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    Have any of you lost your identity?

    It's like being a neon spectral vampire. You search for meaning, insane, but focused, like a screeching bat from Hell. Your ignorant fangs sinking into the jugular. A pest, at best.


    #2
    Sometimes you have to lose yourself to find yourself.

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      #3
      Sometimes you want to escape you, because all it seems you are is pain.

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      • parua
        parua commented
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        I've been there. I hope, if you feel that way now, that it passes quickly.

      #4
      I'm more of a karma chameleon I suppose.

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        #5
        Me too, except my name is Chaz Chameleon.

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          #6



          A landscaper in Florida with dissociative identity disorder decided to get a second job as a priest

          it was his altar ego

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            #7
            Originally posted by Vanilla Gorilla View Post


            A landscaper in Florida with dissociative identity disorder decided to get a second job as a priest

            it was his altar ego


            And Folks.......The "Dad Jokes" Just Keep On Coming.......But What Really Worries Me Is I Keep On Laughing.....



            Cheers Glen.

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              #8
              One of the weird parts about getting older is just sitting on a park bench watching the world go by
              Found myself doing this yesterday afternoon, got off the train from work, got myself a coffee as I really felt like a coffee

              It was a nice cool afternoon for summer, decided to go sit in the park near a busy road, lots of birdies in the trees

              Just sat there for like 40 mins, mesmerised by the most mundane stuff

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                #9
                Originally posted by Vanilla Gorilla View Post
                One of the weird parts about getting older is just sitting on a park bench watching the world go by
                Found myself doing this yesterday afternoon, got off the train from work, got myself a coffee as I really felt like a coffee

                It was a nice cool afternoon for summer, decided to go sit in the park near a busy road, lots of birdies in the trees

                Just sat there for like 40 mins, mesmerised by the most mundane stuff


                Welcome To The "Club"......



                Cheers Glen.

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                  #10
                  Originally posted by Vanilla Gorilla View Post
                  One of the weird parts about getting older is just sitting on a park bench watching the world go by
                  Found myself doing this yesterday afternoon, got off the train from work, got myself a coffee as I really felt like a coffee

                  It was a nice cool afternoon for summer, decided to go sit in the park near a busy road, lots of birdies in the trees

                  Just sat there for like 40 mins, mesmerised by the most mundane stuff
                  Is that a “getting older” trait though?

                  Back when I lived in the city, I used to like chilling at the park and watching the crazy characters that came wondering by.

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                    #11
                    Originally posted by Vanilla Gorilla View Post
                    One of the weird parts about getting older is just sitting on a park bench watching the world go by
                    Found myself doing this yesterday afternoon, got off the train from work, got myself a coffee as I really felt like a coffee

                    It was a nice cool afternoon for summer, decided to go sit in the park near a busy road, lots of birdies in the trees

                    Just sat there for like 40 mins, mesmerised by the most mundane stuff


                    I Think This Is The Positive Side To You Not Getting Your "Sex Saturated" Holiday Up North This Year.

                    Instead Of Three Weeks Of "Spit And Spunk" You Are Now Taking Time To "Smell The Roses"......



                    Cheers Glen.

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                      #12
                      Originally posted by 6-eyed View Post
                      Is that a “getting older” trait though?

                      Back when I lived in the city, I used to like chilling at the park and watching the crazy characters that came wondering by.
                      Yeah, I did this ever since I lived in the city. And when in the countryside I wasted time like that in a similar way from an early age as well :P

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                        #13
                        Not lost it yet. Some might like me to.

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