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  • 1sphere1sphere Posts: 3,338Member Member Posts: 3,338Member Member
    if someone favorites or downloads my song, I think "what's wrong with you? who would listen to this crap?"
  • TarryTaffyTarryTaffy Posts: 901Member Member Posts: 901Member Member
    Lately, I'm finding sarcastic quotes humorous.

    "If at first you don't succeed, failure may be your style", Quentin Crisp.
  • happimess01happimess01 Posts: 3,229Member Member Posts: 3,229Member Member
    “Money won’t buy happiness, but it will pay the salaries of a large research staff to study the problem.”
  • yukfooyukfoo Posts: 646Member Member Posts: 646Member Member
    If at first you don't succeed...you're about average...
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 10,857Member, Premium Member Posts: 10,857Member, Premium Member
    Chekhov’s ear
  • LDemi333LDemi333 Posts: 62Member Member Posts: 62Member Member
    oepbjhuxtpo2.jpeg

    *this I must do*
  • LDemi333LDemi333 Posts: 62Member Member Posts: 62Member Member
    BTW anyone else find walking on heels easier when you are stone lighter. I feel like an elephant walking on stilts.
    ................apparently wellies are not an option at a wedding.
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 10,857Member, Premium Member Posts: 10,857Member, Premium Member
    uhgv5rtjr7tl.gif

    NOoooooooooooooooooo
  • 1sphere1sphere Posts: 3,338Member Member Posts: 3,338Member Member
    you can make friends as adults just like how you did in the nursery if you just let the spirit out
    edited December 2019
  • TarryTaffyTarryTaffy Posts: 901Member Member Posts: 901Member Member
    Happiness is like a kiss. We must share it to enjoy it. - Bernard Meltzer
  • 1sphere1sphere Posts: 3,338Member Member Posts: 3,338Member Member
    I'm beginning to believe that feeling lonely isn't exactly caused by being alone. It's a state of mind which is brought about by having too much time/experiencing uninvolvement/or having little focus on present. The truth is that many people are alone but are not feeling lonely.
  • mommabear4315mommabear4315 Posts: 2,708Member Member Posts: 2,708Member Member
    1sphere wrote: »
    I'm beginning to believe that feeling lonely isn't exactly caused by being alone. It's a state of mind which is brought about by having too much time/experiencing uninvolvement/or having little focus on present. The truth is that many people are alone but are not feeling lonely.

    When I start feeling lonely I focus on new projects. Usually distracts me and then I’m in the middle of a project and people want to hang out I decline because now I’m busy rofl.
  • mommabear4315mommabear4315 Posts: 2,708Member Member Posts: 2,708Member Member
    I should get up.
  • happimess01happimess01 Posts: 3,229Member Member Posts: 3,229Member Member
    It seems to me lately that it gets harder and harder to be happy as you get older. Don’t know if its true but thats how i feel
  • 1sphere1sphere Posts: 3,338Member Member Posts: 3,338Member Member
    It seems to me lately that it gets harder and harder to be happy as you get older. Don’t know if its true but thats how i feel
    that entirely depends on how you live and treat yourself. I would rather twist your words and say that it's harder to be easily amused (by things that aren't new to you)
  • TarryTaffyTarryTaffy Posts: 901Member Member Posts: 901Member Member
    It seems to me lately that it gets harder and harder to be happy as you get older. Don’t know if its true but thats how i feel

    Is it more being stuck in a rut or feeling less fulfilled? Is it longer term or just a phase that you feel will pass?

    We all differ, but, for me, being active & variety of interests keeps me revved up. I somehow confuse inactivity & staying at home alone too much with depression... like lounging on the sofa all day watching movies wouldn't leave me relaxed but feeling sad, unless I were very tired & needing a rest or feeling ill.
    1sphere wrote: »
    that entirely depends on how you live and treat yourself. I would rather twist your words and say that it's harder to be easily amused (by things that aren't new to you)

    Good point. Just today I was noticing such a change. Loved to see bands in my teens-20s-30s, but now, I'm uninterested. I was wondering if I were getting older & bored, then realized it's not anything other than having done it so much, the crowds, expense, late hours, commuting, ringing ears are something I've experienced so much of, it's just unexciting at this point, so I've lost the desire to seek it out.

    Years ago, I'd deal with all the above plus being tired at work next day cuz I got to dance around all night like a lunatic. I still do... just at home as a workout & that's now enough. I can't get excited about seeing band x for the umpteenth time with 2K of my closest, drunken friends.

    Change is good.
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 10,857Member, Premium Member Posts: 10,857Member, Premium Member
    yukfoo wrote: »
    The trouble with being punctual is that there's usually nobody there to appreciate it.

    This is so true!
    I am habitually 10min early to everything.
  • yukfooyukfoo Posts: 646Member Member Posts: 646Member Member
    A friend of mine won a toilet brush at a raffle last week. So I asked him how it works. He said it works fine but he still prefers toilet paper.
  • TarryTaffyTarryTaffy Posts: 901Member Member Posts: 901Member Member
    yukfoo wrote: »
    A friend of mine won a toilet brush at a raffle last week. So I asked him how it works. He said it works fine but he still prefers toilet paper.

    Ahaha. Well, most of us have at least 1 ridiculously picky friend. :smile:
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