On 16 Apr, 06:00, "cats are YUMMY" > wrote:
> On Apr 15, 6:28 pm, "bookie" > wrote:
> > On 15 Apr, 20:44, "cats are YUMMY" > wrote:
> > > On Apr 14, 9:32 pm, "sheelagh" > wrote:
> > > > On 14 Apr, 23:58, "cybercat" > wrote:
> > > > > "bookie" > wrote
> > > > > > what the hell has prompted this then????
> > > > > I'm just always hurting his feelings and he's always hurting mine.
> > > > > It's a shame. And no doubt both of our faults, though we each
> > > > > like to say it is all the other's fault.
> > > > It is a shame. ( outrageous, but truthful)
> > > > I see you both as soul mates....& so does everyone else...
> > > > But when you are angry with one another, woe betide the fool caught in
> > > > the middle.
> > > > I wouldn't like to be there, for caring about both off [email protected]
> > > > time...
> > > > You both have good points, yet you both feel the need to negative with
> > > > the other...
> > > > Can't we just stick to these ones..Please?One word.=Respect the others
> > > > time and place....
> > > > You are both good People
> > > > S;o)
> > > Why don't all of you desperate losers step away from your keyboards
> > > and try to build relationships with real people for once?- Hide quoted text -
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> > nah! this is much more fun! when you have arguments of the kind that
> > explode on here but with real people it gets nasty and messy, but on
> > here you can really let rip at someone about something and get it all
> > out of your system and then when you are done you just turn your
> > computer off and that's that.
> > i find some of the arguments here really therapeutic and the
> > opportunities to vent spleen on here are too good to miss (and very
> > beneficial for the soul, kind of purgative).
> > real people can be soooo dull cos you have to be nice to them most of
> > the time whereas here you have a right old ding dong if you want and
> > let out all your frustrations. you just have to wait for the next
> > stupid **** who posts something along the lines of 'where can I get my
> > cat declawed cheaply?' and the floodgates of abuse open.
> > soooooooo cathartic
> > bookie- Hide quoted text -
> > - Show quoted text -
> I sense irony.
> ;-)- Hide quoted text -
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In a manner, I think you could be right there;o)
Pot calling the kettle black comes to mind here...
Having said that, Bookie has a very good point there too.
When someone gets my goat going, I don't care who I have to push past
to get to my target...
But then again, I don't fly off the handle for no reason at all.
So Bookie "is right there"
Once said, as far as I am concerned it is forgotten, unless someone
makes a habit of standing all over me, then it gets personal...& if
you plain Can't reason with them, then it's time to get those claws
out & scrape them down a chalk board....
Calling me Racist is about the worst thing someone can call me
(Now lets wait and see what Nick makes of this one- some people are so