 5:10AM, Dec. 5, 2007
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Dockworker at 7:43PM, Jan. 26, 2008
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There's nothing insane about talking to yourself.
Sometimes it's the only way to ensure that your thoughts maintain some assemblance of continuity. Ideas sound differently when put to words, they have more weight. So, I guess I would even suposit that talking to yourself can help you maintain sanity.

If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times. "Talking to yourself isn't crazy; it's the ones who talk to people who aren't there that are a full deck short of a poker game."
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CoyoteLongshot at 10:31PM, Jan. 26, 2008
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It seems more like a personality trait to me than a matter of whether or not you're crazy. Either you do or you don't, a lot of my friends do it. I talk to myself all the time when I'm by myself. It's nice to have a conversation with someone who always agrees with you sometimes.
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Drasnus at 11:58AM, Jan. 27, 2008
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Only if you talk back.
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UltimaXG2 at 9:00PM, Feb. 4, 2008
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I must be the only one here that's NOT crazy! Even Patton, the evil gnome that lives in my eyebrow says so!
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