gen·ius /ˈdʒinyəs/ [jeen-yuhs] –noun, plural gen·ius·es, gen·i·i
- an exceptional natural capacity of intellect, especially as shown in creative and original work in science, art, music, etc.: the genius of Mozart.
- a person having such capacity.
- a person having an extraordinarily high intelligence rating on a psychological test, as an IQ above 140.
- natural ability or capacity; strong inclination: a special genius for leadership.
- distinctive character or spirit, as of a nation, period, or language.
- the guardian spirit of a place, institution, etc.
- either of two mutually opposed spirits, one good and the other evil, supposed to attend a person throughout life.
- a person who strongly influences for good or ill the character, conduct, or destiny of a person, place, or thing: Rasputin, the evil genius of Russian politics,
I am officially smart. Really. I am smarter than almost all of Malaysia. I am in the 98th percentile, and if you didn’t know what that meant, you just proved what I said. Indeed, I am so smart that I am sure Mensa Malaysia would want to sign me up immediately.
OH LOOK, THEY DO! (clickity on it)
In conclusion, I am smart. You can’t argue with science. Only fools would do that.
P.S. You could imagine this post was about 3 times longer, with good arguments about why I am smart and you are probably not. But I’m tired, I’m literally managing 3 events at once in school, and there really isn’t any need to home in my point any further.