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    Revelation Lauren Ashley's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    ^ Lol. Hey Lauren, I just read your location. Where exactly in your head are you?
    Currently? The interesting side. Oh wait, that's all of them...

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    well if we're talkin' people, - then i find people interesting who are full of contradictions . . . maybe i'm not saying it right . . . i guess i find unique people interesting & therefore i am very interested in unique people. i guess i am interested in general in whatever catches my eye or my mind's eye & what catches these "eyes" are things i haven't seen before or seen much of or are rare or vibrant or bold or mysterious . . . i could go on & on . . . this is a pretty broad topic not sure what the question is exactly

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    What you value and why? how? when? Explain in detail.

    I'm seeing it might occasionally be advantageous to be either way.
    Being an interesting person interested in an interesting person seems like the way to go. It ensures an exciting and, er, interesting dynamic without a whole bunch of hidden pressure or expectations.

    The other thing is that interesting people usually have healthy, full lives. If you catch such a person's attention, you know that it's because they really like what you bring, and not simply because they are settling for lack of any other options.

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    Being interested wins for me.

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    for me, being interested in myself and interested in other people is kinda the same thing. The more I know of myself, the more I am capable of identifying with and reciprocating in other people. The more I know of other people, the more I am able to appeal to them, understand my own value, and enrich my own experience. It is a self-propagating cycle. Being exclusive about it ruins it.

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    I wish this thread was more interesting, but I'm not motivated enought to make it happen myself.
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    Being intresting is easy, Being intrested not so

    that's if you're a dork of course
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