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...is my objection to a purity test being based on the past valid?
One would welcome a purity test based on who I am, and where I am now.
(wonder if I'd score any better? dirtyLO
But, because I've experienced some 'interesting' behavior in the past I score low!
Is that fair?
.....is that good? Or bad?
I don't suck my thumb, anymore....
Do you know what I mean?
Surely life is too short, 'timewise', to avoid experiences which maybe outside of our 'normal'comfort zones?
It's soon too late.......
5/14/2006 8:05 pm
No daddy wasn't a pea picker, but we did have a garden! lol New words to use in daily conversation are difficult to come by. Especially with todays generation not reading and writing as some of us were taught to do. (I'll bet you had calligraphy lessons in school too, didn't you? Where you were judged on your style, prose and punctuation!)|
I'll agree that life is too sort to judge people on past experiences. Let their past be a part of their uniqueness that helps to guide you and them into tomorrow.
'Comfort zone'? This lady is looking for new ways to break out of hers!
5/30/2006 2:12 pm
How strange that you would consider your purity score to be judgemental and biased?|
I felt like a naive novice seeing how mine matched or didnt to others.
5/30/2006 6:47 pm
you ? ... a dirty old man...never|
well darlin sit right down here next to a dirty old woman... and maybe you can teach me some things
it does stay too cold in this room
how could you tell?lol....