My intellect is hilariously profound. And that ruffles a lot of feathers. But it isn't going to tremulize my journey towards greatness one little bit.
NOT ONE LITTLE BIT, INSECTS.
I try my best to be modest. In fact I'd say I'm far more modest than anyone else.
In the shoes of a genius
Joined on 2/19/05
Posted by sharpnova - September 9th, 2021
In a world where the norm tends to be mediocrity, what can be said about one such as myself? One who shits out ground-breaking philosophy in between recess and lunch?
I've forgotten more original, world-changing ideas than you buffoons have ever heard of, let alone attempted to create.
In a word, intellectuosity.
Sorry if that's a few too many syllables for you lot.
Posted by sharpnova - December 8th, 2020
I define intellect. If I had to use a term to describe the depth and breadth of my mind, smartellect would probably be the best way to go.
And this rubs a lot of people here the wrong way.
And I thrive on that. Because my mind transcends those petty squabbles.
You absolute children.
Posted by sharpnova - October 19th, 2020
My mind has peered deeper into the abyss than any before it. Enough to beg the question: When Nietzsche said it was likely to peer back, is it really the abyss looking back or just me? Because I'm smartellectual af.
This ruffles some feathers. That is to be expected. It changes nothing.
*walks away looking ridiculously badass*
Posted by sharpnova - April 26th, 2020
So as pretty much everyone here knows, I'm a legit genius.
The problem is, how to handle that. For me it's fun. I get to peer deep into the inner workings of the universe and see more and further than any man or woman before me.
But for all of you it is intimidating, infuriating, and pretty damn mysterious.
I guess what I'm asking is if any of you have had experience dealing with this problem. How do you bridge that great chasm of experience?
Posted by sharpnova - March 28th, 2020
Do you know how in Bleach when people would go near people with really high spiritual pressure, they would feel wobbly and weak and have trouble standing?
That is the effect my intelligence has on people. It's called intellectual pressure and it's a thing. When you're around me, especially in a math or physics setting, it can be difficult to function properly. You will feel mentally and physically weak.
I can't really control it. I try to be modest. I try to be humble and "keep it in my skull" so to speak. (notice how I use phrases like 'so to speak' which right off the bat should show you the extent of my intellectuosity) but it tends to bleed out.
I'm highly intellectuous af and I guess what I'm saying is that I'm not going to apologize for that. But it's not without its hardships. Do you have any idea what it's like to just "get" any job you apply for? To always be overqualified in anything you do? To virtually crush people in every argument you have? To have people just cringe and shy away from talking to you out of raw respect and unmitigated intellectual inferiority?
No. You probably don't. And if you think you do? Lol. It's just a clear sign that you don't.