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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by miss kermie, May 8, 2012.
Not sure how that has any relevance...but...
Because I posted within 1 minute of your posting.
Oh...I get it! I'm enlightened.
Are you like waiting at me anxiously to make another post or something?
Depends on how you see it.
(stupid post timer)
Yeah...I have nothing more to say now...
I was just contemplating this last night. I understand why people do it, but it still bugs me how most people refuse to admit that they have a dark side? Being aware, and having some sort of relationship with is healthy, so long as you don't lose your moral compass, of course. So my question is, who here is not afraid to acknowledge they have a dark side, and explore it when necessary? *raises hand*
By the way, this was sparked when I read about a survey in which a high percentage of people, 84 percent of woman and ninety-something percent of men have fantasized about killing someone.
I honestly have never known anyone to deny that they have a dark side, but then again, I've never really known anyone to actually come forward and proclaim they have a dark side... everyone has a dark side, I guess some people's dark sides are more dominent in their personality than other sides, and as such, are more vocal about it than others.
Sure, I have a dark side myself, but it doesn't show itself too often, so I don't think about it a whole lot, so I don't go around talking about having a dark side.
I freely admit I have a dark side. All one would have to do is thumb through one of the notebooks I use for doodling to see that.
I think the only thing people need to do is read my posts here
I think my dark side is usually the dominant side
Both as a person and Christian, I'm always aware that I have quite a dark and sinful side to my personality. Perhaps not as extreme as killing someone, but still.
As much as I love Hall & Oates... does "Maneater" really count as a Halloween song?
I guess from a literal point of view, then yeah, maybe.
I think that some people refuse to admit it because they're nervous that any "unsavory" or dark tendencies that they may have are there. Lots of people are invested in a certain facade and are determined to make sure that it won't break at any cost. As someone's who been down before, I will admit that I do have a dark side.
*breathing through filter sound effect*
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Well, honestly, who the heck doesn't revel in their dark side now and then? Come on, it's fuuuun! You know you want to!
I dont really chew it I just twirl it but this girl swore she saw me chew it once. *****. thats to the girl not to you.
Why is it that with Windows 7, you can't arrange/sort any of the thumbnails in your folders in any random ordering you want by dragging them inbetween one another, like you could in XP?
My question? Why do people associate the way others dress up with their sexuality? I'm Miss Straigher McStraightington and I probably more likely to wear a costume meant for the opposite gender these days! Yeah, it can be true in some cases, but still!
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