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Truth or Dare? I seriously could do either effortlessly.
I dare you to tell me the truth.
The truth is to dare.
I dare myself to tell the truth.
I'm chronically dysfunctional.
Not because I'm an artist (the excuse that I've been using all my life) but due to the fact that what I see in life just doesn't make any sense. And there's nothing that can stop my mind from thinking this way.
Well, I said it.
Doesn't make me feel any better though.
---------- Post added 05-09-2010 at 02:43 PM ----------
By the way, this is what I look like. Really.
The truth is to dare to prove itself.
The truth is there to be proven.
---------- Post added 05-09-2010 at 10:53 PM ----------
Yes we must stop making the same old excuses mustn't we.
You look really cute.
I choose truth, trying to prove to myself, subconsciously to those whose opinions I value, that I deserve respect. Usually I do ok, strangely enough.
The dare involves an uncontrollable risk, whereas the truth can be framed accordingly.
Doesn't the size of the lie determine the size of the risk?
Same for truth, I suppose?
Truth is controllable by lying, but also omission, which I see as technically different.
"They say" that some things are better left unsaid...
But sometimes the truth hurts...
The simple truth bit is true, I suppose because it's simple .
I don't believe ignorance is a higher form, but I like to think about the other stuff you said.
Truth or Dare?
Which would you choose?
What or who are you trying to prove?
Why are we afraid less of the swear than the dare?
(Are we afriad less of the truth than the achievment?)
Why do you do things you are dared to?
(Why do we dare?)
Do you think this is connected to youth?
(That to do the dare proves your man hood?)
Do we need danger and or trial to prove our selves?