Last edited by (>Zero Cool<); 02-18-2005 at 12:50 AM. Reason: Lilmiss hurt my feelings :crying:
Ok, I think its better to be smart but act the fool, because you're a big surprise like that.
Better to have something to settle for because you won't get your hopes up for nothing.
Its better to be more mature in your early life so you can be be mentally prepared for life and not stand around while other people are grown up and complain about life.
These are some good questions.
I think you would have to live them to know.
A fair point.Originally Posted by Virtualbody1234
It is unlikely though that you would be able to do so as, I think anyway, you fit into one category or another. Sometimes the category you fit into is not the one you would prefer.
Suppose I am just looking for peoples own individual perceptions of what would be the ideal, if you get me.
What do I miss from early childhood? Innocence and awe. Not that I am guilty now.
I am afraid gone is the innocence and it is now 'awe for F*K sake ref'. Especially on a Saturday.
Age is getting to me. I thought patio doors was an Irish country singer.
Originally Posted by (>Zero Cool<)
Is the answer 3? It's 3 isn't it
Originally Posted by Mr. Mulder
so close....and yet.....so very very
yeah, it was 3
From my early childhood, I miss playing with toys. Don't do that anymore.
It's much better to act the fool but to be clever, than acting clever but being dim.
Don't remember the rest of the questions :toolazytoscrollup:
Edit: It's definitely 3 tho'.
melo ...drama drama drama
Last edited by (>Zero Cool<); 02-18-2005 at 12:51 AM. Reason: the wench