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Old 05-27-2005, 12:00 PM   #61
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Okay. That's a bit freaky. Are you now trying to prove that you are actually two different people, or what?

The advice is good. But same post time on two reasonably long posts?
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Old 05-27-2005, 01:30 PM   #62
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I was certain that there was a smilie of a guy with his head up his ass--but no.

Well, of course you are right, bruce. Now I'm getting the feeling he wants us to be "friends". We've been emailing and seems very stiff and weirdly polite-at least to ME it seems that way, but I've a real genius for projecting my feelings on to others. If I think I'm overdrawn at the bank and call the bankline to get my balance I imagine the pre-recorded voice on the phone sounds angry at me!! Um...can I get a lobotomy somewhere? And soon?
I have to keep telling myself that my emotions won't kill me. I have heard of people dying from broken hearts, though.


Eek! Actually, here's something I received from WebMD a while back...
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Old 05-27-2005, 02:05 PM   #63
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Brianna, you are not going to die of a broken heart. This guy is not worth your pain and sorrow. You will come through this and you will be stronger for it. I know it and several others of us know it, as well. Just keep getting through every moment and it will start to get easier. It takes time...and it is agonizing, but you will make it.
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Old 05-27-2005, 03:06 PM   #64
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Okay. That's a bit freaky. Are you now trying to prove that you are actually two different people, or what?

The advice is good. But same post time on two reasonably long posts?
Nah, I just wanted to keep the posts consecutive. I've already engaged in this thread discussion as Gwennie! and wanted to keep the continuity. Besides, wasn't that pic of me in the orange jump suit just priceless?

But, if you want to do The X-Files thing, here is some proof, ScullyWolf. UT can see that both members use the same static IP address exclusively. Sycamore can attest to the fact that at another forum, both members are known to be one individual.

As you know, in AA, it is best to have same-gender sponsors and support members. Online, I've only discussed AA and DUI issues as Gwennie! I really had to tell Brianna about jail before she faced the judge. Hearing my jail sentence made me feel horrible and thousands of things ran thru my mind. I was hoping to soften the blow for Brianna a little bit and let her know it can be survived.

Just 'cause you axed.
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Old 05-27-2005, 07:27 PM   #65
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Nah, I just wanted to keep the posts consecutive. I've already engaged in this thread discussion as Gwennie! and wanted to keep the continuity. Besides, wasn't that pic of me in the orange jump suit just priceless?

But, if you want to do The X-Files thing, here is some proof, ScullyWolf. UT can see that both members use the same static IP address exclusively. Sycamore can attest to the fact that at another forum, both members are known to be one individual.

As you know, in AA, it is best to have same-gender sponsors and support members. Online, I've only discussed AA and DUI issues as Gwennie! I really had to tell Brianna about jail before she faced the judge. Hearing my jail sentence made me feel horrible and thousands of things ran thru my mind. I was hoping to soften the blow for Brianna a little bit and let her know it can be survived.

Just 'cause you axed.
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Old 05-28-2005, 01:11 AM   #66
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3 foot, have you read this thread?
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Old 05-28-2005, 01:21 AM   #67
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~~snip~~ Now I'm getting the feeling he wants us to be "friends". We've been emailing and seems very stiff and weirdly polite-at least to ME it seems that way, but I've a real genius for projecting my feelings on to others.~~snip
Of course....he won't bolt for fear of setting you off but he'll keep his distance and keep in touch so he'll have as much warning as possible for damage control if you make waves in his neat little pond.
And there's always the outside chance you'll come to your senses and return to the fan club. I have faith in you so I'm sure the sex was good for him.
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Old 05-28-2005, 08:07 AM   #68
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3 foot, have you read this thread?
OH GREAT!

Now I suppose you all expect me to admit that I don't really have three feet.

It's true. [hangs head in shame] There, are you all satisfied? [/hangs head in shame]
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Old 05-28-2005, 10:40 AM   #69
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Of course....he won't bolt for fear of setting you off but he'll keep his distance and keep in touch so he'll have as much warning as possible for damage control if you make waves in his neat little pond.
And there's always the outside chance you'll come to your senses and return to the fan club. I have faith in you so I'm sure the sex was good for him.
Yeah. I am really trying not to annoy the living shit out of everyone here by continually bemoaning the facts or whatever. I'm being stupid and acting like a 16 year-old (which makes sense as that was the age I started using) and it feels very uncomfortable. I fell for him very hard and now am paying the price for not bailing at first sign of marriage-ness.

And the sex was good. Really good. But his equipment was tiny. I'll always have that, won't I?
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Old 05-29-2005, 09:32 AM   #70
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You have much more than that.
That's why he's worried you'll make waves.
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Old 05-29-2005, 10:28 PM   #71
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Was going to tell you to take a breake & come visit me in the BIG city, but when you brought out the TINY. Forget it.
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Old 05-29-2005, 10:40 PM   #72
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Brianna,

I have a small vacant studio above a bar in Bangkok, if need an exotic holiday. The bar owner Frank has a penchant for caucasian women as he's Burmese and you fancy a holiday romance?
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Old 05-30-2005, 08:22 PM   #73
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damn if only I was a female! that sounds like fun.. then again.. being straight and all.. damnit!
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Old 05-31-2005, 09:26 AM   #74
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Brianna,

I have a small vacant studio above a bar in Bangkok, if need an exotic holiday. The bar owner Frank has a penchant for caucasian women as he's Burmese and you fancy a holiday romance?
I'm totally IN! A studio above a bar in Bangkok sounds PERFECT!
But--do you know if Burmese men have tiny equipment? 'Coz I don't want to be reminded of GeniusBoy. Ok, Ok...I promise not to comment on ANYONE'S equipment--or lack thereof--in future. It just made me feel better to say it. Immature.

And busterb---I'd never tell anyone in the Cellar about anyone else's equipment. Unless it was huge. Then I would. And please tell me-WHERE is there a Big City in MS?
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Old 05-31-2005, 09:43 AM   #75
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bri, could you define "tiny" please?
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