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Postby MongooseQuarrel on Wed Jan 22, 2003 3:56 pm

*grins* only one half the time- the rest Im jabbering in nonsensical american dashed with french "Ooooooo...sabbakiki! Narf doth thou no chevre? gah! Idiot mouse-ka-wits" =p

as for the state of 'girly'ness...really is in the eye o' thou watching. A purse is a handbag is a contaner for items too large to stuff inyer pockets...of course...I try to fit everything in my pockets, much to the dismay of innocent people asking for change :wink:
And that is a pretty big jump- ah well, gravitational changes, whatsay? *shrug*
Im not evil, just sorely underrepresented...
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 10915 on Wed Jan 22, 2003 6:06 pm

W.M.Y.L.G. Joe wrote:
They only want one thing from women and everything they do is for that goal.


Not always true.


I am referring to the guys that are only there to party. I'm not looking to offend anyone, it was that way when I went and I'm sure it hasn't changed. I guess they irritate me because I was the one that girls that got hurt by them ran to 'cause I was (am?) a "nice guy". :(

MongooseQuarrel wrote:*grins* only one half the time- the rest Im jabbering in nonsensical american dashed with french "Ooooooo...sabbakiki! Narf doth thou no chevre? gah! Idiot mouse-ka-wits"


But that's why we love ya. :D
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 10925 on Thu Jan 23, 2003 2:35 pm

Sheepdog wrote:The rest of them are pushing themselves for their education and are too pre-occupied to socialize. Most are too shy to talk to a pretty girl.

Correction: talk to a girl about non-class matters. (Still a last resort, I suppose.)

Sheepdog wrote:Sorry if I seem cynical, I guess I'm just a non-conformist at heart. :wink:

We're all nonconformists here, just like you. :)
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Postby Gloria on Thu Jan 23, 2003 2:37 pm

I am in the interesting position, personality-wise, of being both agressive and submissive at the same time. I am a leader, but I LIKE being told what to do, in most situations. The exceptions are mostly in the areas of art and personal beliefs. I CAN do things for myself, but I get worked up when I have to make decisions on how to proceed (a typical female predisposition).

So... I'm full of contradictions. yes.

another contradiction: I like to be left alone about what I do or think, but I like attention. I would even like it if people gossipped about me, because I would feel like the center of attention. But at the same time, I don't really feel qualified to be in the spotlight.

Also, I'm a conservative, but I dress in what many conservatives would consider to be a "liberal" manner. (I'm modest, but... different.)

I'm an artist, but art annoys me to no end.

And in the words of Anberlin:
"Boys speak in rhythm, and girls in code..."
(Or the alternate line which I like better):
"Boys speak in rhythm and girls just lie..."
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 10915 on Thu Jan 23, 2003 4:16 pm

Spectre_Eric wrote:
Sheepdog wrote:The rest of them are pushing themselves for their education and are too pre-occupied to socialize. Most are too shy to talk to a pretty girl.

Correction: talk to a girl about non-class matters. (Still a last resort, I suppose.)


I, as well as some of my friends, were shy around girls that we liked no matter what the topic.

Any time I liked some one and tried to tell her I'd just say or do something stupid. :oops:

Spectre_Eric wrote:
Sheepdog wrote:Sorry if I seem cynical, I guess I'm just a non-conformist at heart. :wink:

We're all nonconformists here, just like you. :)


It's nice to be among friends. 8)

Gloria wrote:So... I'm full of contradictions. yes...."


You sound normal to me. :wink:

Gloria wrote:"Boys speak in rhythm and girls just lie..."


>^..^<
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Postby MongooseQuarrel on Thu Jan 23, 2003 4:29 pm

*looks over Glor's latest post, and grins* sounds alot like what I do *looks over at Sheepdog* not that'd *I* be one to consiter myself normal..but I guess....normal is all in who's eyes yer gazin' out of at the time....
of course I get panicky, no matter what I do, cuz even if I don't think I care what other people think- I often find myself spinning in a fur-or hair...-ripping circle over how I'll probably get interpretted..bleg- love me, love my paraniod insecurities....or something like that....><
*looks around, then lies to the coffee cup about the meaning of a Reese's Peanutbutter cup...*
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 10925 on Fri Jan 24, 2003 9:44 am

Sheepdog wrote:
Spectre_Eric wrote:
Sheepdog wrote:The rest of them are pushing themselves for their education and are too pre-occupied to socialize. Most are too shy to talk to a pretty girl.

Correction: talk to a girl about non-class matters. (Still a last resort, I suppose.)

I, as well as some of my friends, were shy around girls that we liked no matter what the topic.

Any time I liked some one and tried to tell her I'd just say or do something stupid. :oops:


hmm, I suppose I managed to brainwash myself that I shouldn't "hunt" for a GF after being embarrased in such a way in Jr. high. I ran across a girl in one university course (Operating Systems Infrastructure), and we started comparing notes, and eventually started talking abotu ReBoot (CGI TV show) and became friends from there.


Sheepdog wrote:
Spectre_Eric wrote:
Sheepdog wrote:Sorry if I seem cynical, I guess I'm just a non-conformist at heart. :wink:

We're all nonconformists here, just like you. :)


It's nice to be among friends. 8)


Let's form a coalition of non-conformists! :P

Sheepdog wrote:
Gloria wrote:So... I'm full of contradictions. yes...."


You sound normal to me. :wink:

Gloria wrote:"Boys speak in rhythm and girls just lie..."


>^..^<


On that topic, Ilona is thinking of writing a book: Men are from Vulcan, Women are from Romulus. ...
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 10915 on Fri Jan 24, 2003 10:54 am

MongooseQuarrel wrote:*looks around, then lies to the coffee cup about the meaning of a Reese's Peanutbutter cup...*


*cracks up*
I'm going to save that one for later. :lol:

Spectre_Eric wrote:On that topic, Ilona is thinking of writing a book: Men are from Vulcan, Women are from Romulus. ...


I might start reading books again. :o
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Postby Zulu Amoz on Sat Jan 25, 2003 10:43 am

Sheepdog wrote:
Spectre_Eric wrote:On that topic, Ilona is thinking of writing a book: Men are from Vulcan, Women are from Romulus. ...


I might start reading books again. :o


That came after realizing that Men don't understand feelings all that well. And of course after ST:TNG Episodes "Unification I and II". It made me realize that Men (or most men, because I have met some emotional men) are usually like Spock. Very Logical, and don't understand why women are emotional, and not logical. Women on the other hand are like Commander Sella. Some can be coniving, others very emotional, and men just don't understand why we can cry and not be sad (or understand our motives).

This realization has actually helped me understand my fiance (Eric) better...
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Postby W.M.Y.L.G. Joe on Sat Jan 25, 2003 12:19 pm

Let's form a coalition of non-conformists! :P


Is that a little contradictory?
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Postby Crash on Sat Jan 25, 2003 1:42 pm

W.M.Y.L.G. Joe wrote:
Let's form a coalition of non-conformists! :P
Is that a little contradictory?


Actually, it's the most slf-consistent oxymoron I'ver read in a long time. :)
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Your ass is mine, Socrates!
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 10925 on Mon Jan 27, 2003 2:58 pm

IndigoMoon wrote:**Sidenote- Yeah, I'd categorize myself as a feminist. I am also a Christain. I oppose abortion. I am not one of those crazy radicals. I just don't believe in females being treated like subhumans. The term 'feminist' has gotten a bad rep, I just wanted to make it clear that we aren't all extreme militant leftist nuts.**


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27: For as many of you as have been baptized into Christ have put on Christ.
28: There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.
29: And if ye be Christ's, then are ye Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the promise.
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 10925 on Mon Jan 27, 2003 7:08 pm

Crash wrote:
W.M.Y.L.G. Joe wrote:
Let's form a coalition of non-conformists! :P
Is that a little contradictory?
Actually, it's the most slf-consistent oxymoron I'ver read in a long time. :)

Thanks... um, what do you mean? :)
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Postby Crash on Mon Jan 27, 2003 10:37 pm

Um, "self-consistent oxymoron" is in itself a contradiction... :)
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Your ass is mine, Socrates!
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Postby W.M.Y.L.G. Joe on Mon Jan 27, 2003 11:36 pm

*rubs temples* My head hurts >_<
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Postby IndigoMoon on Tue Jan 28, 2003 3:23 pm

Spectre_Eric wrote:Galations 3:
28: There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus.


Which is exactly why the angels in 'Dogma' are genderless. :wink: Thanks for the verse-age, Eric.
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Postby ZOMBIE USER 10925 on Tue Jan 28, 2003 4:48 pm

Crash wrote:Um, "self-consistent oxymoron" is in itself a contradiction... :)


Oh, I thought that you had meant something deeper than that?
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Postby Rico Underwood on Tue Jan 28, 2003 5:50 pm

*sniff* at least Devon loves me.

I say that knowing he's not here to rebute it. *cackle*
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Postby Gloria on Tue Jan 28, 2003 8:24 pm

*growls in Rico's direction*

He's MINE, ya hear?

*a voice comes from the next room*
Who's that, Glor?

*looks over her shoulder*
Oh, nothing, love. Just the natives getting restless.

Devon's voice: Oh. Well... are you gonna untie me, now?

Gloria: No.

Devon: Glor, I gotta PEE...

Gloria: There's a bucket in the corner.

Devon: Love, I'm tired. Can't you untie me for awhile?

Glor: No.

Devon: Love, I got nothing left! I don't see what your point is in keeping me tied up in here...

Gloria: *evilly* I'm not finished with you yet. *goes in to where Devon is and closes the door behind her*
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Postby W.M.Y.L.G. Joe on Tue Jan 28, 2003 9:42 pm

0_0

*confused silence*
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