Thinking & Feeling

“The world is a tragedy to those who feel, but a comedy to those who think.” Horace Walpole

Thursday, 8 October 2009

Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me

When I said 'I don't suffer fools and liars gladly', I actually meant it.

So it's now...
While it seemed like something which could have been really good. I am just not prepared to settle or make excuses for people any more. No thanks. So sorrie for you but...


  1. I am going to mail you later! Not sure if this is about Mr Ex or Mr New Guy! If its Mr New Guy then I am sorry :(

    Also I am in CT over New Year so would be great to see you again!

  2. I think its about growing up, taking responsibility for her own happiness. she's not gonna let anyone else in the world have that job anymore. the reverse irony is typical, and you can see that in how she's used colour, 60s art, a rabbit, and the lack of character defining descriptors. what might concern me is that anger is a general interdictator of inner angst.

    heart is thick with loyalty, and love. sure she'll be fine. probaby i'm pullin into this discussion a bit late. or i'm putting a foot into a mouth. probly mine.

    [wasnt that hard to find you. hava good day. god bless.]


  3. thats what i want to know, is it bout the old or the new??!!!! damn jane!!!

  4. @ Anonymous... she might just have used Google Image.

    Really... she might just have!

  5. OPTION #8 perhaps: The Tangental View. When you withdraw your attention from those things that are not pleasing, and you put your attention upon those things that are pleasing, those pleasing things begin to become MORE abundant, and those not-pleasing things become RARE. Until, eventually, those not-pleasing things cannot be part of your experience because you will have eliminated your attraction factor from your memory blank. eg. Rothmans Kingsize RARELY satisfies.