Lloyd Davies - THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A 30-YEAR-OLD-VIRGIN: 02/24/04

Lloyd Davies - THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A 30-YEAR-OLD-VIRGIN: 02/24/04

Post by Maximu » Thu, 26 Feb 2004 08:39:23

Don't you get tired of being stupid ? There are NO perfect human beings.
Il Dolce Far Niente

Quote:> Diary 02/24/04 by Lloyd Davies

> How much longer can I keep up with this charade? There are far more

important issues than babes that need to be addressed. It really goes to
show you where a lot of people are at. In a way, I don't blame them.
Mortality drives a person to impulsively seek gratification. The more
gratification, as the logic goes, the more satisfaction. It seems to be more
of a diversionary technique. Elements of hierarchy come into play, as it
usually does, to preclude the unworthy ones. So, what are the unworthy left
with? Most likely they are like me. I spend time picking hairs out of the
fabric of my beat-up sofa I picked up at Goodwill. This is a great time
killer, by the way. Laugh, if you will, but think about it. This is no worse
than drinking, and it is more productive than chasing babes. I kind of wish
I was Catholic, they always give up stuff for Lent, and hey, I give up
babes, or any chance of getting one all the time, so I should have lots of
points stored up for when I get to heaven. I will never have scored, but at
least I can say I was a *** my entire life!
 
 
 

Lloyd Davies - THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A 30-YEAR-OLD-VIRGIN: 02/24/04

Post by Jim Hacket » Thu, 26 Feb 2004 10:00:22


I can't believe that ANYONE could be so compulsive as to harass someone to
the extent that they harass Lloyd Davies (I don't even know or care who he
is). It should be  obvious to ANYONE who the sick bastard is.  Ever hear of
OCD?  There IS a cure for it...


Quote:> Diary 02/24/04 by Lloyd Davies

> How much longer can I keep up with this charade? There are far more

important issues than babes that need to be addressed. It really goes to
show you where a lot of people are at. In a way, I don't blame them.
Mortality drives a person to impulsively seek gratification. The more
gratification, as the logic goes, the more satisfaction. It seems to be more
of a diversionary technique. Elements of hierarchy come into play, as it
usually does, to preclude the unworthy ones. So, what are the unworthy left
with? Most likely they are like me. I spend time picking hairs out of the
fabric of my beat-up sofa I picked up at Goodwill. This is a great time
killer, by the way. Laugh, if you will, but think about it. This is no worse
than drinking, and it is more productive than chasing babes. I kind of wish
I was Catholic, they always give up stuff for Lent, and hey, I give up
babes, or any chance of getting one all the time, so I should have lots of
points stored up for when I get to heaven. I will never have scored, but at
least I can say I was a *** my entire life!
 
 
 

Lloyd Davies - THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A 30-YEAR-OLD-VIRGIN: 02/24/04

Post by Frank Whi » Thu, 26 Feb 2004 11:42:53



Quote:

>I can't believe that ANYONE could be so compulsive as to harass someone to
>the extent that they harass Lloyd Davies (I don't even know or care who he
>is). It should be  obvious to ANYONE who the sick bastard is.  Ever hear of
>OCD?  There IS a cure for it...

The thing is, Lloyd has done so many stupid and offensive things,
it IS possible to understand why someone would spend so much time
and effort hitting out at him.  I don't think it's wise, or
productive, or even completely sane; but Lloyd has been SUCH
a jerk in the past - and turned his back on those who try to
help him, over and over - I can see why some people obsess on
bludgeoning him every chance they get.

It's sad, really.  On ALL sides.

FW