random thought # 1

when someone says "I love you" and you tell someone "I love you", this is only meaningful if you both have the same understanding and experience of the vocabulary in use

6 comments:

Rimshot said...

Oh, I don't know if that's exactly true. It can be meaningful without common understanding. Perhaps wrong or erroneous or misunderstood, but still meaningful. Just a different meaning inferred than that which was implied.

I, still, like the views said...

I'm not going to argue with you

I hate altercation

anyhow, this is a light hearted blog and I usually avoic contentious issues

Rimshot said...

I'm sorry if my comment came off as flippant or dismissive. I was going for contrariness, not contentiousness. :-(

(stupid keyboard, obviously typing the wrong meaning to my words again...perhaps the batteries are low)

I, still, like the views said...

now you're misunderstanding me! that's cos I didn't add a winky face at the bottom of my comment

reread it again, and imagine I'd put

;-)

and then

:-)

and you'll know I didn't take what you meant the wrong way

(((((((((((shot))))))))))

Rimshot said...

Whew!

I hate alterations too! Once, I took a pair of trouser in to have the waist taken in (sigh, so very long ago!) and they let them OUT instead. Oh, wait...what were we talking about?

Des said...

love is not love
that alters when it alteration finds
... or was that altercation?