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18th Aug 2012, 2:07 PM in LONG WAIT - in colorado springs
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uradhere 18th Aug 2012, 2:07 PM edit delete
uradhere
April 2011

So I met this "steph" girl a while back and shes a hip fish. spunky, doofy, prankster, with out a clue. We were pretty dynamite for a while.

I dont think I got the highlights high enough. Id like to blame some computer factor, but really I just wasnt paying proper attention. shrug that.

steph's hair is pretty
Im just so _____ right now, its hard to think straight
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MediocreMind 18th Aug 2012, 2:27 PM edit delete reply
MediocreMind
It's true, usually being politely forward (so long as the signals are all good) is the best method.

Scrabbling over the mountain of my own insecurities with women to tell a girl I'd been sitting with that she had a beautiful smile, terrifying as it was for me, lead me to the four year long happy relationship I've been in ever since.

You just do what yo' doin'.

Also, that last panel should be made into a desktop background. Just sayin', it's pretty awesome.
uradhere 18th Aug 2012, 6:20 PM edit delete reply
uradhere
yeah, its about time i put up a new wallpaper. that. myfriend. is a genius idea.
umbrella_policy 18th Aug 2012, 2:32 PM edit delete reply
umbrella_policy
dang, make it look all easy...

i like how inside the house looks from outside. NEAT SHIT!
SotiCoto 20th Aug 2012, 11:21 AM edit delete reply
SotiCoto
I'd never ask a thing like that.
I'd never get asked a thing like that.
I'd never be in a position to get an affirmative from a question like that.

For years I wondered why...
At first I suspected flaws on my part.
Then I suspected an overly defensive nature.
Then I realised it for the "self-sabotage" it was.
And finally I understood that, no matter the body's desires, my own choices embrace destruction and shun the normal path.


But it is still curious to watch those that can and do do this as a matter of course. What a different existence that must be.
uradhere 20th Aug 2012, 6:56 PM edit delete reply
uradhere
kissing girls can be a destructive thing.. I dunno. It seems like you might have a simpler time than I would at this sort of unabashed behavior. But maybe weirding people out and asking to kiss them is different. kindof is. *shrug.
SotiCoto 21st Aug 2012, 11:32 AM edit delete reply
SotiCoto
It can be destructive of your conscious aims, for sure... but it all stems from the body's basic imperative to recreate itself (which it needs help to do, obviously)... which itself is an expression of persistence, stability and order.
Fact is... the biology will try to MAKE you do things. The body IS a machine for persisting... that is what it does. The really crazy quirk is that life is so shoddily put together (on account of it being several billion years of trial and error) that we're actually able to deny it. But then most folk struggle to distinguish between conscious choice and biological urges.

Whether we do deny it or not though... that is our choice to make.
I sure as heck don't appreciate the biology I'm stuck in forcing me to do things without my say so. And it tends to be pretty obvious about it. If I "feel" I want something (or worse yet, just do it automatically), then it is generally the body that wants it and not me. If I wanted it myself, I'd have made a conscious, independent decision to want it, and remember having done so.


Heh... this is reminding me of the time I spent setting fire to my arm and seeing how long I could resist reflexively reacting to the pain. And I was all standing there with my arm on fire, visibly shaking and repeating: "Fuck you, arm! I am your master!" ... I never even made it to 30 seconds. But I kept trying.


... So... yeah. Basically that is what this is about for me. The biology wants something, and I won't let it have it because it doesn't further my own ends (whatever the hell they are).
uradhere 21st Aug 2012, 1:12 PM edit delete reply
uradhere
thats funny. I think i can sort of relate to that. But of all the different influences competing to inspire action out of me (my stomach, my will, my dick..) Id say 'spite' is sometimes the loudest. It kinda disguises itself as will sometimes, and if i think about it too hard I get a little disoriented.

sometimes I'll want to walk down a street and cross a 'no enter: construction zone' sign. And my spite asks me to go galloping through it. stuff like that. ..or maybe thats not the same thing..
SotiCoto 23rd Aug 2012, 10:33 AM edit delete reply
SotiCoto
I totally get that one.
It is still an instinctual thing... but I'm guessing it is some sort of dominancy thing. Like when a dog finds a spot another dog has marked and pisses over the top of it like to say "I'm takin this territory, what you gonna do about it?"

I totally get it though.
And I'm not so bothered about that sort of thing unless it just REALLY isn't practical. But where it turns out the quickest and most efficient route somewhere is through a fenced off area, the only question is whether I climb over the fence or cut a hole in it. >=D
mimama8me 30th Aug 2012, 6:00 PM edit delete reply
mimama8me
kissing girls for me has still retained that "eww!" factor from when I was a kid, because growing up is for old people! And, people who can't handle being kids anymore.
OneTwomoreMaybe 28th Aug 2013, 2:17 PM edit delete reply
yo drew her curvy cuz you'se into her yeah?