I've met someone famous. When you see them as just another person, it's easy to forget
@pooper89 Yes.Rocker Eddie Money just died, and my dad was asking what I remembered about him. Eddie Money is a Bay Area guy and in the mid-80s, I was good friends with 4 brothers who were in a band and played every weekend at a local pizza place, and who had won the grand prize on an MTV contest with their video. Eddie got to know them and used to occasionally stop by and play with them at this pizza place, and I got to meet him briefly a couple of times after gigs when I was helping load up their equipment. He was looking into managing the band, but not too long after that he released his next record (Can't Hold Back) and it was a huge hit, and he went on a long tour and I guess any thoughts of managing another young band went out the window. I really only talked with him for a minute or two, but he was very friendly and gracious, and I could tell that he appreciated being treated like just another person, and he was able to let his guard down and just be a Brooklyn guy for a few minutes, and laugh at the conversations we were having.
100% agree with your statement.
In a perfect world I suppose :+)-
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Good story. I know exactly what you are talking about. YOU become her Heroin for internal validation and when the dealer disappears... she will start going through withdraws and even become hostile from what you have taken from her.
Thanks coach but this is something i struggle wiyh as i've found women are completely like this or not this way at all. But they're not wearing signs to designate which they are. Probably doesn't help that i'm too emotional for my own good. Cutting her off was very hard for me to do.
They are very intuitive creatures. Set boundaries in the beginning if they run then it's not worth it anyway. Most of the time this comes with a scarcity mentality because let's face it... it's tough out there so when we find someone we tend to go all in too soon.
I can understand this. My exs treated me amazing I loved it but I tend to be a giver so being put on a pedestal was weird to me.Lol not sure I would wanna be treated like a spoiled dog either though.Love that they treated me amazing it just was weird being so important to someone that wasn't family to me. But if take that anyway over being treated horribly.
I got too drunk and went stupid for a while. My bad! I actually agree! I got confused with the wording. Treat her like a fan, and she might treat you like a celebrity!
All I can think of is Kung Fu Panda, Mr. Skadoosher.
Ha Ha Ha why is that?
I treat people how they treat me.
I am glad you do but what does that have to do with you disagreeing with the statement?
I'd treat him like a celebrity too