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Sometimes I'm afraid of making the other person think I'm bored so I end up acting like I'm bored, even when I'm not bored. Make sense? no, not really.


I don't know.. if my brain is active seeking connections I will start the involuntary twitching. If I'm focused I won't twitch. And if I'm bored I will consciously be doing something. I think the slouching thing is dead on though. I get lots of practice in lectures.

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