Closest thing you'll get to our picture

Not that we’re camera shy or anything, but we’ll never put our photo online.ย  This is the closest you’ll ever get to seeing what we look like…

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Thanks for the fun distraction idea David

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6 thoughts on “Closest thing you'll get to our picture

  1. I find my own (or it is my alter’s?) Freudian slips to be very creative ways to express the forbidden feelings that me, the host, is forbidden to feel (let alone express) since in the past – when the host was a child expressing it – the very act of expressing them was not welcomed/validated by parents and/or other important people in the child’s life (teachers etc), but met by great amount of “negative meta-emotions”, in stead.

    So, the “closet” from the title can be seen as very creative expression of your alter’s feelings (using the metaphor of closet to express it).

    Well done, Sophie.

    http://sam-embracing-samo.blogspot.com/2009/01/gillian-wightmans-slideshow-on-working.html?showComment=1233847140000#c7409775612196208689

  2. Hi,

    You’re quite possibly right, I didn’t spot that last night and I usually check all our spelling twice. Some of us are shockingly bad at grammar etc, and some of us are illiterate. But as “closest” was then used correctly in the text of the post, it does seem a little odd. I know that it has happened in the past, but usually in conversations rather than in the written format.

    But now that we realise what we’ve done, the perfectionists have had to correct it ๐Ÿ™‚

    Take care
    B and Sophie ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. We won’t post our photo on our blog either. It’s not really a safe thing to do. Who knows who might be reading. I prefer to attempt to stay rather anonymous.

  4. I agree. I know some people put their photos online, and some who put them online behind protective levels with such things as friends only. There was an interesting (or scary) article in the newspaper here warning about people not to post holiday photos of their children anywhere online because of the way they can be used by others.

    But for us it’s really about hating our photo being taken…

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