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Using ME as an example

Posted by Shortelise on March 30, 2005, at 13:13:36

Someone recently apologised in a response to another's post for talking about herself.

In response to what others write, I do this all the time.

It's not that it's about me, but because I only know for sure how I have gone through things. Does that make sense?

If someone says they see pink elephants when they stand on their heads and drink vodka, I might say that when I stand on my head, for me gin is a better choice as the elephants are blue and I prefer blue.

Whoa, that's a goofy example. But maybe you see what I mean.

I don't want to say "If you drink gin instead, you'll see blue elephants" because I can't say what your experience might be.

Any opinions about this?





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