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Re: Ha! So anyways i fit in here!!! Ha! B2chica

Posted by muffled on September 13, 2007, at 23:17:13

In reply to Re: Ha! So anyways i fit in here!!! Ha! muffled, posted by B2chica on September 13, 2007, at 11:11:16

> to scare someone is a natural get puffed up and scare someone away and they are too afraid to come hurt you. animals do that all the time...think of that puffer(?) fish that anytime something comes near it it balloons up and little spikes are all over him! that scares others off so they won't harm him.
> it's ok muffy

**Thanks ((B2))
Actually this is a really good metaphor for me. I 'get' this. Duhhhhhhhhh. Sometimes, its like some part of me understands stuff, but the rest of me don't. I could even write, "I was trying to test T to see if she would dump me" or something along those lines...
and NOW I see that the form of those tests were often on a level of a older/younger part of me, part of my defense, and its way is to be tough and scare people away....
So maybe my defense is trying to scare my T away...
Ya, GOOD analogy.
Thanks :-)
> say, this will cheer ya up? hehe, for some reason if i'm down and i need a pick me up video this seems to work...i've got it as favorite...its...well...unique! but that song gets stuck in your head...heeeey!

LOL! I was going bonkers smiling! Its tooooooo funny. I showed it to my son, he thot it funny too.
Youtube can be a minefield of triggers for me so i don't go there much, so its nice to have a specific link to it.




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