Does gaydar improve ur 6th sense?

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    Oct 07, 2011 8:03 PM GMT
    I dont know if i should call it a 6th sense or not lol.

    But i run into situations like that a lot, mostly when judging people. Like i and my friends get to know a new person, then for some reasons i may feel something uncomfortable about that person and when i tell my friends about that hey usully say that i'm being mean to the new guy/girl. But after a while, that one truly turns out to be troublesome to eveyone.

    I think the gaydar may have something to do about this, since it has made me become sensitive about every movement of other people.
  • Neurons

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    Oct 07, 2011 8:08 PM GMT
    No, but it improves your 7th sense.

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    Oct 07, 2011 8:14 PM GMT
    My gaydar has been broken for a while now. I'm the wrong guy to ask.
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    Oct 07, 2011 10:14 PM GMT
    TheKrisPandemic saidNo, but it improves your 7th sense.

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    OMG TROLLILEO!!! Gaydar I think is more of a combinations of your other scenes sight and smelling possibly tasting. Sixth sense is more tied to intuition maybe being empathetic.
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    Oct 07, 2011 10:17 PM GMT
    Not really, my 6th sense is fine (clairvoyance and stuff) but i have no gaydar really
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    Oct 07, 2011 10:18 PM GMT
    My Intuition tells me that you are correct.

    With gaydar we look for sometimes hidden clues to the other guy's sexuality.

    That ability to see past what is being consciously revealed is very useful.

    Of course it depends on how narrowly focused one is. Some gays can sniff out a fellow gay but seem not to notice when that guy is lying to them.

    I'm glad your gaydar is working for you.
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    Oct 07, 2011 11:31 PM GMT
    tyklong saidI dont know if i should call it a 6th sense or not lol.

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    I think the gaydar may have something to do about this, since it has made me become sensitive about every movement of other people.


    1. Sight
    2. Hearing
    3. Touch
    4. Smell
    5. Taste
    6. Balance
    7. Time
    8. Momentum

    and then there's
    9. Perspective
    10. Decency
    11. Style

    Which sixth sense were you referring to?

    Perhaps you have:
    12. Skepticism

    which has honed your rational observation that the usual clueless dolts overlook because they still believe in magic. You know, when someone is clearly lying, but nobody except you hears it as a lie.
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    Oct 07, 2011 11:37 PM GMT
    mickeytopogigio said
    tyklong saidI dont know if i should call it a 6th sense or not lol.

    ...

    I think the gaydar may have something to do about this, since it has made me become sensitive about every movement of other people.


    1. Sight
    2. Hearing
    3. Touch
    4. Smell
    5. Taste
    6. Balance
    7. Time
    8. Momentum

    and then there's
    9. Perspective
    10. Decency
    11. Style

    Which sixth sense were you referring to?

    Perhaps you have:
    12. Skepticism

    which has honed your rational observation that the usual clueless dolts overlook because they still believe in magic. You know, when someone is clearly lying, but nobody except you hears it as a lie.


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    Oct 08, 2011 2:32 AM GMT
    mickeytopogigio said

    Which sixth sense were you referring to?

    Perhaps you have:
    12. Skepticism

    which has honed your rational observation that the usual clueless dolts overlook because they still believe in magic. You know, when someone is clearly lying, but nobody except you hears it as a lie.


    Yes i have to agree with you that i have skepticism,i tend to feel suspicious about a person all the time, but only if that person is actually having something fishy underneath

    . I just think people who tend to stay silent in a conversation and observe (like me) may have some ability to feel other persons' personalities.
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    Oct 08, 2011 2:38 AM GMT
    TheKrisPandemic said
    mickeytopogigio said
    tyklong saidI dont know if i should call it a 6th sense or not lol.

    ...

    I think the gaydar may have something to do about this, since it has made me become sensitive about every movement of other people.


    1. Sight
    2. Hearing
    3. Touch
    4. Smell
    5. Taste
    6. Balance
    7. Time
    8. Momentum

    and then there's
    9. Perspective
    10. Decency
    11. Style

    Which sixth sense were you referring to?

    Perhaps you have:
    12. Skepticism

    which has honed your rational observation that the usual clueless dolts overlook because they still believe in magic. You know, when someone is clearly lying, but nobody except you hears it as a lie.


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    There is a small, but vocal RJ group that is on a crusade against beliefs that dont match their own, based on the belief that their mental faculties are superior to others'...
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    Oct 08, 2011 2:39 AM GMT
    tyklong said
    mickeytopogigio said

    Which sixth sense were you referring to?

    Perhaps you have:
    12. Skepticism

    which has honed your rational observation that the usual clueless dolts overlook because they still believe in magic. You know, when someone is clearly lying, but nobody except you hears it as a lie.


    Yes i have to agree with you that i have skepticism,i tend to feel suspicious about a person all the time, but only if that person is actually having something fishy underneath

    . I just think because people who tend to stay silent in a conversation and observe (like me) may have some ability to feel other persons' personalities.


    What he is talking about is not true skepticism.. he is talking of the 100% conviction that people are lying... skepticism means you suspend judgement as to the veracity of any statement whatsoever
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    Oct 08, 2011 2:43 AM GMT
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    Oct 08, 2011 2:52 AM GMT
    Gaydar? What's that? Oh, you mean paying attention to someones social behaviors and mannerisms just like everyone is capable of... icon_rolleyes.gif

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    Oct 08, 2011 4:25 AM GMT
    kuroshiro saidGaydar? What's that? Oh, you mean paying attention to someones social behaviors and mannerisms just like everyone is capable of... icon_rolleyes.gif

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    Yeah right, for me gaydar is a skill to feel somebody's gayness, everyone has that but mostly the gays use it to find their same kinds so they got that skill much sharper than the other ones. Am i saying it right? icon_question.gif
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    Oct 08, 2011 4:28 AM GMT
    My Gaydar gets me into bad situations, not out of them.
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    Oct 08, 2011 4:32 AM GMT
    someguy saidMy Gaydar gets me into bad situations, not out of them.


    When this happens to me, I am reminded that I don't have gaydar
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    Oct 08, 2011 5:00 AM GMT
    intentsman said
    someguy saidMy Gaydar gets me into bad situations, not out of them.


    When this happens to me, I am reminded that I don't have gaydar



    Some of u guys have been saying this. Does it mean u never have the urge to find out the other guys gay or not, or that u actually try but can't feel anything?

    My straight friend always have the urge to find out the gay ones so that he could keep the distance from the ones he think that may be hitting on him in our workplace. Hence resulting in him having an even better gaydar than me. He is now even abusing my gaydar to reinforce his analyzed result, which is quite unpleasant.
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    Oct 08, 2011 5:17 AM GMT
    tyklong said
    mickeytopogigio said

    Which sixth sense were you referring to?

    Perhaps you have:
    12. Skepticism

    which has honed your rational observation that the usual clueless dolts overlook because they still believe in magic. You know, when someone is clearly lying, but nobody except you hears it as a lie.


    Yes i have to agree with you that i have skepticism,i tend to feel suspicious about a person all the time, but only if that person is actually having something fishy underneath

    . I just think people who tend to stay silent in a conversation and observe (like me) may have some ability to feel other persons' personalities.


    I personally believe that the person who says the least in a conversation or just generally keeps quiet and evades questions is he one hiding something.... and that raises a red flag about that person in my head... That is unless i get to know the person really well and conclude that he's just the quiet type.

    Also letting your straight friend abuse your gaydar to reinforce and analyse his results, well "That Was Stupid" *said out in the Staples "That was Easy" style*
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    Oct 08, 2011 5:33 AM GMT
    unfortunately it only increases prejudgement icon_neutral.gif
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    Oct 08, 2011 5:37 AM GMT
    I'm not great at telling who's gay and who isn't unless they're pretty obvious so I just hope all the hot guys I see are gay. My 6th sense doesn't seem to be so finely tuned either so maybe there is a correlation.
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    Oct 08, 2011 7:39 AM GMT
    jake11 said

    I personally believe that the person who says the least in a conversation or just generally keeps quiet and evades questions is he one hiding something.... and that raises a red flag about that person in my head... That is unless i get to know the person really well and conclude that he's just the quiet type.

    Also letting your straight friend abuse your gaydar to reinforce and analyse his results, well "That Was Stupid" *said out in the Staples "That was Easy" style*


    Um well, i did state that it is unpleasant 8-) and apparently there's something to be fixed if it bugs me more, i don't say "That Was Intelligent" anyway, i'm a normal person, i tend to be stupid sometimes.

    Silent ones are obviously hiding something, but considering that's sometimes not a bad thing right? Obviously i don't do any harms, instead i give people warnings that they don't believe anyways. I don't even need to make up plans and prove how troublesome a person might be, he/she will just give himself/herself away. In fact i'm just hiding how i feel towards a person i don't feel comfortable with.

    The next question is: if you don't feel comfortable with a person, but he/she will constantly appear in your hanging out weekends, at your workplace, in your class or in your clubs. Will you just tell that person how you feel so that they stop appearing in front of your face or just ignore him/her and act normal? Now that's what i call "hiding something".
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    Oct 08, 2011 7:53 AM GMT
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    Oct 08, 2011 7:55 AM GMT
    GreenHopper saidThere is a small, but vocal RJ group that is on a crusade against beliefs that dont match their own, based on the belief that their mental faculties are superior to others'...
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  • ursa_minor

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    Oct 08, 2011 9:02 AM GMT
    gaydar, 6th sense... to me they are just intuition, or it's extension. so it's no surprise that you attribute one's improvement for the other.
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    Oct 08, 2011 5:04 PM GMT
    Gaydar is just intuition, or a hunch. I'm pretty intuitive, so I think that's what plays into it. Usually my gut impression of a person is accurate. I've been wrong and I'm not afraid to admit that, but I'm correct far more times.