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  19-Feb-15, 09:34   #1
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lexa66692 

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Hello everyone, something boring lately, so I remembered a funny game!

Someone writes any word ,and next writes the word ,which he associated with the previous one.
For example :
First : Food
Second : Fruit
Third : Plants
etc
As the saying goes it is better to fill the posts here than there blush.gif
(C)perto.

Let's start :

Card Big Smile

     
  19-Feb-15, 10:18   #2
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jeffaboy 
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Location: Netherlands
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Posts: 856
Poker!

     
  19-Feb-15, 11:01   #3
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lexa66692 

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Age: 31 (M)
Posts: 12
money Big Smile

     
  19-Feb-15, 20:08   #4
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pochui 

Joined: May '08
Location: Lithuania
Age: 32 (M)
Posts: 8386
booze

     
  19-Feb-15, 20:16   #5
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luisexy69 

Joined: Jan '12
Location: Portugal
Age: 25 (M)
Posts: 405
drunk

     
  19-Feb-15, 20:36   #6
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jeffaboy 
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sex? Tongue

     
  19-Feb-15, 20:50   #7
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uno1Bomber 

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a girl

     
  19-Feb-15, 20:52   #8
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arsenej1 

Joined: Mar '09
Location: Canada
Age: 28 (M)
Posts: 3008
Vagina

     
  19-Feb-15, 21:24   #9
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luisexy69 

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lubrificant

     
  19-Feb-15, 21:34   #10
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raymonvdhaak 
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Posts: 257
wet wet wet Tongue

     
  20-Feb-15, 13:51   #11
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Location: Japan
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 3654
lubricious

"A lubricious movie is one that your mother probably wouldn't want you to see, no matter how old you are. Something that's lubricious is inappropriately or offensively sexual."

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (Friday, February 20, 2015 @ 13:58 GMT)


     
  24-Feb-15, 16:15   #12
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Location: Japan
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prurient

Something is prurient if it focuses attention on sex not in an artistic way or to teach something, but purely to appeal to your baser instincts. If something is prurient, it's sure to offend somebody.

Usage Examples:
After two years of reporting he had decided that, while Hart was flawed, the candidate’s refusal to answer prurient questions showed true strength of character.
The New Yorker
He did bits on his relationship with dogs and bats along with his prurient interest in rats.
New York Times
And there is absolutely no reason to feed their prurient and insatiable appetite for misery.
New York Times

     
  24-Feb-15, 21:12   #13
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luisexy69 

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crazy

     
  25-Feb-15, 00:08   #14
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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demented

Demented is an adjective describing behavior that is crazy, unhinged, or insane. Someone is demented when they have gone off the deep end.

Demented literally means "suffering from dementia," although in current culture it is used quite often to tease a sibling or good friend: "My brother thinks I am demented because I like to eat peanut butter and salami sandwiches."

Usage Examples:
"I don't know why. It's a little sick and demented."
Los Angeles Times
“I don’t think that anybody that says she’s demented has been to see her in the last 10 years,” Mr. Flynt said.
New York Times
And when it comes to love and sex, she shows her husband up for the demented fool he became.
Slate

     
  25-Feb-15, 03:36   #15
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arsenej1 

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Michael jackson

     
  25-Feb-15, 03:49   #16
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Location: Japan
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 3654
eccentric

You're most likely to encounter the adjective eccentric in a description of an unusual or quirky person — like a scatter-brained aunt who leaves her life savings to her cat.
From the Greek ekkentros, "out of the center," this word originally had to do with the orbits of planets that were observed to be slightly out of whack. Eventually it came to describe people who were a little kooky, both as an adjective and as a noun, too: an eccentric is an unconventional, odd person. Think of them as following a slightly different orbit from the rest of society.

Usage Examples:
Following an eccentric line, Ms. Tanowitz dodges sentimentality and sneaks up on deep emotion.
New York Times
But it fits with “eccentric” work such as 2010’s “Tabloid,” which looked at coverage of the infamous “Mormon sex in chains” case.
Los Angeles Times
“He was eccentric, a little bit eccentric, but charming,” she said at the Oscar de la Renta show last week.
New York Times

     
  25-Feb-15, 13:46   #17
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arsenej1 

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Tony_MON7ANA

     
  25-Feb-15, 21:35   #18
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Posts: 3654
wacko

A person regarded as eccentric or irrational: "a catchy pop portrait of a wacko who talks to himself in French" (Phoebe Hoban).

Usage Examples:
The wackos have declared victory and can live without subsidies.
Wall Street Journal
Her instant guilt coupled with his instant wacko routine deprives the film of any real sense of naughty indulgence, not to mention nuance.
Washington Times
Where is the wacko left objecting to rail transport of oil?
Wall Street Journal
They must have used a focus group of hard core enviro wackos from Calofornia if they thought that was a real problem.
Wall Street Journal
And blood tests of inflammation levels, previously normal, "went really wacko," she says.
US News
What would we do without wacko conspiracy theorists!
Wall Street Journal
Many right-wingers happen to think that the left’s obsessive egalitarianism is wacko.
Forbes
I'm teaching my children not to be wackos, I try to be an exemplary person who happens to be Muslim.
New York Times


     
  25-Feb-15, 23:05   #19
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arsenej1 

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Wife.

     
  26-Feb-15, 13:34   #20
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Tony_MON7ANA 

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Location: Japan
Age: 42 (M)
Posts: 3654
Question:
What kind of a spouse/mate/partner is likely to be attracted to a narcissist, or to attract a narcissist?

Answer:
The Victims
On the face of it, there is no (emotional) partner or mate, who typically "binds" with a narcissist. They come in all shapes and sizes. The initial phases of attraction, infatuation and falling in love are pretty normal. The narcissist puts on his best face – the other party is blinded by budding love. A natural selection process occurs only much later, as the relationship develops and is put to the test.
Living with a narcissist can be exhilarating, is always onerous, often harrowing. Surviving a relationship with a narcissist indicates, therefore, the parameters of the personality of the survivor. She (or, more rarely, he) is moulded by the relationship into The Typical Narcissistic Mate/Partner/Spouse.
First and foremost, the narcissist's partner must have a deficient or a distorted grasp of her self and of reality. Otherwise, she (or he) is bound to abandon the narcissist's ship early on. The cognitive distortion is likely to consist of belittling and demeaning herself – while aggrandising and adoring the narcissist.
The partner is, thus, placing herself in the position of the eternal victim: undeserving, punishable, a scapegoat. Sometimes, it is very important to the partner to appear moral, sacrificial and victimised. At other times, she is not even aware of this predicament. The narcissist is perceived by the partner to be a person in the position to demand these sacrifices from her because he is superior in many ways (intellectually, emotionally, morally, professionally, or financially).

Unpredictability
The narcissist acts unpredictably, capriciously, inconsistently and irrationally. This serves to demolish in others their carefully crafted worldview. They become dependent upon the next twist and turn of the narcissist, his inexplicable whims, his outbursts, denial, or smiles.
Moreover, the narcissist is a man for all seasons, forever adaptable, constantly imitating and emulating, a human sponge, a perfect mirror, a chameleon, a non-entity that is, at the same time, all entities combined. The narcissist is best described by Heidegger's phrase: "Being and Nothingness". Into this reflective vacuum, this sucking black hole, the narcissist attracts the Sources of his Narcissistic Supply.

Reference: http://mental-health-matters.com/narcissism-faq-the-spo...

Edited by Tony_MON7ANA (Thursday, February 26, 2015 @ 13:45 GMT)


     
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