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These people are likely going to be a bit disappointed at first...
Unemployed philosopers! Where you can buy "Freudian slippers"...


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Aug. 11th, 2003 01:52 pm (UTC)
I don't know whether to weep tears of sadness or tears of joy for the second article. On one hand, I can't blame them for living life the way they want to live it. Go for it I say. On the other hand, I question their looking at life through rose colored glasses pretending that all of a sudden once they're married life's going to be this fantastic, wonderful journey in which nothing will ever go wrong, etc. etc. etc.

Maybe I'm misreading it, I don't know. Maybe I'm just biased. But sheesh. Unrealistic expectations in the physical portions of their life is certainly not a good way to get things started.

Oh well, whatever works, I say. Give me lots o' kissin', dammit. Hugging, too!
Aug. 11th, 2003 02:42 pm (UTC)
I have to wonder if the pastor will be willing to give as extensive after-marriage counseling as he has pre-marital counseling. What do you think?

I get a very clear image of the priest freaking out in the movie Harold and Maude... only with: "You want me to tell you how to what?!?" I think his answer to everything will be: "Go back to holding hands."
Aug. 11th, 2003 05:12 pm (UTC)
Close your eyes and think of England. Pop out a couple kids, then never ever do it again. I'm sure there's some sex guide for proper Christians that tells you how do it in the least pleasant way possible.
Aug. 11th, 2003 02:42 pm (UTC)
Spider are cool, but I want that report for our indigenous ones...
Aug. 11th, 2003 03:09 pm (UTC)
Heh. The spiders remind me of a time that T. got bit by a spider, and noticed that it had strange markings on its back.

She had to call poison control, who forwarded her to the zoo, as they knew nothing about spiders. The spider-guy at the zoo wasn't working at the time, but we got his home phone number, and disturbed him on a Sunday evening.

The spider wasn't poisonous, and the spider-guy made T. promise to let the spider go.

So I used to have a phone book that had "Spider Guy" listed in the emergency number section. Too bad that phone book got thrown out, and the number didn't get copied. Oh, well.
Aug. 11th, 2003 05:42 pm (UTC)
There are reasons I'm glad I do not live in Australia, says me the arachnaphobe.
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