I still have that problem. -_-
A lot lot lot. Misinterpreting the objective is a big one. Or, not bothering to fully investigate the objective because I assumed I understood it.Describe a moment when you've been completely wrong.
I've been wrong many times, but 9/10 times it is bc I misinterpret the objective. What about ya'll?
Yes. Learning to drive, I had to write L and R on my hands. I still struggle. I do okay off instinct, but if I must think about it, I get often become confused.ust curious did anyone else here have problems telling right from left when they were younger?
I completely agree. Being proven wrong sucks, but being dismissed boils my blood. I love a good debate.I am wrong a lot.
I am not nearly as bothered by being wrong as I am by being causally dismissed as wrong. If I am wrong then show me why, if you have a strong logical basis for disagreeing with me (or even a subjective basis that takes details I had not accounted for but that influence the outcome in a highly meaningful manor) and if you are able to display that it is stronger and based in better assumptions and facts than what I have been going on then I would like this information. But to be dismissed without knowing all of my facts and assumption and without giving yours is enough for me to lose most of my desire to interact with a person.
pshhh, just this week, I was playing a friend with my friend backseat playing, went something like this
Definitely that. Mostly because of some assumption.Sometimes in the middle of writing or explaining long arguments, I realise I am wrong right in the middle. What I often do in this situation is subtly change the direction of my argument to make it look like I was right all along.