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Forming Complete Sentences Is Hard

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By Chocoreaper   |   
Published: September 26, 2014
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Whether trying to explain something verbally to a group of people, trying to make a speech in a presentation, confessing your feelings for someone, trying to apologize, etc. you're always gonna pass through this awkward period of buffering for words and trying to arrange them in order. And it's usually done LESS THAN AN INSTANT when the situation calls for you to speak in an instant. And flawlessly.

Debaters and stand-up comedians have talent. That is all.

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Doodlz18 Artist
that's me all the time, sometimes I get it right
other times I feel like I said something in gibberish o_o
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kazaki03Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Even though I used to do poetry speeches in elementary, Valedictory addresses, tons of oral reports and other speeches, I'm always at a loss for words and I don't usually get my grammar right due to a bit of nervousness (no matter how confident I may think I am, I'm just not lol), whether in English or Filipino (my native tongue).

And true, bless debaters and stand-up comedians. They're geniuses. X'D
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MedisrStudent General Artist
So True