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Lay Lines by Carol Lay for May 03, 2021

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    artsyguy65  5 months ago

    A perfect capture of the psychobabble that was the inevitable result of over-analyzing the ineffable nature of human attraction. And people are still making million$ peddling it…

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    rob mccallum Premium Member 5 months ago

    I’ve found I am overly aggressive with 50% of women I am interested in. The other 50% don’t find me aggressive enough.

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    Aladar30 Premium Member 5 months ago

    They were perfect for each other. Maybe too much perfect.

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    Three Steps Over Japan  5 months ago

    Good advice. Is never. Where you. Look for. It.

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    LOLBeth  5 months ago

    He could have saved himself years of seminars and therapy, and just asked her out, but noooo.

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    moonfrogger  5 months ago

    This is why you should listen to Janis Joplin.

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    Urbane Gorilla  5 months ago

    Neat Venetian-blind shirt the guy has.

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    Bilan  5 months ago

    On a similar note, I’ve always wondered about those get-rich seminars. If they made it rich, why are they giving seminars in order to make some money?

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    Craig Westlake  5 months ago

    Don’t hesitate, strike while the iron is hot – ‘course you’re probably gonna’ get your hand burned that way…

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    GregSearcy  5 months ago

    Sounds like my younger days….luckily, we both found our soul mates.

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    dmalzahn  4 months ago

    I’ve encountered this juxtaposition before, the more aggressive: grab life by the horns and the more laid back: zen-like approach and have had success with both. It’s baffling at times, but it helps to be open to both options. When I gave up trying to date, when I was younger, I decided to go back to school and get a second degree, this time in Music. And, of course, I met a girl in one of the ensemble classes, who later became my wife.

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