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Posted by Just Me33 on September 2, 2008, at 12:15:48
"If you meet him first at a social affair where he's performing his fascinating multiple personality act, you haven't a chance. You'll be convinced he's the most exciting, interesting, intelligent man you've ever come across. No one could quarrel with that analysis. He probably is. It's no wonder you're excited and impressed. But before you let him change your name, be sure you're capable of 'tackling an uncertain future with a man whose whims may change with the wind, and whose goals in life may shift drastically before the honeymoon is even over. Geminian Walt Whitman once wrote the lines: "Do I contradict myself? ... I contain multitudes." Whether he realized it or not, he was summing up the Mercury nature.
One day your Gemini man may call on you with a chattering monkey perched on his shoulder and suggest going to a flea circus. He'll bring you flowers, perfume, a phonograph record or a couple of books, maybe even one he wrote himself. The hours will speed by as you happily sun yourself in his cheerful disposition, laugh at his bright, ;lever jokes and melt under his gay, gallant charm. He'll ay "I love you," a hundred different ways, like no one ilse in the world could do.
The next day, he'll phone you and break a date for no iarthly reason whatsoever, causing you to imagine all sorts of things. Was he only joking about loving you? Is he ' ;eing someone else? Is he in trouble? Your fears may be "ue. Then again, they may be false. A week later, he'll sappear, full of sarcastic remarks, moody and irritable."
Posted by susan47 on September 3, 2008, at 19:32:15
In reply to Gemini man....this is so him!, posted by Just Me33 on September 2, 2008, at 12:15:48
Well, I'm a Gemini and to some extent that stuff is all supposed to apply to me, being Borderline of course it absolutely does, so does that make all Geminis Borderlines as well? I don't think so, Tim, but who knows maybe they are I've never done a study like that.
Posted by Just Me33 on September 4, 2008, at 10:13:47
In reply to Re: Gemini man....this is so him!, posted by susan47 on September 3, 2008, at 19:32:15
Well, it made me feel better at the time...at least to give me an explanation...or maybe I am still making excuses for his behavior.
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