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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by pittpa, Jun 16, 2020.
His wife must be amazing if both of you feel that way. Man, this “lifestyle “ thing is really getting out of hand.
Every day for 16,572 days....
It's nice to hear so many are crazy about their women. Or some have women with access to their Glocktalk postings.
Wonder if @Hannie Caulder has any inkling of this.
Every time I click on GT.
You mean that feeling of the chemicals tricking your brain into ignoring what's actually happening? Yep.. Familiar with it.. I now recognize those signs as "DANGER WILL ROBINSON!" moments. Expedient loss of financial resources ahead! Beware! Bridge is OUT! STOP NOW! Alter course! RUN! RUN LITTLE DOGGY!
The good thing about those "chemicals" is that as you get older, your big head is better able to resist the urges of the little head when they are involved.
I know, crazy idea. Who would do that?
Allow me to summarize that sentiment.
Yeah, it must be wonderful for the people that meet me.
Yes. About 30 hours ago.
I think thats the feeling I got when I walked out of divorce court.
I never had that feeling with anyone who bothered to give me the time of day. I always chalked that feeling up to raw attraction and nothing more.
After a massively traumatic event, I lost a large part of my emotional spectrum and it appears I am no longer able to experience that feeling.
On the surface, this kinda sucks. However, my "big head" always overrides what the "little head" is trying to do and it has kept me from ruining my life on quite a few occasions.
Everyday since 8/74
Had a five minute chat about boots, guitars, and Jimmy Buffet with Jerry Jeff Walker... 1976 I think... Good stuff there for certain...
Anyone remember that great feeling after you just met someone special?
That feeling will pass, unless you're blind or incredibly gullible/needy.
You're such a sweetie. I'm blushing.
And that happens every day, right?
Thank you for pointing it out. You're a sweetie too.
Sure do. When the doctor came in and told me I didn’t have colon cancer.