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    Where is everyone, then rambling lol
    ddnos posted:
    Ok, enough is enough! Where has everybody gone today and forgot to invite me? I know, y'all ran away because I talk too much, so you didn't tell me on purpose! lol

    Well, fine! Maybe I DO talk too much, but you have to understand something here.........when I was a child and on into my twenties, I was painfully shy and hardly said a word. So what's been going on for me the past 20-25 years is that I'm making up for lost words, and I have a LOT of words to make up for!

    So now you know it! Now you know why it's near impossible for me to be quiet! lol Just be thankful that you don't have to HEAR me talk non stop! lol Sometimes I actually drive MYSELF crazy if I'm talking too much! EVERYONE here in person who knows me even remotely knows that "I'm the woman who won't shut up" lol Heck, it appears that my fingers have gotten the same "disease" because they can't shut up either! lol

    Ok, so it's not ALWAYS that bad in person. I DO know how to listen and be quiet. I'm not one of those talkers who can't stop long enough to even care how the other person is doing, but I still wish I could turn it off sometimes. And, the talkativeness is not due to mania either - it's just me. lol Oh lawd!! So when I AM manic, watch out anyone and everone in my path! lol I could probably literally talk the ear off of anyone when manic AND in a talkative mood. Whew! That even scares me away from myself! lol

    Ok, I shall tell my hands to be quiet now and say thank you for letting me spew out words of nothingness just for the heck of it. lol

    You can`t change what people are without destroying who they were
    --The Butterfly Effect
    ashe10 responded:

    You don't think you ramble. I like to see what you have replied on some of the posts. I think your answers are very smart and very thought out.

    Its a fine line between brilliance and madness.
    bpcookie responded:
    I was watching unicorn porn but Im done now.
    Eat right and exercise!!! You will die anyways but at least you will look good.
    bpcookie responded:

    UNICORNS AND FAIRIES GONE WILD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Eat right and exercise!!! You will die anyways but at least you will look good.
    ddnos replied to bpcookie's response:
    Cookie, you have absolutely lost your mind! LOL

    You can`t change what people are without destroying who they were
    --The Butterfly Effect
    TryForever responded:
    It is a little slow here on the board...its nice to come back after a while and still see posters I remember...keep chattin

    bpcookie replied to TryForever's response:
    Hello TryForever, its so good to see ya. You havent been here for a few months. How's the weather? Its supposed to get down to 31 degs here in Az. tonight. eeeekkkkk. I hope your doing well. hugs
    Eat right and exercise!!! You will die anyways but at least you will look good.

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