Hmm, thanks. Your avatar is cute but I'm allergic to cats, so no worries I will take an antihistamine pill before talking to you. I'm not sure I want to live in a stable, but I will settle for a comfortable armchair and a cuppa any day...
Okay, you can be my friend. But I can't have *too* many, else they won't all fit into that little box on my homepage. I don't want to lose anyone's picture from there!
I will vacuum like a fiend and put her away (with catnip and a blanket animal lovers, I'm not heartless!) while we talk
Mmmmm, what's in the cuppa? Nope, that thought won't go away (gets up to put kettle on).
But I can't have *too* many, else they won't all fit into that little box on my homepage. I don't want to lose anyone's picture from there!
I can't define exactly WHAT it is, but that line feels like a heart-grabbingly-wonderful snapshot of true friendship. Hope we get to talk more.
I have great faith in fools. My friends call it self-confidence.
I feel as if I were walking into a garden of flowers with Fe.
[Interviewer: "What was it like to be defined by being beautiful?"]
Connelly: "It's uncomfortable to talk about - there's no way to come off right! If you say you are beautiful, you sound obnoxious, and if you deny it, doesn't that sound obnoxious?"
although some of my favorite people in the world live in Texas. Except they all think the state is as insane it actually seems to be.
To be fair, I find that local politics has a huge fraction of people with very wacky ideas, both on the left and the right. There's a lot of passion to be found there, where most people are content to go with the flow and take care of their own lives. That said, Texas has its own special breed of wackiness, owing to its history of having been a sovereign state for a few years.
An argument is two people sharing their ignorance.
A discussion is two people sharing their understanding, even when they disagree.