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    we have some depth to us right? the internet is trying to convince me otherwise

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    i have a lot of depth. i just save it for the right times.
    it is there waiting to be expressed, though.

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    Err, yeah you do, of course you do. *shakes fist at the internets*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    Err, yeah you do, of course you do. *shakes fist at the internets*
    Teh tinternets are intimidated. :horor:

    I like me some SP's depth in a different direction, yet depth nevertheless.
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    Fi is deep, but it's a private pool, no one else is allowed to swim in it.


    Unless they're hot.
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    I don't know,... I'm pretty shallow,.. and as such want to make myself feel better by bringing you down toooo,..lololol
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    Lol, that's like saying water isn't wet. :p

    j/k, SP's are awesome!
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    We are extremely deep.

    We are masters of gleefully enjoying the here and now, but that doesn't mean we don't have a trove of inner thoughts, feelings, and ideas.

    I think the meaning of "depth" is as subjectively defined as "love" by most.

    Even a sociopath can tell a person that they love them.

    And on the same note if an overly complicated person with poor communication skills accuses SPs of not having any depth, maybe that is just a reflection of their own excessive complexity?

    S/N differences here can play a big part in things.

    I know I don't feel the need to talk alot, but my wife feels alot better when we do, so I acccomodate that. The fact that makes her happy keeps us both happy, and because I was willing to discuss things that were on her mind "in depth" WHEN she wanted to, it allows her to then cut me loose to be my happy-go-lucky goofball self again for awhile until she wants to talk again.

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    I can be deep.. sometimes.. I just never express it outloud
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    Quote Originally Posted by BerberElla View Post
    Teh tinternets are intimidated. :horor:

    I like me some SP's depth in a different direction, yet depth nevertheless.
    Thinking outside the box?

    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    Fi is deep, but it's a private pool, no one else is allowed to swim in it.

    Unless they're hot.
    The water is hot. Careful you don't burn your toes.


    I'm as deep as a paddling pool.

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