idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
Oh, and you know what I find a lot more disturbing than consenting adults experimenting with pain-pleasure conversions (which are a natural part of the human construct)?
Adults with imaginary friends. Especially when these adults get angry that we aren't willing to go to their tea parties, where they expect us to have conversations with their imaginary friend. And it's even worse when they start telling us what their imaginary friend thinks about our own life choices.
And they think we should just give them a pass to do it.
I'd like to try that sometime. "Hey, boss? My imaginary friend wants you to know that you're an @#%^ for not giving me a raise. He said it, not me. He just asked me to pass it along. Oh, and you're gonna burn in hell. Thought you outta know."
That's a nice tantrum.
I'm not the angry one. It would certainly appear that you are. Why so angry?
Do I touch a nerve because I do not choose to participate in the giant circle-jerk?
By the way; your entire premise for argument "which are a natural part of the human construct" is entirely baseless. I would suspect that you live your life based on this weak foundation. It is entirely hypocritical. People have used that foolish logic to justify every little screwed up thing that people can possibly do to themselves and others throughout the entirety of human history.
Edited, Dec 12th 2011 3:07am by Kelvyquayo