On Fri, 23 May 1997, Brian Donnelly wrote:
> I'v been trying to stay out of this discussion, but I really must muddy the
> waters here. I certainly like nice guys, but, no criticism of Brian
> intended, I find myself drawn to the ones who are a little dangerous. Not
> that they're good for me, just that I crave them. But Brian, we may flirt
> with the dangerous ones, but we marry the nice ones. At least, that's what I
> FWIW, I was just going to say the same thing (about the "dangerous ones").
> What I've also heard: "I don't want a doormat. I want a man."
Just ask anyone who accidentally married a dangerous man--you become
permanently allergic. Gentle, kind, thoughtful of others, high
self-respect--that is a human being in full flower--and the only kind of
person that you want in your life. If someone thinks that this equals
"doormat," they don't deserve your friendship. Leave them alone, they
will just try to turn you into an angry, confused person--to fulfill their
own destructive urges.
How about them Celts?