Unique Personalities

Vocabulary in Conversation

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   cynical      eccentric      egotistical      imaginative      indecisive      picky      sensible      sensitive      sophisticated      thoughtful   
Robin: Did you meet that guy, Richard, at the party last night?

Michelle: Oh my god, he was so . He kept talking about how intelligent he was and how much money he made. He even said he was thinking about becoming a professional model. Like that's ever going to happen!

Robin: And Brad, the artist from New York, he was rather ! He told me he sculpts and paints nothing but frogs. He even said he wanted to introduce a new line of frog jewelry. That's a little odd.

Michelle: He wasn't strange at all. I thought he was very . You have to be really creative to become such a successful artist. He was also incredibly - he almost started crying as he told me about his art. By the way, look at the ring he gave me.

Robin: He gave you a frog ring? That's the ugliest thing I've ever seen!

Michelle: It is not! I think it's really . He said his jewelry is the latest trend among the New York elite. Wasn't that of him to give me one of his creations?

Robin: Not really, I think he just wanted some free advertising.

Michelle: My god, you are so ! Wasn't there anybody you liked at the party?

Robin: Yeah, Bill was really nice. He was the only , clear-thinking person I met there.

Michelle: Oh, the waitress is coming. Have you decided what to order?

Robin: I'm not sure what to order. I just can't decide what I want.

Michelle: You're so . Nothing is ever good enough for you.

Robin: That's not true! I'm just a little .

Michelle: Well, you need to decide soon so we can order. I'm starving!
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