>shit you wear >assume taste
starting off by reposting what i posted in the last one, i want more hot opinions on my shit taste
I usually wear a form of this.
Glasses, Shoes, and Belt are the only ones that stay.
>i wouldn't say i have much more than slightly above average intelligence though
Adding on to what I ( ) said earlier, you chose a pinstripe sweater.
Pinstripe is subtle, but increases general physical attractiveness because of how it generally causes people who look at it to look along the lines, noticing the full length of the torso more, making the wearer seemingly taller, with some extra height for one's body type usually being a sign of health.
Choosing clothing even if one just thinks it looks nice to them personally, even subconsciously portrays a well working brain, being potential evidence for higher intelligence.
>dat sentence structure (It's like mine :D)
, it portrays some organizational skill (and a mind for it), which is also some more potential evidence for higher intelligence.
You shouldn't think you're more intelligent than you actually are, but you also shouldn't think you're less intelligent than you actually are.
If you're under the age of 25, you can still make yourself significantly more intelligent.
If you're past that age, you can still learn techniques that make you better at doing tasks associated with cognitive skills (like memorizing, calculating, etcetera) the rest of your life.
progressive childrens samba
punk is degenerate
more like 60's/70's/80's Reggae, Rock, and Motown and Death Grips/Earls new shit/some general hip hop but points for trying pleb
Emo, post-hardcore, "indie"
I kind of want to say black metal but the ring and sandals are throwing me off.
Baroque pop, jangle pop
idk what you mean but i like noise
emo, post hardcore, and indie are all shit except i fucking love leaves turn inside you
I'm going to sleep, so I (post above >>55678129)
like to have variety in my music (but I mostly listen to jazz, classical, contemporary-folk, 'dadrock', punk rock, emo, general electronic, world music, including mixed-genre stuff).
A good approximately 75% of what I've been listening to lately has been Jazz though.