To my Indo-Asian followers of the Hindu and/or Buddhist persuasion: I hope that you had a good Diwali/Deepavali celebration. May the coming year bring you much happiness and prosperity.
To my fellow anarchists:
The fifth of November,
The gunpowder treason and plot.
I can think of no reason
Why the gunpowder treason
Should ever be forgot.
There's not much in my life for which I am grateful, but two of those things are that I'm not vanilla (would rather be single than date a vanilla person) and that I'm not an adherent of an Abrahamic religion. I'm certainly glad that I'm not both of those together. I simply can't imagine just how hard life must be when you go through it so deluded about it and how wrong you are about it.
Me: I'm not one to believe in vibes, energies or auras, but I have found that sometimes, if you put out to the Universe exactly what you need, you tend to get it.
Christian: Have you tried God? He tends to be a better option.
Me [tactfully]: Well, my experience with Abrahamic religion has made me dubious of your god and his shortcomings.
Christian: Well, I know I'm too old to start that other nonsense you're talking about.
Me [angry now]: Well, all I know is that Yahweh is an Indian giver (excuse the expression) and a Venetian tailor to boot, a so-called deity with many horrible character traits (which I'm not going to elucidate now; Richard Dawkins has done a fine job of that in The God Delusion). Besides, you've completely missed the point of what I originally said, but I can't be bothered to explain Pantheism to somebody so clearly close-minded as you are.
As for your comments to H about her age play and age regression, I don't know much about those topics (despite my own immaturity), but at least I have the good sense to not be judgemental and pontificate on a subject about which I know little.
Good day to you; I'm out!