bubbles: (Too Much)
([personal profile] bubbles Jan. 12th, 2009 09:58 am)
I keep thinking I "should" post, but I don't know why. Will it benefit the world in some way? Will I actually go back and relive the memories someday? Will my flist feel an emptiness they can't explain, until my next update appears to fill their hearts with joy?

Um... Yeah. My internet persona is having an existential crisis, apparently, so... Later?

From: [identity profile] myras-girls.livejournal.com

Will my flist feel an emptiness they can't explain, until my next update appears to fill their hearts with joy?

Um... YES!

From: [identity profile] bubbles79.livejournal.com

*smirk* I knew you'd say something like that. *hugs*

From: [identity profile] rael-barclay.livejournal.com

OH my! This is exactly how I feel about posting! This kind of thinking has a detrimental effect on the frequency of posts...as I'm sure you already know or will certainly find out. DOH!!

By the way, when you post, it Does benefit the world, or at least me, in some way. :) I love hearing from you!

From: [identity profile] bubbles79.livejournal.com

Aww! I feel the same way about you! I always get excited when you post (even if I don't always comment...)

From: [identity profile] nonnierms.livejournal.com

hmmmmmm......i think i'll feel an emptiness if you don't post. But my non-postings will not cause emptiness. If they did, I might have to feel bad at causing emptiness. so, no, you don't feel empty if I don't post, but I'll feel empty if you don't. so you post and I'll read.



From: [identity profile] bubbles79.livejournal.com

Uh... Good thing I was feeling ponder-y today... This one may take me a while...

Post more. Got it.

From: [identity profile] nonnierms.livejournal.com

ah, well, you know me. Randomly messing with heads and all.