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Jim Moyes

What is normal?

Society would have us believe that to be normal we have to, walk, talk, look, sound even smell a certain way. To me that doesn't sound like political corectness it sounds more like "Brainwashing."

everywhere you look, you see or hear people saying Be yourself, Be an Individual so why is it that when people with Tourettes Be themselves they get laughed at or Ridiculed Because they are an individual. Basically society wants us to be ourselves, Just not around anyone.

I would like everyone to use there fingers as counters for a minute. Open up your hands, "both of them" and count how many "normies" they have met, that are






you ran out of fingers faster than you thought didn't you

So my question is? People with Tourettes have a reason for being those things!

What is the "Normies" reason?


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