self help for those who've given up on the self-help aisle.
I don't know if you're aware of it but the picture on your profile makes you look a bit.....well, gay!
ding ding, i like putting it in men's tight butts..call me when you're ready to come out, sexy.
Come out; come out where? I hope you're not suggesting any funny business. I'm not a homosexualist!
it's okay, i know a good dj for the party
how lovely: a party. Crisp napkins, polished cutlery and the heartening sound of enlightened conversation from friends of 'the right sort'. But a dj? Arvo Part surely?
why surely, his 75th is coming up next year..make sure to be comfortable by then ;)
I think I may have spotted where you're going wrong: you're mixing in the wrong crowd. The two young chaps in 'the final light' I've nothing against them and I suggest you don't either. They don't look as though they've done a hard days work in their lives. Perhaps a job in the outdoors would do you all the power of good....Farming or some such. There we are!
why subject yourself to a certain demographic and it's expectations? furthermore, are you trying to tell me which class you associate yourself with, or are you trying to reinforce that self-image, so ya feel better?i ask b/c when one answers a question that was never asked, it's usually a form of defensiveness, albeit subtle..give your real self some more credit, lipstick can only go so far, handsome.
Ah, tu quoque! You are funny. I especially enjoy the American/New York psycho-babble. Well Done!
ahh, the constrained outlook of a monarchist - where fallacy is objectively branded and dismissed, his inability to identify the charm and capacity of it's ghastly lies that often channel quickest over reasoning, directly to his unadorned being.understood, malcolm gladwell is a businessman, but please don't confuse our babble. i don't charge fees yet, so you're welcome until then.