January 26th, 2004
|07:10 pm - Haha!|
Is it really that improper to friend a person because you think she might be hot?
I mean, consider this: You haven't read any of her posts (except one or two), you've looked at her birthday and it's close to yours, and her user icon (which has an off-chance of being an actual picture of her, if you're lucky) is kinda hot?
No, I didn't add anyone today. But I was looking at some of the ADF "Friends" entries, and was amused at whose icons I picked to read the attached journals. I know for a fact that I've added people who I figured (or hoped) were hot on the off chance that they'd add me back (and some of you have!) and we could have civilized conversations with lots of flirting (and some of you have!).
*grins real wide*
Yeah, sometimes I'm a bastard, but at least I'm an honest bastard.
*laughs at himself even more*
And, yes, I'll admit it if I added you cuz I thought you might be hot. But you have to ask. I'll even tell you why I added you, if it wasn't *just* because you were hot :)
Hmm. . . I wonder how many current friends I can scare off with this?
*starts laughing harder than before*
Current Mood: rejuvenated
Current Music: "Gypsies in the Palace", -JB
isn't this the reason the internet was created? i mean correct me if my history is wrong, but i thought the pursuit of beauty was the reason for everything (the stock market, russian mail order brides, maginot line).
ugh, just excuse me, i'm failing in the social interaction department.
*grins* You also need to post more.
And it's historically obvious that the Maginot Line was done purely for the sake of beauty. It certainly wasn't for the sake of "defense" or "stategy" or "keeping the godsdamned Germans out" or any of those abstract concepts.