Fat Goths

Does exactly what it says on the tin. Some of the nonsense contained herein may be very loosely related to The Sisters of Mercy, but I wouldn't bet your PayPal account on it. In keeping with the internet's general theme nothing written here should be taken as Gospel: over three quarters of it is utter gibberish, and most of the forum's denizens haven't spoken to another human being face-to-face for decades. Don't worry your pretty little heads about it. Above all else, remember this: You don't have to stay forever. I will understand.
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Hexe Luciferia wrote:
SINsister wrote:There isn't, but we could form one! :lol:
I suspect that you and I might be its only members, though, sweets. :|
And me...
:eek: Hardly just you three! I evidently give off a very misleading impression :|

Or maybe I just don't talk about it all the time *shrug*
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Honeythorn wrote:Well whenever it is I doubt I would ever go. Far too shy and skittish.
I have'nt been to a meet-up yet either, we could be the shy ones, cowering in the corner.
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One thing about HL meets - they're nothing like as intimidating as you might think. I have never felt so comfortable speaking to people I'd never met before :)

And the rest, as they say, is history 8)
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Hexe Luciferia wrote:Well, to put very plainly, a *knob* (excuse my French here) is always a "replaceble" item, whilst someone with a good working brain and a good spirit hardly is... :| :? :(

Agreed. But should one person be the be-all and end-all for another?

What if the person you get along with the best, have ooodles in common with, can always depend on for emotional support, and the like, happens to be someone in whom you've no sexual interest whatsoever (case in point: my ex-bf)?
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SINsister wrote:
What if the person you get along with the best, have ooodles in common with, can always depend on for emotional support, and the like, happens to be someone in whom you've no sexual interest whatsoever (case in point: my ex-bf)?
That's a very good point.
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SINsister wrote:
Hexe Luciferia wrote:Well, to put very plainly, a *knob* (excuse my French here) is always a "replaceble" item, whilst someone with a good working brain and a good spirit hardly is... :| :? :(

Agreed. But should one person be the be-all and end-all for another?
From my point of view no. Never seen the "other" as "my whole world"... (getting sleepy, sorry, don't know if I'm clear whenever I write something...
:oops: I'd like to articulate this thought better but it may take my a lil while :oops:)

Edit: Ok, I think I can try to write something that makes some sense. Up until a quite young age (let's say 20) I always thought that monogamy was the way of life, then getting on with more experiences, I discovered that it isn't always the case. With certain guys/girls, I was lucky enough to have a sheer attraction both for the mind and the body, with others, well, I had to work my way around the issue and try to be sensitive enough and avoiding turning things very sour...
(makes no sense, does it? :? )
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boudicca wrote:One thing about HL meets - they're nothing like as intimidating as you might think. I have never felt so comfortable speaking to people I'd never met before :)
I'll second that.

A nicer bunch, you couldn't ask for, etc. :notworthy:
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boudicca wrote:
Hexe Luciferia wrote:
SINsister wrote:There isn't, but we could form one! :lol:
I suspect that you and I might be its only members, though, sweets. :|
And me...
:eek: Hardly just you three! I evidently give off a very misleading impression :|

Or maybe I just don't talk about it all the time *shrug*
Nah, there's no need. It's a personal issue.
I think maybe we all just make assumptions about each other that we oughtn't to be making...

Welcome to our little club! ;D ;) :kiss:
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mh wrote:
boudicca wrote:One thing about HL meets - they're nothing like as intimidating as you might think. I have never felt so comfortable speaking to people I'd never met before :)
I'll second that.

A nicer bunch, you couldn't ask for, etc. :notworthy:
Maybe I should give it a try... :wink:
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SINsister wrote:
boudicca wrote:
Hexe Luciferia wrote:And me...
:eek: Hardly just you three! I evidently give off a very misleading impression :|

Or maybe I just don't talk about it all the time *shrug*
Nah, there's no need. It's a personal issue.
I think maybe we all just make assumptions about each other that we oughtn't to be making...

Welcome to our little club! ;D ;) :kiss:
Thank you. Though I must add, if a fit and intelligent gentleman of high calibre wishes to assist me in revoking my membership, he will be more than welcome :twisted:
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boudicca wrote:
Thank you. Though I must add, if a fit and intelligent gentleman of high calibre wishes to assist me in revoking my membership, he will be more than welcome :twisted:
May I offer my services..... :wink: :lol:
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:eek:

I thought this was the thread called "Fat Goths"?
here we go again....
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MadameButterfly wrote::eek:

I thought this was the thread called "Fat Goths"?
It's the very ancient and noble art of "thread hijacking" :wink: :lol: (and I'm one of the best at it, apparently :innocent: )
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Oh I see, um well yes, I suppose you are and do.
here we go again....
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d00mw0lf wrote:I love a good derailment!
I'm dead against it personally, I think everyone who does it should be hung drawn and quartered. In that order! :oops: :lol:
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boudicca wrote:
d00mw0lf wrote:I love a good derailment!
I'm dead against it personally, I think everyone who does it should be hung drawn and quartered. In that order! :oops: :lol:
Ahh! Who doesn't love some good element swapping into a lovely Elizabethan -style execution?
:lol:
Does this mean this is the end that awaits me if I don't behave properly? :roll: :lol: :lol:
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boudicca wrote:
d00mw0lf wrote:I love a good derailment!
I'm dead against it personally, I think everyone who does it should be hung drawn and quartered. In that order! :oops: :lol:
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So who is the FAT tramp in the foreground?
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boudicca wrote:One thing about HL meets - they're nothing like as intimidating as you might think. I have never felt so comfortable speaking to people I'd never met before :)

And the rest, as they say, is history 8)
I remember seeing a guy in orange with a drum machine in a bag, surrounded by dirty goffs. I was bought a drink straight away, saw a man with a penchant for quiffs, a London goth, a Sinister guy, both my favourite teachers, a very nice posh burd, someone in a flowery top with a meerkat badge.. and so many more that it all just blurs. :)

I think it was pretty feckin' awesome :)
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I still fear these HL meets you speak of!
And that's no lie! :twisted:
here we go again....
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James Blast wrote:Benny from Crossroads
I was looking for a band called 'Crossroads'

:oops: :lol:

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Dark wrote:
boudicca wrote:One thing about HL meets - they're nothing like as intimidating as you might think. I have never felt so comfortable speaking to people I'd never met before :)

And the rest, as they say, is history 8)
I remember seeing a guy in orange with a drum machine in a bag, surrounded by dirty goffs. I was bought a drink straight away, saw a man with a penchant for quiffs, a London goth, a Sinister guy, both my favourite teachers, a very nice posh burd, someone in a flowery top with a meerkat badge.. and so many more that it all just blurs. :)

I think it was pretty feckin' awesome :)
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eldorado69 wrote:
Ramone wrote:


So who is the FAT tramp in the foreground?
How VERY DARE YOU :eek:

I'll have you know that I'm...ah bollocks I can't defend any of it..yeah your right.

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