TRULY, MADLY, DEEPLY

NEEDS , WANTS, DESIRES

12 comments:

Steg said...

Oh yes. I so know what you mean!

Rimshot said...

I, on the other hand, remain clueless.

Gordie said...

Is it a typographical pun on the word bold,, perhaps?

Rimshot said...

Thank you for the 'clean-up'

Rimshot said...

Well, it seems the comment box is having a bit of fun at my expense today.

I, like the view said...

eh? nothing's happening at your expense, dear shot

not that I'm aware of, anyhow

these six words came about because I was thinking about the film, and also thinking about what I actually "need", "want" and "desire" right now

and I put the pairs of three words together - I almost rearranged the film title into truly deeply madly

because for a while I equated "need" with "truly", "want" with "deeply", and "desire with "madly"

but then I changed my mind

I'm really struggling with what I need and what I want at the moment

I need what I want, but cannot have it with the result that I am going slightly mad. . .

(I'm assuming you've seen the film?)(if not, perhaps this post really does make NO sense whatsoever and no wonder you are clueless)(hugs)

I, like the view said...

(see, I have no idea what gordie is going on about whatsoever)(so I'll join you in the clueless corner, eh, shot and we can play rock paper scissors maybe)

Rimshot said...

YAY! Company for me in the clueless corner!

mig bardsley said...

Am also clueless as I haven't seen the film :) (I don't quite understand what we're voting for either)
Can I join you in the corner?
xxx

Gordie said...

I saw needs, wants desires and wondered if you desires called upon you to be bold? And then I heard the voices of Kenneth Williams and Hugh Paddick going "Oh, he's bold!"

Mel said...

<--sees the 'clueless corner' vacant and sets up a tent

(obviously gonna be here a while.....)

I, like the view said...

I'm really really liking the thought of camping mel, might have to make this a permanent fixture

not just a corner, but a whole area! might even give it a label all of it's own. . .

"The Clueless Corner"

I like it!

how about "The Clue Less Corner" (that would have to be a circle, eh, a place less a corner)