I feel a bit odd writing here. I only just found out about this site which annoys me greatly because I would like to have visited when my own personal guru (DNA) was still typing. He influenced me and my writing more than anyone other than John Cleese who I also adore.
I live in a small city in the middle of New South Wales Australia.
I am a female, 35, single (not by my choice, just circumstance). I do not believe in net affairs so if you are "seriously or dangerously" wierd and creepy, stop reading.
I am very fed up with my lot, however. I have very few people who understand what I mean by the need for TOTAL NON-EXISTANCE after this life which makes really deep converstaions difficult. (No I do not want to see the light of GOD to be shown the way).
I have a very good life, except the work bits which bore me stupid. If I had have been told teaching was glorified factory work I would have chosen unemployment and been more productive. (Stating that I am a very good teacher and the kids adore me and will even admit that to you if you ask them)
Enough ranting... I want to explore... Please feel free to chat with me, but if you e-mail me say you come from this site or I will just delete you. I hate junk mail even when no trees have died in the making.
Stay safe!

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