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Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by drazil, Jan 24, 2005.

  1. drazil

    drazil Member

    one day a psychologist was interviewing a client who wouldnt take an i.q test.when the psychologist asked him why,the patient asked him why it was so important.he gave his answer in the typical psyanalytical mumbo jumbo but upon going home the question kept churning ceaselessly in his mind.this troubled him so much that he quit his job and studied why the i.q test was so important.after a few years he realized tha he was letting a person with a moderate i.q pester him .so he went back to psychanalysing people.the moral of the story?theres isnt any,i 'm just bored
  2. John221

    John221 Senior Member

    Then I just wasted 30 seconds of my life reading that, damn you!
  3. drazil

    drazil Member

    make up your own moral.theres a few in there,i think.
  4. Samhain

    Samhain Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    sounds like the psychologist was being judgemental, after all if the guy wouldn't take the test how did he know he had a moderate IQ.
    also if the person had a high IQ would the psychologist not have gone back to his job.
    the moral is don't be judgemental and don't let other peoples judgements ruin your life
  5. mynameiskc

    mynameiskc way to go noogs!

    i think the moral is that it's very important for characters and their actions to be clearly identified when telling a story.

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