If I can't think of a discussion is it because I have nothing to say or because I want to actually have something to say before making a discussion?
By Joliet Jake
June 26, 2017 4:07am CST
In the past few weeks I have 'abandoned' more discussions that I started to write than I have actually posted. Been trying to 'tone down' the negativity a bit, but I am not really sure why. I've found myself getting several sentences in to writing one, and then just deleting the whole thing. Maybe I need to go rob a bank or something so I'll have a really interesting subject to talk about. Ah well... *raises coughee cup* SALUTE!!! G'mornin' myLotters...here we go again...
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• Eugene, Oregon
26 Jun 17
I do that as well. I think I have a good topic and start writing a discussion, and I do end up deleting it as I didn't have as much to say as I thought I have. Most of the time, I will think of something first, before I start one, so that way I will be able to post what I wanted to post. I don't start all that many anyway, as I guess my life has been boring lately. I susually start discussions abut my life, and I might have to stop that, and come up with something else. Oh well, een if I dont' I will still be here to comment back to others.
• United States
26 Jun 17
I've had times like that. The post-to-be sounded good at the time, but eh, for whatever reason it just wasn't worth finishing. And maybe it was just as well . . . it wasn't meant to be . . . oh well. Just another day . . . just another post . . . just another cup of coughee . . . hmmmm, maybe I should just delete this comment .