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Author:  Squaredonutwheels [ Fri Jun 07, 2019 6:42 am ]
Blog Subject:  curiousity

I wonder if there is a string of words that applies to every situation.



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Author:  Snaga [ Fri Jun 07, 2019 8:01 am ]

You mean, a single, one-situation-fits-all, string of words? Or that for every situation, there is an appropriate string of words?

Author:  Squaredonutwheels [ Sat Jun 15, 2019 3:27 pm ]

[quote="Snaga"]You mean, a single, one-situation-fits-all, string of words? Or that for every situation, there is an appropriate string of words?[/quote]

Now I have two things to ponder when ever someone asks me something.

I invented this game to stop me from saying things that hurt people and now I'm going to end up saying one sentence for the rest of my life should I work it out!

Author:  Snaga [ Sat Jun 15, 2019 9:42 pm ]

I'm generally hurtful to those closest to me- and I haven't figured out a way of not doing it, at least once in a while. Short of completely removing my ability for speech.

Or dirty looks....

Author:  Squaredonutwheels [ Mon Jun 17, 2019 6:20 am ]

Same here. Especially if I want to tell them how much I like something about them but what I like about them is often what they don't like about themselves so they get hurt that I can even seen that part about them.

These days sometimes I just don't say anything and try to send them brain waves of love which is probably not the healthiest thing to do. Send brain waves that arn't real.

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