1. You wake up in the middle of the night with a brilliant idea that is completely impractical and can’t get back to sleep until you’ve worked out every little detail.
2. You indulge in (and are quite renowned among friends for) making completely random, yet very accurate observations.
3. You have a million good ideas and a thousand unfinished projects.
4. You say more in the 2 sentences that you do say than most people do in the their 7,596 sentences.
5. Once you obsess over something and later master it, it gets boring and you move on.
6. You ignore things that most people laugh at because they are obvious and stupid, and you are the only one laughing at something subtle and clever.
7. You debate with yourself about the meaning of every word.
8. Social relationships are a paradox to you, but you can blend in rather well. “Chameleon” is a word you can relate to.
9. People think you are unobservant when, really, you simply notice different things than most.
10. You’re often told that you think too much.
11. You can get a lot done – as long as it’s the stuff you’re not meant to be doing.
12. You confuse everyone around you with words far too long for casual conversation.
13. You’re not paranoid, it’s all perfectly logical.
14. Sometimes you come up with something that you think is exactly how you wanted to put it, but people just get more confused, despite how simple it seems to you.
15. You have spent a whole night of not sleeping, pondering something, and then after asking someone about it the next day, realize that you’re the only one who seems to care.
16. You have intentions to do anything and everything… eventually.
17. You refuse to do some things in the name of “intellectual principles”.
18. You can give logical justification for every action you’ve ever taken.
19. When you tell your parents/employer your room/office is “not trashed! It’s got complex order!”
20. When you obsessively use parenthesis or slashes in your sentences (well not necessarily in your sentences; just running off on tangents when speaking/writing, and being in the necessity to find a means of keeping it all clear).
i think it is eerily accurate.
especially 2, 4, 7, 10-16, and 20 (really, it's almost reflexive).