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i upped my meds-up yours: I don't mind relating, I just rarely get much out of it. I don't read people's cues well, so I don't get a lot of insight on who they are.


I read other people's social cues really well, actually. It's just that the social cues generally mean "We don't want to hang out with you."
 
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