Free ham?? I knew I joined for some reason! seriously I have little adult conversation in my day!
Depends on my mood what I'm into or looking for, sometimes just light banter, sometimes a bit more
just to let the B.S. fly
To ep, or not to ep.... that is the question
I'm only here for the EP tokens. I'll be able to get drunk virtually this xmas
i stay on for peoples minds , its fascinating , and the occasional story or even poem
simply to be able to talk to people with experiences alike... some who actually overcame them... partly to ask for advice but more just to know that it is possible
I consider myself a student of man. I study my fellow humans with the same detached ob<x>jective view as a nature show host studies an animal in the wild. So, am I into the "naughty stuff"...? What fascinates me more is that you define some behavior as "naughty"... like you equate it with a kid stealing a cookie from a cookie jar. As a general rule, "naughty stuff" tends to be equated with "adult" or "sexual" activities, at least... that the common inference. I've never understood why an activity that is normal and healthy behavior for an animal is classified as something "naughty"... as if you aren't supposed to do it...<br />
"Informational stuff"...? Everything is informational. Even the "naughty". The act of communication-- and these posts are exactly that-- is purely informational. Each sentence, each word chosen, attitudes, seriousness or flippancy, all give you information about the person who is using them. They will indicate mood, tone, opinion, beyond the possible factual information on the subject that they are speaking upon. Paying attention to these little details will grant the observer much insight on the person, and their status of emotional and educational levels at that moment in time.<br />
I chose to join EP and stay on because it gives me an incredible range of people to both share my experiences and insights with, as well as a diverse cross-section of more humans to add to my observations, and expand my own understanding of our species.