Yup, I deserved the TL;DR.
Okay, so the dig was specifically about the moaning thing, which you then followed up with 2 comments with and about macho posturing — none of which were supposed to be serious.
Please, tell me that was about as serious as Johnny Bravo. I’m getting a little worried now.
I have no idea what Johhny Bravo is and am probably none the wiser for having looked it up really but suffice to say, I got the point about him being unsuccessful.
Have I been successful?
Well, obviously not — for various reasons (not all my fault but it does take two to tango), all my relationships failed.
But amongst those failures were a five year relationship, a six year relationship and an eight year relationship with four years of mortgage and living together … so, no, I don’t think I’m Johnny Bravo either.
You really are more “the transporter” than “the fast and furious” right?
Probably … although I’m no martial artist .
But if I’m reading between the lines correctly there then yes … I’m no splash and dash merchant — I like to take time and make you late for work ; )
<lets out breath in relief> Good.
Confidence is great. Being a little cocky is great. But when it’s overdone, all that will get you is an eyeroll.
As I said … it injects a little humour before the hot beef injection — gets her primed ; )
And … seriously this time … I try not to over-promise and to deliver on what I do promise — I just try to make sure my promise is better than any other you’ll get ; )
I can do that :) I’m going to take my time on this though. I still have off topic bookmarked.
Good … I’ll look forward to it : )
But it’s much too easy to become smug and start bragging. Acting like you’ve found the secret to love. No one needs to see/hear that. I do make an effort not to become that person. The reality is that plain luck has a whole lot to do with it.
True but understandable.
But you have ; )
To a certain extent, yes … but we also attract the people we deserve as well as the ones we don’t.
I’m not sure that’s even possible.
Choosing something almost always means rejecting something else.
I can always choose both : )
Which brings with it an interesting problem; is it possible to want what you already have?
The moment you don’t want it any more, you’ll let it go.
Most people will end up wanting the other thing.
Maybe … maybe not … but those who do might be well advised to consider what is fertilising the greener grass over the fence.
 Apparently I am that good on the dancefloor though — and that’s not macho posturing … I just love dancing and don’t care whether anyone watches or not :D