Andy Fair, Researcher & Waffler Extraordinaire

Why is it that when you are confronted with something along the lines of "talk about yourself", you instantly clam up and can't think of anything to say? They say that being scared of the dark, mice, spiders, snakes etc. are all related to our days as cavemen, but where does this reticence to talk about a subject when asked to come from? Our days in prehistoric times when we were all middle management?


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