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  • No more so than it is to do laundry, I'd say. LOL : )
    • officegirl
      Sorry could not help having a little fun at your expense. Please forgive. Honestly I didn't have any of any kind yesterday.
    • Ice man
      I didn't mind at all, there's nothing to forgive and it made me laugh. After reading some of your responses to my latest tongue in cheek questions I figured you were either cranky or had no sense of humor.
    • officegirl
      I know that is what a lot of people think but please I am just trying to fit in and you posted something about your Dr. telling you to shave so I thought it was a serious but light question. I know because of my age and upbringing and environment I am not going to get all references to everything but that is natural and what is humorous to some people is not to others. Plenty of people make serious answers to my silly questions meant as humor too but that is just - they are operating from their own perspective and what makes sense to them. Yes I am serious - I guess earnest is more the right word - and no I would not be considered a "fun" person but doesn't mean I have no sense of humor or don't want to have a little fun myself at times. I'm sure there are some people who ask questions just to get "serious" answers from me they can laugh at. Which is I guess OK but please don't devalue me for any lack of sense of humor or even for "crankiness" which I am not or for not understanding inside jokes of others. OK yes you can devalue me if you want but know that when you do that you might miss something good.
    • Ice man
      I haven't said anything to insult you and if you took it that way, I apologize. The thing about the DR was a joke and not true. You don't owe me any explanation for the way you are and I accept you regardless of it because you are an interesting person. As you say - to devalue you for a lack of sense of humor might lead to missing something good. On another note, I don't know how well you accept constructive criticism and again this is not meant to be insulting. I've read a lot of your answers and comments. I noticed that you often take an overbearing and overly critical tone, sometimes cutting and insulting when offering advice. I'm sure you don't mean to, and I'm equally sure you want to help people with their problems. But to be effective in doing so, you might want to lighten up a bit. It's ilke the old thing about attracting more flies with honey than vinegar.
    • officegirl
      Oh no sorry I didn't mean to suggest that. Its just that I can feel you "pull away". Of course I am not above criticism and I accept what you write as constructive criticism. I believe in having hope but I also believe in being realistic about things. Thank you for your comment.
    • Ice man
      You my fair lady, are very welcome. Now give us a hug and let's get back to work. ; )
  • I have.

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