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unfiltered...

s'funny...

i always felt like such a loser...
but, now, i don't.

i don't care if i don't have a friend to 'hang out with' every single solitary day. i like me. i like being alone. f'yask me, that takes a bold soul....being alone and being o.k. with it.

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(Anonymous)
Oct. 15th, 2006 07:40 pm (UTC)
fuck ups unite!
Lets see, where to start. When you are a successful female-in your case-artist who was brought up in a patriarchel family, being successful is fucking up. Let me explain, in this type of environment you are expected to be submisive, do what you are told, get married and have babies and like it. Which is bullshit. So, when you don't amd you follow your own heart you have fucked up. So fucking up or being a fuck up is a good thing, Yes? and God bless k, what luck you 2 found each other. love, pammy the other fuck up in the family! (by the way, I don't think we are.
(Anonymous)
Oct. 16th, 2006 04:01 am (UTC)
Re: fuck ups unite!
hi Pammy!

yep. i agree with what you wrote 100%!!!!

"damn the lovers of life and followers of thy own bliss and
bless the sheep! "

i'd be miserable as a sheep-peep.

"f-ing up" is way more fun and interesting, and guess what? not all of us free spirits are miserable, lonely, self-centered pigs. (the other things one can be accused of when not sticking to the traditional ways.) sometimes it is meant in a "loving" way... out of concern for one's happiness... well, often what is "supposed" to make one happy, and may very well make the one with the "concern" quite happy, makes the loner/free spirit feel quite dead. caged, trapped, and dead inside.

so yayaya! i wanna f-up some more!!!!!

:-)

(maybe they're just jealous!)

Kim



artworkslive
Oct. 16th, 2006 06:03 pm (UTC)
Re: fuck ups unite!
huge hugs to both of yuz....my soul sistuhs.

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