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    Hux, I'd venture to say it depends on yourself. What you are at the time makes what you perceive at the time. Whether this potential being is induced by a thinking state or a feeling state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Same idea applies to most things. I tend to view what is seen in one dimension as superficial because it only is true in one sense and that is as it pertains to that one specific thing at that one specific time.

    Deeper things incorporate more than one dimension. They encompass multiple areas allowing for a deeper association, understanding, more worldly views, experiences, knowledge, or feelings.
    That was the answer that I kept coming back to for myself. However, I think that the intention is important as well, even if that does lead to some uncertainty about whether it could be or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRT View Post
    That was the answer that I kept coming back to for myself. However, I think that the intention is important as well, even if that does lead to some uncertainty about whether it could be or not.
    Not sure I understand what you are saying here. Intention can be considered another facet to consider, sure, another dimension.

    "....even if that does lead to some uncertainty about whether it could be or not."

    ^^I don't get that.


    The more areas something encompasses the deeper, and more rich, it becomes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatGirl View Post
    Not sure I understand what you are saying here. Intention can be considered another facet to consider, sure, another dimension.

    "....even if that does lead to some uncertainty about whether it could be or not."

    ^^I don't get that.


    The more areas something encompasses the deeper, and more rich, it becomes.
    It can lead to arguments if you're discussing it with someone. Like if you read too much into something, say a poem, but your friend didn't, there would be an inconsistency there. That's what I meant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
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    Depth is icky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112 View Post
    Oh my followd by

    Depth is icky.

    And let us never speak of this again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRT View Post
    It can lead to arguments if you're discussing it with someone. Like if you read too much into something, say a poem, but your friend didn't, there would be an inconsistency there. That's what I meant.
    Ha! Weird.

    Just before I came to check the forum right now, I was thinking about how sick I am of debating stupid people over what is stupid.

    I traced it down to a lack of depth by preference. Its like skinny and fat people. Some people can eat a very small meal and feel satisfied and content and others need more food to feel the same reaction.

    If I told the skinny person they hadn't eaten enough they would probably disagree since they feel the same as I do, full. They may even argue that I ate entirely too much.

    I doubt either is wrong, it is just different. Lol, this is very if a tree falls in the forest.....

    My initial definition still remains.

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    Songs about strippers are deep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRT View Post
    So I was having an argument with myself awhile back over whether some songs could be considered "deep" or not, and I couldn't really come up with a good answer. Is something "deep" if it talks about emotions? Or if it has a layered meaning? Or is it even describable? And the truth is, I don't know. I can't know. At least not in a way that I can argue with someone why *this* is "deep" while *that* isn't. I'm just going to have to be subjective. So, I want your opinion.

    What would you consider to be "deep"?

    EDIT: I'm asking for your opinion in general, not just songs.
    I think deep is simply anything that communicates a complex message of some sort
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    I think deep is simply anything that communicates a complex message of some sort
    While the truth is this: that every great truth is actually simple. I believe Tolstoy said that; and though he was a fool in some aspects, he was rather wise in terms of life.
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