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just realized that i don't subvocalize when i think either -- regardless of sprache.

Who else /non-subvocalizer/ here on /lit/?
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This board is so pathetically psued that anons will attempt to intellectually distinguish themselves with the most asinine features.
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>>12388376
>having a high bandwidth brain is an asinine feature
no greater shibboleth of a subbie
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>>12388365
Thinking in the english language doesn't require you to have deep mental processes going on in your brain. Look at your post, the shit quite literally oozes out of your fingers.



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