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# 1 : Saturday 18-7-2015 @ 22:39
 
 
Eye contact is mighty powerful stuff.
Even with animals they look you straight in the eye. It's a bit mental .
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# 2 : Saturday 18-7-2015 @ 23:03
 
 
I always make full on eye contact and sensually bite my bottom lip when placing the stick that separate our groceries.
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# 3 : Saturday 18-7-2015 @ 23:10
 
 
Someone said :
It's a bit mental .

You're a bit mental.

I hate when people don't make eye contact when you're talking to them.
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# 4 : Saturday 18-7-2015 @ 23:55
 
 
Someone said :

You're a bit mental.

I hate when people don't make eye contact when you're talking to them.

I make eye contact, but its irregular and conversation based as I find it very-very weird to those that never lose a moment at staring at you.

The middle point is admitedly hard to describe from my side but I think its mostly an organic situational thing .
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# 5 : Sunday 19-7-2015 @ 00:02
 
 
Someone said :
Eye contact is mighty powerful stuff.
Even with animals they look you straight in the eye. It's a bit mental .

Did you get a hard on eyeing up a sheep?
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# 6 : Sunday 19-7-2015 @ 00:46
 
 
Part of my Asperger Syndrome is difficulty with eye contact.
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# 7 : Sunday 19-7-2015 @ 01:39
 
 
I found people's mouths tell me more about them, than their eyes.
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# 8 : Sunday 19-7-2015 @ 02:30
 
 
Blah,how can "blah blah blah" supercede "oh eye eye eye",don't be a blahsphemer.
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# 9 : Sunday 19-7-2015 @ 02:42
 
 
Blah has lovely big gay eyes.
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# 10 : Sunday 19-7-2015 @ 09:47
 
 
Someone said :
Blah,how can "blah blah blah" supercede "oh eye eye eye",don't be a blahsphemer.

It's all about the super-seed with you ;p
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# 11 : Sunday 19-7-2015 @ 10:17
 
 
Someone said :

I hate when people don't make eye contact when you're talking to them.

I tend to look at a person's mouth when talking in close proximity. And also a little eye contact. I think I look at their mouth because I'm lip reading to an extent even though I'm not deaf, but maybe my hearing isn't 100%.
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# 12 : Sunday 19-7-2015 @ 10:19
 
 
Someone said :

Did you get a hard on eyeing up a sheep?

Not really into sheep. They're a bit thick and very smelly. Cows however have lovely dreamy eyes. *blissful sigh*
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# 13 : Sunday 19-7-2015 @ 10:26
 
 
Trick for people who find eye contact difficult :
look at the third eye, the spot slightly above the space between the eyes.
People will still feel eye contact, without you feeling the discomfort...
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# 14 : Sunday 19-7-2015 @ 11:47
 
 
Someone said :
Trick for people who find eye contact difficult :
look at the third eye, the spot slightly above the space between the eyes.
People will still feel eye contact, without you feeling the discomfort...

Plus they will either think you are socialy inept or just plain crazy.
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# 15 : Sunday 19-7-2015 @ 11:51
 
 
Someone said :
Blah has lovely big gay eyes.

Column do something. JA is stereotyping. There are no 'gay eyes' - only stereotypes.
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