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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    Edahn, if seriousness is learnt, and you're trying to relax that attachment with silliness, isn't it a rather serious endeavour for silliness?
    Good eye! It can be, but it doesn't have to be. The endeavor must be exercised and attempted with fun and curiosity instead of heaviness and guilt. I tried to address that a bit in saying that it's supposed to be fun, and not a chore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    We were glad to have you.
    I'll be glad to have you too. (and throw in Eddie please)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    I'll be glad to have you too. (and throw in Eddie please)
    Yaaaay! *breaks out in spontaneous wild wiggly dancing ala Ann-Margret*
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Yaaaay! *breaks out in spontaneous wild wiggly dancing ala Ann-Margret*
    *sneaks look at boss*

    *jiggles bottom on chair while smiling ala Mona Lisa*

    *takes a bow*

    That my friends, is the difference between truly Se silliness , and a controlled Ti silliness.

    This one's for you, Pink: People living deeply have no fear of death. - Anais Nin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    *sneaks look at boss*

    *jiggles bottom on chair while smiling ala Mona Lisa*

    *takes a bow*

    That my friends, is the difference between truly Se silliness , and a controlled Ti silliness.
    *discrete golf-clap-level applause*

    This one's for you, Pink: People living deeply have no fear of death. - Anais Nin.
    I love that.
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    Wow. I need this therapy hard core.

    A good step which has rubbed off on me is to surround yourself with RIDICULOUSLY silly people. It rubs off. An ESFP that I'm good friends with practically makes it his life goal to be a complete and total ass. I think one of my favorites is when he ran around jumping on chairs as a demented captain planet wearing a pair of tightie whities on the outside of his clothes and purple marker smeared all over his face.

    Me, on the other hand, am absolutely terrified of looking anything but in control of myself. And I hate attention, so that's another reason not to be silly. Usually, when I try to be silly and think back/see video or pictures I'm absolutely ashamed of myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    What's the last silly thing you did?
    I sang Patsy Cline’s classic “Crazy” to my children in the voice of Elmer Fudd:

    Cwazy
    Cwazy for feewing so wonewy...
    I’m cwazy
    Cwazy for feewing so bwue...

    That was last week, though. I know I’ve done silly things since then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfmaiden14 View Post
    Wow. I need this therapy hard core.

    A good step which has rubbed off on me is to surround yourself with RIDICULOUSLY silly people. It rubs off. An ESFP that I'm good friends with practically makes it his life goal to be a complete and total ass. I think one of my favorites is when he ran around jumping on chairs as a demented captain planet wearing a pair of tightie whities on the outside of his clothes and purple marker smeared all over his face.

    Me, on the other hand, am absolutely terrified of looking anything but in control of myself. And I hate attention, so that's another reason not to be silly. Usually, when I try to be silly and think back/see video or pictures I'm absolutely ashamed of myself.
    Dude, start right here! In this thread. Post something totally retarded... a picture of yourself picking your nose... a really bad joke... a SUPER SUPER embarrassing story that you can laugh at... the dumbest question you ever asked in public... or just one of the above. It's liberating, I promise.

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    Uhm... okay.. I'm not ridiculously ashamed of this one..



    is that good?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfmaiden14 View Post
    Uhm... okay.. I'm not ridiculously ashamed of this one..

    is that good?
    that's somehow cute. =D

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