rm_connor696 60M
944 posts
7/7/2006 7:53 am

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"If you describe things as better than they are, you are considered to be a romantic; if you describe things as worse than they are, you will be called a realist; and if you describe things exactly as they are, you will be thought of as a satirist."
Quentin Crisp, The Naked Civil Servant

To which I add, "a satirist or a psycho."

rm_FreeLove999 46F
16127 posts
7/7/2006 10:11 am

actually, in my experience on this site, if you describe things as they are, you get called a liar or "ignorant".

[blog freelove999]

florallei 99F

7/7/2006 11:01 pm


I always thought I am a realist, a pragmatic but optimistic...now I am confused and I have a headache...have to re-think who I am now

PrincessKarma 43F
6188 posts
7/8/2006 12:10 pm

What if you describe things as being both better and worse than they are?

The Big Bang was the mother of all orgasms.PrincessKarma

rm_connor696 replies on 7/8/2006 1:38 pm:
Um . . . Charles Dickens?

Becaue you know, I just can't make up my mind how I feel about ambivalence.

MissAnnThrope 56F
11488 posts
7/12/2006 12:23 pm

I've been called both for that reason. But I do agree with FreeLove. On this site, you're called close minded too, for stating things as they are.

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