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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by macswitcha2, Jan 28, 2011.
describing someone with a aptitude for reading difficult and dense books like philosophy?
I was going to say disciplined - as in self-disciplined - but focused is better.
It varies on your intention. Are you:
1) describing yourself?
2) describing a friend?
3) describing someone you don't like?
4) describing someone that you would like to make sexy time with?
How about: "He/She has an aptitude for reading difficult and dense books, like philosophical tomes."
Yes, often expressed as "gifted".
Either that, or an Idiot Savant.
Sometimes the lines are blurred.
"Patient" is a good one.
I speak as one of those being described so I feel allowed to answer in such a way....
Lol, as in "won't ever get laid. Ever."