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Posted on Thu, Sep 08, 2005 04:54

How would you say your glass is? Rightnow my glass is most DEF half full...a few months ago i suddenly woke up and realised my weight is not an issue to me anymore. I was going to enjoy life. out went the big black clothes, in came the colors and the more fitting clothes ... my attitude is sooo optimistic that i make people sick sometimes LOL

I can say this is the happiest i have ever been in my life and my attitude rubs onto people and its as if i am attracting more people towards me (not necessarily males only...evenmore friends and stuff...) i guess i look more aproachable..

As an ex. goth i thought id never reach this point in my life wherei accept myself :) id still like to lose weight but its not a priority

just thought id share :)



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Posted on Thu, Sep 15, 2005 15:47


BIGRIVER write:
CAUSE OF THE AMOUNT OF G'S I AM PULLING DOING BERM-SHOTS,THERE IS A SMALL AMOUNT OF SPILLAGE.YOU ALWAYS HAVE TO POUR SOME OUT FOR THE BOY'S,CAN I GET SOMEONE TO SECOND MY MOTION???HANG ON SNOOPY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
NOT EVERYBODY CAN BE A WHITE BUFFALOE



Ok, I admit! I'm intrigued. Let's study this!

pulling G's -- speeding
berm-shots -- motorcyle or RV term for a hard bank, maybe?
spillage -- wrecks
"Pour some out for the boys" -- besides alcohol, not sure what that could mean
Hang on Snoopy? I've heard of Sloopy...?

White Buffalo - rare

And yet it still doesn't make sense in relation to the original question. I'm with DrunkMonkey, I'd say some sort of "outside influence" is involved ;)

Back to the REAL question -
Half Empty or Half Full?
Depends if chocolate is involved.
LOL!



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Posted on Thu, Sep 15, 2005 11:12


starlite2000 write:
LOL
For some reason I'm not surpised. Not very many people are familiar with Native American culture (whitebuffalo). But I don't take it personally. However I do take this everclear comment personally.



Why would you take offense to that? It wasn't directed at you. You're right about me not being familiar with Native American culture so like most of us, no, I don't understand the white buffalo reference. Did any of the rest of his post tie into that reference? What I said was in reference to his post as a whole, not parts. Not knowing any context for it it comes across to most readers as a nonsensical free association.

If you think I was making some kind of Native American equals drunkard statement you're wrong. Lighten up.



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Posted on Wed, Sep 14, 2005 10:14


DrunkMonkey write:

musicnut46 write:

Freysh write:
?????

did anyone understand that last post?



I was thinking the same thing... makes no sense to me either.



Must've been that the glass was half full but now it's empty, and from the post I'd say the glass was half full of Everclear.



NOW it makes sense! Thanks!!! lol



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Posted on Wed, Sep 14, 2005 10:10

I have days when I think my glass is half full, and then I have days when I think my glass is half empty. For the most part, especially after watching all of horrible things happening in the south, my glass is definitely half full. The consequences of that storm left me kicking myself for ever feeling sorry for myself.

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Posted on Wed, Sep 14, 2005 07:55


musicnut46 write:

Freysh write:
?????

did anyone understand that last post?



I was thinking the same thing... makes no sense to me either.



Must've been that the glass was half full but now it's empty, and from the post I'd say the glass was half full of Everclear.



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Posted on Tue, Sep 13, 2005 20:41

I've always been a half-empty girl. But I had a friend say to me "the glass may be half empty, but at least there's something in it!" So i've been trying to leave my life that way.

  


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Posted on Tue, Sep 13, 2005 10:52


musicnut46 write:

Freysh write:
?????

did anyone understand that last post?



Ah... instead of the 'is the glass half full' or 'is the glass half empty' personality, this must fall into the 'hey, I ordered a cheeseburger!' category... yep, just as off the wall!

I was thinking the same thing... makes no sense to me either.



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Posted on Tue, Sep 13, 2005 09:55


Freysh write:
?????

did anyone understand that last post?



I was thinking the same thing... makes no sense to me either.



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Posted on Mon, Sep 12, 2005 16:29

CAUSE OF THE AMOUNT OF G'S I AM PULLING DOING BERM-SHOTS,THERE IS A SMALL AMOUNT OF SPILLAGE.YOU ALWAYS HAVE TO POUR SOME OUT FOR THE BOY'S,CAN I GET SOMEONE TO SECOND MY MOTION???HANG ON SNOOPY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
NOT EVERYBODY CAN BE A WHITE BUFFALOE



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Posted on Mon, Sep 12, 2005 09:53

It depends on the perspective... if the glass was originally full... I tend to worry and think it's half empty. But if I started out empty... wow! how awesome... it's half full!!!

lol... I know... I'm kinda weird about things sometimes.



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Posted on Mon, Sep 12, 2005 07:29

That's great to hear IslandG! I've always been a glass half full person and it's good to know you've come over to this side. You're a lovely girl and I'm glad you've come to realize that!

  


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Posted on Mon, Sep 12, 2005 02:41

Mr. Biggles

you and your ex mirrors me and myn, He

still thinks I take too many Positivity

pills. I'd blame it on the wine but I

don't drink.

  


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Posted on Mon, Sep 12, 2005 02:37

I have always been a half glass full

kind of person except for the last two

or three months but I am starting to

come back to the light side recently.

hihope reflects my basic personality.



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Posted on Sun, Sep 11, 2005 07:11


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Congrats! If only we all get there. I tried and then back slid. Oh well. to the glass thing. It really doesn't matter because I know I am going to have to wash the damn glass either way!

Rainne, I truly think your crazy..lol....but nice...come back to chat soon.....

  


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Posted on Sat, Sep 10, 2005 10:45

Congrats! If only we all get there. I tried and then back slid. Oh well. to the glass thing. It really doesn't matter because I know I am going to have to wash the damn glass either way!



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Posted on Fri, Sep 09, 2005 05:57

i'd usually say half empty, but i have to say your good mood is a great pick me up.



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Posted on Fri, Sep 09, 2005 05:16

I have always been a "half full" kind of person. In fact, it used to drive my ex nuts on how enthusiastic I was about life and how I was always sure that when something went wrong, it would get better (I don't think I've been wrong on that one {grin}).

I was equally annoyed at her "everything is going to #$@!" attitude most of the time. But for 14 years we managed to put up with each other. :)

I know they say that "opposites attract", but not in all cases. I simply do not find negative people attractive. With my ex, she wasn't "constantly" negative and when we first met, I thought maybe I could bring her back from the dark side. After 14 years, that never happened and was a contributing factor to our divorce.

And not all negativity is permenant... The lady I am currently seeing has some negative effects due to her recent divorce. But since we've started "seeing" each other, she has started coming out of that and is more the "bright and sunny" self she described herself to be and that I have come to love.



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