Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by marbchic, Jan 24, 2009.
. . .or just dish it out?
I can take it. I sometimes act pissed just to watch someone squirm.
i can take and dish out everything
except anal or ass to mouth or anything that involves anyones asshole or anything that comes out of it.
I can take it as long as the other person doesn't get offended and then I get really offended because the other person could dish it out and couldn't take it, and so on and so on. Basically I am happy as long as everyone plays by the rules of dishing it out and taking it.
i can take it, sure
It depends on what 'it' is.
I'm not going to agree to that before I know the ground rules babe.
I laugh at those people.
You can take it......in fact, I've seen you take it.
Well I do drink a lot.
You wanna see it again?
I'm assuming DP.
If I dish it out I have to take it. That is the way it fucking works.
i prefer to avoid both the taking and the dishing out. this makes me rather fond of solitude. those who resent my fondness for solitude have their own problems.
(i also have to agree with "unknown". that is indeed "how it works".)
I think you resent your own fondness for solitude and as a result are projecting the idea that people resent it as well, onto fictional others in your mind.
I endorse this message. Men should have friends, as Epicurus said.
No. I can't take it at all.
I take it hard and often
Right. Perhaps they shouldn't. Or sometimes they should, sometimes not.
The second one. I don't like the idea that a person should "have friends". I don't like the inevitability of ideas like that. Not that I don't have friends or not like having friends, but really we're just canvases. Someone without friends is just a unique painting. There are instances where I think some people make excuses for their loneliness and there are some instances where I think people simply don't need friends to be happy. I see them as icing on the cake rather than the cake.
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