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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13 View Post
    I saw queer as folk once as I was channel surfing. There I saw what was perhaps the greatest love scene EVER: There were 2 guys, one a violinist, one just a hot dude. Hot dude knocks on fiddler's door and says "You owe me a song." Fiddler says: "What would you like?" Hot dude: "Something romantic." So fiddler starts playing Meditations from Thais by Massenet. He gets really into it (he's playing while standing on his bed btw), and hot dude stands up. He walks to fiddler's bed, hops on, fiddler stops playing, and they start making out. Both are gorgeous, so I enjoyed it ... Then it flips to some shower scene somewhere and I change the channel. The end.
    A valid contribution. Thank you for the image.
    Yet the expression was currency before the show about hot gay men.
    As is frequently the case.

    Quote Originally Posted by DeliriousDisposition View Post
    Perhaps, in this case, it's a sort of coping mechanism for comfort. It might've reduced her stress. I think laughter often does.

    I'm curious. Is it alway a sort of "giggle" or can it be something of a diffused "haaa" as well?
    Haaa... I can cope with. Even the odd ill-advised chortle. It's the constant giggling used as an audible full-stop that irritates me. (just why?)
    Look out for it and you will start to see it everywhere. Then it will really start to piss you off and you'll want to kill me for pointing it out.
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Haaa... I can cope with. Even the odd ill-advised chortle. It's the constant giggling used as an audible full-stop that irritates me. (just why?)
    Okay, I don't do THAT.

    Look out for it and you will start to see it everywhere. Then it will really start to piss you off and you'll want to kill me for pointing it out.
    I hate you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix13
    Oh, that's a good one... I'm leaving my response though because it's that hot.
    Yesss, why yesss, it isss.

    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    Haaa... I can cope with. Even the odd ill-advised chortle. It's the constant giggling used as an audible full-stop that irritates me. (just why?)
    Look out for it and you will start to see it everywhere. Then it will really start to piss you off and you'll want to kill me for pointing it out.
    I see. I wasn't entirely sure at first. I've seen it countless times and I do notice it often enough. We are in agreement. I can barely tolerate that sort of behaviour either. It sometimes depends if I'm close to the person, though, I won't mind it as much.
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    irl or text?

    i do it in text when i'm laughing with someone...joking or think the conversation is funny...not serious.

    so if i said...omg!! i can't believe you did that!! haha
    you would know i thought it was funny and i'm not mad.
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    Insecurity, because they don't trust that they're be liked. The laughter releases tension in the speaker and coaxes the other person into laughing, and you can't laugh and be irritated at the same time. Easy. NEXT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    Insecurity, because they don't trust that they're be liked. The laughter releases tension in the speaker and coaxes the other person into laughing, and you can't laugh and be irritated at the same time. Easy. NEXT!
    That's sad. I'm quite insecure though and I don't do it. Are you saying that women are more insecure when communicating than men, or just that it's more important to them to be liked?

    Yeah, I kinda answered my own question there.

    But it doesn't work if it makes you want to wring their necks... am I the only one who feels this way?
    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    irl or text?

    i do it in text when i'm laughing with someone...joking or think the conversation is funny...not serious.

    so if i said...omg!! i can't believe you did that!! haha
    you would know i thought it was funny and i'm not mad.
    Now you come to mention it.....
    j/k.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    That's sad. I'm quite insecure though and I don't do it.


    Are you saying that women are more insecure when communicating than men, or just that it's more important to them to be liked?
    Hm. I do think they're different. Insecurity has to do with self-trust. You can have a high need to be liked, but trust yourself that you'll get it every time. I'm not sure. I should add that I don't think women are truly insecure, in the sense that that's their identity; I think they have insecure thoughts.

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    ^^ blue...i don't even know what that means
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    ^^ blue...i don't even know what that means
    ooops. I should have added a haha!
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    ^^ nope...still don't
    i think i've decided you nt's confuse me
    people usually don't...it's quite odd for me.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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