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[Event] Prison Therapy II - Summer Edition

Posted by croik on 2010.07.18 at 21:47


Jacques Portsman
olympiclogic at 2010-07-21 06:42 (UTC) (PermaLink)
*he smirks in response*

Aaand that's exactly what I just did. I wasn't naming names either. That was a perfectly general statement.

Though, for the record, I can be plenty compassionate.
Mimi Miney
chevrolady at 2010-07-21 07:24 (UTC) (PermaLink)
*Still feeling rather awkward but not wanting to remain silent for the rest of the session, she jumps in with a playful response.*

Yeah, like, you should see him around us ladies. Or maybe I'm mixing up 'compassionate' with 'flirty'. *She smiles at Jacques.*
Diego Armando
nosugar_nomilk at 2010-07-21 18:35 (UTC) (PermaLink)
*to Jacques* What I meant was that I never said no one in here had compassion. So if you weren't speaking for yourself, your comment was irrelevant.

*and to Mimi* Yes. You are confusing them.

*Diego rolls his eyes, but sadly, no one can see him do it.* I'd like to remind you, this is a conversation about love. Not ridiculous prison flirtations. Does anyone have anything relevant to say?

*Once he's said that, he turns to Acro and speaks in a lower voice.* You all right?
henamesthesky at 2010-07-21 19:16 (UTC) (PermaLink)
*It's like Mimi didn't even hear him, it's hard for him to understand. He empathizes with Diego's frustration.*

There's a big difference between "compassionate" and "flirty", Mimi. If you can't distinguish one from the other, maybe you shouldn't put yourself in situations where it matters.
I guess my point was lost on you - or maybe you just don't want to hear it. Or maybe you just don't care.

*He turns toward Diego, nods.* I'm okay, Diego. Thanks.
Mimi Miney
chevrolady at 2010-07-21 22:05 (UTC) (PermaLink)
*She resists wincing again, biting her lower lip.* Like, I was kidding, Mr. Ken. I heard you just fine, okay? Like, I just don't think love has to be so super serious all the time. That takes the fun out of it if you ask me. Crushes and stuff are still love, even if they're not, like, always as strong as an actual relationship. Like, you can crush on somebody and end up loving them a lot, you know?

But whatever, guess I'm the only one here who thinks that... *Beginning to feel annoyed and ganged up on, she leans back in her chair, crossing her arms and staring at a distant corner of the yard. This is a major drag--she wonders how much longer they're going to be forced to sit out here in this heat.*
princess_paups at 2010-07-22 01:05 (UTC) (PermaLink)
*Lauren's been mostly sitting back listening, but when she sees Mimi get irritated she squirms in her chair.*

*to herself* Come on, Lauren, you're the moderator! Take control!

*clears her throat* I think Mimi's right. Love can come in different...levels. Right? You can love someone, but love someone else more, and then...meet someone else you love even more, right?
Diego Armando
nosugar_nomilk at 2010-07-22 01:25 (UTC) (PermaLink)
*His tone softens as he speaks to Lauren.* Love's a funny thing. Everyone has their own ideas about what it's like, and that's fine.

I myself don't believe in love at first sight. It's true, feelings grow and change, and infatuation could become love, in time. When we're young, we might think we're in love right away, but with maturity comes the ability to tell the difference.

I've been in love, and I'll never love someone more. Differently, maybe. More, no. Real love isn't something that's measured out, like spoonfuls of coffee.
Jacques Portsman
olympiclogic at 2010-07-22 01:51 (UTC) (PermaLink)
That's an awful lot of love you've got to give there, Lauren!

*he regards the circle-- namely, Diego* I'd agree with the ladies, and the point you just made on this one. I mean. Love's gotta start somewhere, right? Who knows what a little "ridiculous flirting" can lead to?

*he turns a bit more towards Lauren, and gives her a little wink*
princess_paups at 2010-07-22 01:59 (UTC) (PermaLink)
henamesthesky at 2010-07-22 04:56 (UTC) (PermaLink)
*He lets Mimi finish, nods in Diego's direction, ignores Jacques and Lauren's flirtation. He unfolds his arms.*

You're right Mimi, love doesn't have to be serious from the start. I think I wish that people remembered that even when they're having fun, someone could get hurt. People should be more careful with each other.

I don't think that's too serious a thing to ask.
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