I've been told that I analyse things just a little bit. An amusing hypothetical example was mentioned in that previous post by roadknight that I wanted to bring out in a post because it is _so_ me:
What I think is cool is your ability to analyze it, or more to the point everything that happens to you.I don't know if this is actually analysis but it does bring out my tendency to examine and vocalize just about everything.
If we were tossed off a Vogon space ship, about to die of asphyxiation in deep space, I wouldn't be surprised if you turned to me with your last few seconds and said "This is interesting" 'What?' "I'm getting little ice crystals in my aqueous humor and I can see them forming little snowflake patterns" 'Cool'
(Not that I could hear you, it being deep space and all, but I think you get the point).
So, in summary, I think it is good for me to talk about these things more. At times, they seem so trivial as to not be worth mentioning but I have experiential evidence that whether the events/feelings themselves are trivial or not, the process of talking about them is _not_ trivial and rather helps. So, hopefully, I'll be talking more here. But then, I've said that before and remained silent, so we'll see…