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Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 26 2012
09:05 (UTC)
1,582

of the warp drive

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 25 2012
19:54 (UTC)
1,586

, one bite and he

The Lounge Strongly worded letter Apr 24 2012
15:54 (UTC)
4

Dear David,

You and Nick Clegg remind me of the Two Ronnies, which is sad! You're meant to be running the country not doing a comedy act.

Yours sincerely

An X voter

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 24 2012
15:50 (UTC)
1,593

A shape shifter aaarrrrrrgh!

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 24 2012
13:36 (UTC)
1,596

That pointy eared ..........blank...........

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 23 2012
08:55 (UTC)
1,600

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzsttttttttttt, dagnabbit! Zapped again!

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 21 2012
23:14 (UTC)
1,606

That is not logical

Weight Loss Hi Everybody Apr 21 2012
19:26 (UTC)
1

Good to see you here Wishingclouds!

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 21 2012
19:25 (UTC)
1,608

Who Zapped me then?

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 21 2012
19:05 (UTC)
1,610

phssssht, wow that hurt!

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 21 2012
16:32 (UTC)
1,613

Gramite, it does matter!

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 21 2012
11:52 (UTC)
1,616

or even anti matter

The Lounge The words "I love you" Apr 21 2012
10:19 (UTC)
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Original Post by dancerqueen1:

Personally, I think those words initially said in a relationship are sometimes said too freely; and I say this from experience with past relationships, where they are said (by either party) too soon and/or out of pure lust. 

Absolutley true, the word lurve springs to mind. We seem to confuse love with carnal desire. Not that there's anything wrong with the latter, but love is something that can be a framework for this, and for much more. It may seem incongruous to quote the Bible on love, but I think Paul wrote one of the best descriptions of love ever written:

Love is patient, love is kind and is not jealous; love does not brag and is not arrogant,  does not act unbecomingly; it does not seek its own, is not provoked, does not take into account a wrong suffered,  does not rejoice in unrighteousness, but rejoices with the truth; bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.

From the New American Standard.

 

 

The Lounge . Apr 21 2012
10:13 (UTC)
35

Well I can see you've had lot's of practical advice already.

All I'm going to say is that your half way there in you op. You have an enthusiam for the subject you're presenting. Believe me, having sat through zillions of presentations, I'd rather listen to someone who's talking on something they know, then some polished keynote speaker who's just boned up a week or two ago. I know all the techniques, I want to be enthused!

So go and "rock" Captain Bunny! You can do  it.

Ian

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 20 2012
21:55 (UTC)
1,619

oh o Klingons lurking

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 19 2012
23:24 (UTC)
1,629

an odd colour for

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 19 2012
23:14 (UTC)
1,631

the final front ear

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 17 2012
20:13 (UTC)
1,642

Hooooston we have a

Games & Challenges use only four words Apr 16 2012
22:00 (UTC)
1,648

Err you rang ma'am

The Lounge Do you know what to do in case of emergency? Apr 16 2012
17:25 (UTC)
19

well Cajun, if you're going to mark our replies, you've got a lot of work on!

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