Is this Deceiving?  

beewulf9 39M
452 posts
5/31/2006 7:53 am

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6/2/2006 5:22 am

Is this Deceiving?


When I think of the term "Deceiving" I think of being the opposite of what is portrayed. In some senses I feel that I am deceiving. Allow me to explain.

When you first meet me I am seen as withdrawn and a bit of an anti-social. But truly when you begin to talk to me I am as open as a book, and I get along fairly well with everyone.

I really would rather talk about fashion then sex in most settings, but if the discussion turns to that topic somehow I am able to handle my own. (See some of the more lustful posts in this blog.)

So maybe the word deceiving is not the right word. Maybe the best word is surprising. I surprise people with who I am and the facets that lay under the exterior. And that is the way I prefer things to be. I want to be a mystery that someone will discover; inch by inch of my flesh; and little by little of my personality; and most of my all my thoughts.

I know you can judge me by my cover- namely a very small man who has a good heart. But that is the most superficial thing you can say about me. And really that comment is deceitful because there is so much more.

SweetDarlinAngel 41F
2996 posts
5/31/2006 8:29 am

You are definately a surprise and a gift as one gets to you.

~Angel


MOfunNOWWOW 56F

6/1/2006 1:34 pm

Delightful surprise the more ya know {=}


MOMO
just a squirrel trying to get a nut


rm_1hotwahine 64F
21091 posts
6/2/2006 2:25 am

Deceiving is definitely not the word. Ok with 'surprising.' I'm thinking of something along the lines of having depth or something like that.

Yeah, I'm still [blog 1hotwahine]


beewulf9 39M

6/2/2006 5:22 am

Dear Angel, Thank you.

Dear Mo, That is very kind of you to appreciate.

Dear Wahine, The problem is the negative connutation of the word deceiving. In many ways I am thinking of the Loki the trickster with term rather than Mr. Wormwood from Robert Dahl's "Matilda". But I can see the point you are making. Thank you for the correction and compliment.

Steven


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