Re: Nine-year old dads
|From:||Christophe Grandsire <christophe.grandsire@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, January 31, 2002, 21:24|
En réponse à Almaran Dungeonmaster <dungeonmaster@...>:
> I knew the French were an amorous people, but do nine year kidds have
> daughters to kick? Or did you mean "sister"?
<shameful look> He he he... that's a confusion I make since I began learning
English. I don't know why I make it (sister and daughter are different enough
words), and so sporadically (it comes back every two or three years...). Freud
would probably have a lot to say about this... :)))
As a conclusion, I did mean "sister" :( .
> Probably correlated to your less than masculine life-style ;-) You are
> the hunter/discoverer prototype.
Less than masculine? Well, I feel I behave personally quite masculine (ask Jan
about that, he'll agree. It annoys him enough like that :)) ). But it's true
that I have a high understanding of how precious is life since my early
childhood. Strange that I didn't become a vegetarian (not that I haven't toyed
with the idea. But I just can't stand the idea of never eating a good entrecôte
ever again in my life :))) ). But I agree about not being a typical
hunter/gatherer (but not discoverer, on the contrary! I love discovering
things, I just don't want to kill to discover them :) ). Not that I miss that:
we're advanced enough that we don't need hunting anymore, so why keep these
behaviours instead of moving on? :))
Take your life as a movie: do not let anybody else play the leading role.