[LMB] All generalizations are false, including this one OT:

Azalais Malfoy tiamat at tsoft.com
Tue, 25 Nov 2003 22:51:13 -0800 (PST)

On Tue, 25 Nov 2003, Marna Nightingale wrote:

> Azalais Malfoy wrote:
> > Being married is supposed to change you for the better, but being
> > married will only change you in ways that you're essentially
> > willing to change.  This is a lesson that both I and my
> > ex-husbands learned together.
> Yah. I prefer Ekaterin's theory (in ACC): nobody's going to hand you
> your adulthood. By the nature of adulthood, nobody can.  You just have
> to get up and go fetch it yourself.

Agreed.  And people do it somewhere between the age of eleven and
never, and once they do it there really is no stopping them.

> Besides, I'm not sure what my cut of this 'making a man out of a boy'
> deal is supposed to be.  I think I'd just as soon go find me a nice
> widower, in that case.

Either that, or if you have to put up with the boy-crap, keep 'em
around as long as they're pretty. ;-p

Oh, wait a minute.  Lots of men do that with us...

~malfoy :)
"That wickedness weltering around inside of you, inside of everyone, is
sacred somewhere.  There's a deity out there who digs it.  You can respect
and love your darkest side, disposing only of what is obsolete or
impractical.  It's all about giving yourself permission." --Jack Darkhand

"It is better to be cruel for love than for hate." --Thomas Burnett Swann