Sucked in  

ElizabethAgain 39F
128 posts
3/30/2006 11:38 pm

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4/6/2006 3:58 pm

Sucked in

It became impossible to read the individual blogs of my favourite friend and a very foolish man and not leave comments.

Its so easy to take sides and of course I took her side.

Now I wish I hadnt said a thing. Its not my business.

People suck me in that way.

I deal with conflicts between people almost every other day and the urge to knock their heads together gets to me.

I never do because a lawyer doesnt do that but here it is so hard not to.

Are there blog rules about that sort of thing? Procedures and Practices of the AdultFriendFinder District Court?

rm_ByNaomi 35F
1261 posts
3/31/2006 9:51 am

Welcome to the wonderful world of the "free"
Your blog is your world and you're the Queen..
Rule it as I (would like to) rule mine
As for the others, whom I cannot speak for, I'm sure they're
very caring for their kingdoms aswell..

Being on here is like showing yourself off..
You get both the goodies and the.. Well.. Badies?
She knows you love her.
And of course you took her side! She's your friend.

Thanks for sharing.


© ByNaomi MyMirrorWithin 05'-08'

Allsleeky 35F

4/1/2006 12:27 pm

I echo Naomi.

MONA_14 29F

4/1/2006 1:45 pm

you are invited to be our Friends798

rm_vaihtelu1969 47M
1260 posts
4/2/2006 10:47 pm

Good thing in writing a blog is that you get to think twice before saying anything
In verbal battle you eventually end up saying bad things or hurting people.

Life is full of taking sides...I always choose with my heart. It's not always the easiest way.

-Vaihtelu1969 to spice you up-

rm_lust2u2 51M

4/3/2006 6:42 am with conflicts between people - great business... with your friends conflicts - ehhh, you know...

sassybelle21 32F
13313 posts
4/3/2006 12:10 pm

I am not aware of any Procedures and Practices of the AdultFriendFinder District Court but please tell me if there is one or any seeing how I'm a bad person

Seriously_Real 48M

4/5/2006 3:45 pm

If you would like, I could appoint myself Chief Justice of Blogville Supreme Court. I've got a hell of a gavel, which I love to bang, and even have an education, to boot.

Regarding your issue, Liz, it's my considered opinion that telling the truth is the first obligation of a friend. Telling it at the right time and the right place is the second obligation. You cannot be faulted for becoming involved if such was required; query whether you might have picked a better time and place. In this instance, I deem it harmless error and the charges are dismissed.

So mote it be, this 5th Day of April, 2006.

--Seriously (Judicious)

im_your_man77 39M
961 posts
4/6/2006 2:01 am

Its all too easy to get sucked in, usually I like to take a step back from oter peoples drama but there have been times when I felt I must say something when I probably shouldn't have but thats life we all make mistakes. If only there was rules of ettiquette that people would faithfully follow it would make it easier deciding when to say something and when to stay quiet. In the end its down to ourselves to make that judgement.
Anyway nice blog, have fun with it.

rm_Colleridge 52M

4/6/2006 3:48 am

I'm not quite sure what your 'crime' is, here?

Engaging? I wouldn't call that particularly awful. I empathise with the idea of regretting getting involved - I've spent half a lifetime wishing I was quieter and more mysterious. Better to allow youself to do as your instinct dicated.

But, I do have one potential criticism/caveat. Someone above said something to the effect of "of course you took her side, she's your friend". I wholeheartedly disagree. I'd say that your only obligation (moral) when you intervene in an argument is to do so objectively and critically. In this I suppose I'm echoing what Seriously Real says - or maybe being a little harsher...

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