1) Substitute - I get this guy but, moreover, he totally gets me. And there never was a more considerate ENTP out there.
Awww, love ya too schweetums
Originally Posted by Blackmail!
I remember I used to feel quite close to Nemo or Substitute in the past.
Nemo, because he had quite a good analytical mind mixed with a delightful enthusiasm, and Substitute, well... maybe because we shared many common cultural roots... (Could you call that Frenchiness?)
Certainement, mais je t'ai oublié, c'était longtemps quand même
I really dig Nemo too though.
Originally Posted by entropie
Does insulin not come from the pancreas ?
You are not up to date, my liver already left me like two years ago. She took everything out of the house, except the guinea pig. She said she does not want to care for that stinky little fellow.
Nowadays I sit here, alone on a chair in an emptie room, in front of the laptop, caring for my pig in my lap. Drinking beer... I recently bought monocles in big and mini for me and my pig and I think about starting over in a new field of intrest
you're posting gold here, pally.
I'd really, really like to invite Night to my salubrious drawing room, where we shall sit upon leather chesterfields and sip at our chosen tipples and make each other laugh and wonder the evening long. And yes, I do have a drawing room with leather chesterfields in it
Ils se dï¿½merdent, les mecs: trop bon, trop con..................................MY BLOG!
"When it all comes down to dust
I will kill you if I must
I will help you if I can" - Leonard Cohen
Edahn: I like some of his interests and how he approaches them, I however haven't invested as much time into them. Nor am I necessary willing to expose myself to that extent, I'm terribly stubborn at times.
Antisocial one: I actually identify a lot with some of his thoughts, he sounds almost exactly like I was at 12 or so. Not in a demeaning patronizing way though, In some respects I still have a similar mentality. Just not as strong or as intense as it once was. I like and admire that outlook in some instances. I actually do contemplate at times why I necessarily have to tow the line between those two worlds, I often wish that there was something radically different about me so I could be fully invested in one aspect of life. I hate being in the gray area between the two.
Uberfuhrer: In a weird way I actually relate a lot to the way he expresses himself. I can see similar reasons for why he engages the way he does and the surprising, to him at least, way people gravitate towards him and view him.
My cold, snide, intellectual life is just a veneer, behind which lies the plywood of loneliness.