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by D.J. Paris on August 15, 2012
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For some reason the camera angle is such that I appear sinister and untoward. I assure you that I’m not. No, really.
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For some reason this “heroes” post and the “pets” post are tying in together with me. I actually didn’t have any heroes growing up. Now as an adult I can find people to admire, but growing up not so much. I wasn’t surrounded by role models, so I was always left looking for solutions for problems myself. It was sad, yet empowering. When you have no one to rely on for help or guidance, you’re forced to observe, watch, learn, then decide what’s best on your own.So now I have a bad habit of always looking for solutions even when people aren’t looking for solutions. I have a need to empower others, when most people don’t want empowerment. They need empathy and compassion and understanding so they can find their own answers.I’m still looking for heroes or role models to this day. They must be out there, I’m just not quite sure what one would look like or what the criteria should be. Maybe I’ll borrow one of your heroes and check ‘em out.Thanks for making me think too much this fine morning ; )
TRfromRL Just watch The View and pick those chicks. They’re not that talented or anything, but at least you would be done choosing heroes instead of obsessing about it!
tfpHumorBlog Haha!…The View. Dear god, it’s worse than I thought
Having a hero is never a bad thing. We have to have people for sources of inspiration. It keeps us motivated to aspire better and be more. In my opinion, the nice thing about a hero is they can be fictional or nonfictional. Its up to the individual to decide who is most important. Aaron
dadblunders Yep – although having fictional heroes to me is weird. I mean, I love Oliver Twist and all…
I do have heros (which you are TOTALLY one of!) but I’m not so sure I’d want to meet them. I think I might be heart broken and traumatised if I were to discover that they did things like us mere mortals. Things like eat and poo. And there’s always the possibility that they’d think I was a total dork. Then where would my self esteem be?
@Chris Dean Wow, thanks Chris. Yeah, meeting heroes can be a real downer. Hasn’t happened to me, but I’ve only met a few. Nah, celebrities love attention most of the time. I do. Well, except I’m no celebrity. Ha.
Dammit…now I just turned into one of those blank-starers! Let me stop and think…who are my heroes?
I’ve had the same hero for 10 years and I just got to meet her last week. It was probably THE best moment of my life. Even though I just stood in front of her and did the ugly cry because I was so happy.
I ought to do this. I wonder if any of my 35 followers (of which like 5 are people) would come up with any good ideas..
Sorry….I was too distracted by the suspicious stain on the pillow in the background as you were talking about impregnating someone or other or that pillow…ew
I liked the music that was jamming for the first 1:20.
Wow, who knew you were such a charming and “normal” guy….Enjoyed this a ton!
YEAH! You picked mine! By the way, my name is Rachael. You pronounced it like “Raquel” But it’s Rachael, like Rachael Ray (but not as annoying and way more stacked) Thank you so much for the shout out. I feel important now.
LMAO at the random pillow stain that TRfromRL pointed out. I’m praying to God Peepers did that. :)
Well that was fun. I have to confess that last question cracked me up. Not the question but your reaction to it was priceless! Sorry I’m still laughing.
AWESOME laughed at the part on going commando ROFL you rock
That was fun! You should do more of those….not that I have any cool suggestions for you to talk about or anything. But yeah. Do that again sometime sooner than later.
Thank you for replying to my ‘commando’ request. That was way more amusing than I ever thought it would be! And you’re really cute. You should do this more often, but maybe with less clothes.Just sayin’.(Can I get an AMEN?)
Being an only child I never had the benefit of getting to make out with
any of my sister’s friends (only child in case you weren’t paying
attention) but from what I have always heard it’s pretty good (as you confirmed in your story) I hear this so often though…it’s always the sister’s friend for the first real good kiss. Why is that? Is it the fear factor of the sister finding out so it amplifies the kiss? In your case is it because your sister was just feet away? Or is it because you just want to piss your sister off at some future point? Can you shed any light on this subject?Aaron
BitingLife Who’s the hero? Name or it didn’t happen.
That was unbelievably cute! Not awkward or sinister… You’re a doof, if you think that!… I did notice though… that you talk… in ellipses… much like you… write. Ha ha. The whole celebrity thing baffles me. I’ve had a MAJOR crush on an actor for about 35 years, due to the fact that he plays Beethoven flawlessly. Yeah, go figure. I’d marry him, seriously. Have his kids? Nah.
The sofa pillows look strangely inviting
Also the pregnancy thing is barbaric. Not all women think that way.
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