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depends very much on our environment and current state of being.
People aren’t constant. We aren’t always smart or dumb, mean or nice, quiet or talkative. Most people act differently in different situations. And it makes perfect sense. A computer engineer is smart when he solves his cousin’s computer problems, but dumb when he makes the wrong turn in the city. He’s not smart nor dumb: he’s good at one thing (solving computer problems) and bad at another (directions). People aren’t as nice when they’re tired and hungry. We’re more animated after drinking coffee. Sometimes we forget what we’re thinking about with certain people.
That’s why it’s difficult to label people. We all do it though. I do it quite often. It’s easy. It’s programmed into our brains. We naturally find ways to make sense of the world. I guess it’s because people are complicated.