Hello All & Happy Turkey Day!  

comecuffme 46F
119 posts
11/24/2005 3:31 am

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Hello All & Happy Turkey Day!

I am all set for the big day. Most of my baking is done. Turkey is ready for the oven. Damn! Forgot the bay leaves...well another lovely funfilled trip to the grocery store on a holiday

Crowds. I really do not feel comfortable around a lot of people. I feel closed in and in some circumstance... a little smothered. A healthy smothered...I am not that crazy!

Of course, since I am here, my mind leads automatically to sex...in public...or with multiple partners. Hmmmmmmm....though the fantasy is titillating (cool word huh?)...the reality scares the hell out of me. Perhaps I am not as comfortable in my own skin as I would like. Perhaps there is some deep dark memory that prevents me from being totall at peace with myself. Or perhaps it is the religous upbringing that I had.

Regardless of the reason, I have found a goal. To become more comfortable with myself, inside and out. Just thinking about the ways to break out of my shell is exciting...

Now that I have shared another piece of my psychosis...

I just want to wish you all a wonderful holiday!

HedonisticGuy69 46M
90 posts
11/24/2005 1:11 pm

Funny how a religious upbringing can make us uncomfortable in our own skins. Ironically, it makes it difficult for us to face all the darkness within, for we are constantly reinforced to be good, behave in goodness, do good. Perhaps the problem lies in the archetypes of 'good' and 'evil'.
If like me you were exposed to a strict catholic upbringing then it takes exposure to many ideas to be able to better find one's self.
Sex and human sexuality is not bad as we were led to believe Wish you well in your explorations.

rm_titsandtires 51M/41F
3656 posts
11/24/2005 5:53 pm

happy thanksgiving to you too, comecuffme. reminds me of a joke.

3 couples speak to a priest of a large catholic church about becomeing members of the congregation. an older couple, a middle aged couple, and newly weds. he tells each couple to abstain from sex for two weeks and come back to meet with him then.

two weeks go by, and the priest ask the older couple how they did. "fine, we've been married for 38 years, and two weeks was really no problem." he says, "welcome to the church, we'll see you on sunday"

he then sees the middle aged couple, and asked the same question. "we made it, but we'd like to get going home now, if you know what i mean!" the priest smiles, and says he will see them on sunday morning.

then the newly weds approach the pastor, with there heads hung low, looking dissapointed in themselves. "how's you do?" asked the priest. "For the tirst ten days, we did really good, but when my wife bent over to pick up the dish soap the other day, that was all i could take."

"well, i can't let you in the church right now." says the priest.

"that's okay, they won't let us back in safeway, either."


comecuffme 46F

11/28/2005 10:34 am

Hey tires,
Thanks so much for the great joke...you really made my day with that one. Shopping takes on a whole new meaning

comecuffme 46F

11/28/2005 10:36 am

Yes I know how it is...although I was brought up as mormon...which strictly speaking brings on a whole new perspective of my crazy self. Thank you for your encouraging words

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