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MeezaWanzaPeezaPizza posted:
I'm almost afraid to talk about serious topics here because all of you are so not serious and I'm afraid I'll upset yall if I do. I just don't want to interfere and drown out the happiness. Right now I'm not too happy so I won't ruin the fun, I"m sorry. : (
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fuzzer29 responded:
This group is known for our antics, but serious talk is just as welcome! If you want to vent or talk about something, feel free- we do take things seriously when it's needed, and we do care quite a bit, so share what's on your mind! We don't bite! At least I don't! lol You won't ruin the fun, honest!
 
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slik_kitty responded:
you can be as serious as you want here. if you have something you want to talk about, go ahead. we're here for you. hugs
If your car could travel at the speed of light, would your headlights work - steven wright
 
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snowyowl33 responded:
Sorry to hear your not feeling too happy today hon, we're always here to help with any problems that anyone is having....do not ever think you (or anyone) can't ask a serious question, or bring up a serious issue here...Yes, we do have fun, but we are here for you and anyone when they need a hand or support
Pls. let us know what's going on??

Hugs Snowy


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