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Posted: Sunday, April 8, 2012 10:59:31 PM

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Posted: Sunday, April 8, 2012 11:01:08 PM

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Your recommended philosophy-guru is EPICURUS.

Key fact: Epicurus, founder of Epicureanism, is probably the most misunderstood philosopher of antiquity.

Must have: A delight in the countryside and gardens.

Key promise: Peace and tranquillity.

Key peril: Boredom.

Most likely to say: "The true hedonist can find as much pleasure in a glass of chilled water as in a feast for a king."

Least likely to say: "He who tires of the city, tires of life."



hellz yeeee. nailed it haha :p
SallyRAnne
Posted: Sunday, April 8, 2012 11:05:53 PM

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Your recommended philosophy-guru is ZENO OF CITIUM.

Key fact: He taught in a stoa, the Athenian supermarket, and hence founded the school of philosophy called Stoicism.

Must have: An interest in everyday life, for it is there that you learn life's big lessons.

Key promise: An ability to face anything, no matter how disastrous.

Key peril: To be "stoical" is to turn your back on passion.

Most likely to say: "If you have integrity, no-one can harm you."

Least likely to say: "Forget prudence! It won't help you anyway."
Guest
Posted: Sunday, April 8, 2012 11:31:15 PM

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ZENO OF CITIUM.

Key fact: He taught in a stoa, the Athenian supermarket, and hence founded the school of philosophy called Stoicism.

Must have: An interest in everyday life, for it is there that you learn life's big lessons.

Key promise: An ability to face anything, no matter how disastrous.

Key peril: To be "stoical" is to turn your back on passion.

Most likely to say: "If you have integrity, no-one can harm you."

Least likely to say: "Forget prudence! It won't help you anyway."


Maria814
Posted: Sunday, April 8, 2012 11:49:26 PM

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Your recommended philosophy-guru is EPICURUS.

Key fact: Epicurus, founder of Epicureanism, is probably the most misunderstood philosopher of antiquity.

Must have: A delight in the countryside and gardens.

Key promise: Peace and tranquillity.

Key peril: Boredom.

Most likely to say: "The true hedonist can find as much pleasure in a glass of chilled water as in a feast for a king."

Least likely to say: "He who tires of the city, tires of life."
Naughty_Magician
Posted: Monday, April 9, 2012 12:00:47 AM

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Your recommended philosophy-guru is ZENO OF CITIUM.

Key fact: He taught in a stoa, the Athenian supermarket, and hence founded the school of philosophy called Stoicism.

Must have: An interest in everyday life, for it is there that you learn life's big lessons.

Key promise: An ability to face anything, no matter how disastrous.

Key peril: To be "stoical" is to turn your back on passion.

Most likely to say: "If you have integrity, no-one can harm you."

Least likely to say: "Forget prudence! It won't help you anyway."

ZENO OF CITIUM is winning so far!

Had a dream I was king, I woke up still king!!
Iszofia
Posted: Monday, April 9, 2012 1:03:46 AM

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^^^^

Your recommended philosophy-guru is ZENO OF CITIUM.

Naughtygrl73
Posted: Monday, April 9, 2012 2:51:53 AM

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Your recommended philosophy-guru is EPICURUS.

Key fact: Epicurus, founder of Epicureanism, is probably the most misunderstood philosopher of antiquity.

Must have: A delight in the countryside and gardens.

Key promise: Peace and tranquillity.

Key peril: Boredom.

Most likely to say: "The true hedonist can find as much pleasure in a glass of chilled water as in a feast for a king."

Least likely to say: "He who tires of the city, tires of life."


Guest
Posted: Monday, April 9, 2012 8:52:28 AM

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Joined: 12/1/2006
Posts: 816,696
My recommended philosophy-guru is ZENO OF CITIUM.

Key fact: He taught in a stoa, the Athenian supermarket, and hence founded the school of philosophy called Stoicism.

Must have: An interest in everyday life, for it is there that you learn life's big lessons.

Key promise: An ability to face anything, no matter how disastrous.

Key peril: To be "stoical" is to turn your back on passion.

Most likely to say: "If you have integrity, no-one can harm you."

Least likely to say: "Forget prudence! It won't help you anyway."
OpenMindedGuy
Posted: Monday, April 9, 2012 9:15:02 AM

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Location: around the Toronto area, Canada
Key fact: He taught in a stoa, the Athenian supermarket, and hence founded the school of philosophy called Stoicism.

Must have: An interest in everyday life, for it is there that you learn life's big lessons.

Key promise: An ability to face anything, no matter how disastrous.

Key peril: To be "stoical" is to turn your back on passion.

Most likely to say: "If you have integrity, no-one can harm you."

Least likely to say: "Forget prudence! It won't help you anyway."
Guest
Posted: Monday, April 9, 2012 11:33:18 AM

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Joined: 12/1/2006
Posts: 816,696
Your recommended philosophy-guru is EPICURUS.

Key fact: Epicurus, founder of Epicureanism, is probably the most misunderstood philosopher of antiquity.

Must have: A delight in the countryside and gardens.

Key promise: Peace and tranquillity.

Key peril: Boredom.

Most likely to say: "The true hedonist can find as much pleasure in a glass of chilled water as in a feast for a king."

Least likely to say: "He who tires of the city, tires of life."
caramelvixxen
Posted: Monday, April 9, 2012 1:32:32 PM

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Joined: 2/8/2012
Posts: 97
Location: MA, United States
Your recommended philosophy-guru is ZENO OF CITIUM.

Key fact: He taught in a stoa, the Athenian supermarket, and hence founded the school of philosophy called Stoicism.

Must have: An interest in everyday life, for it is there that you learn life's big lessons.

Key promise: An ability to face anything, no matter how disastrous.

Key peril: To be "stoical" is to turn your back on passion.

Most likely to say: "If you have integrity, no-one can harm you."

Least likely to say: "Forget prudence! It won't help you anyway."




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HK4167
Posted: Monday, April 9, 2012 1:39:01 PM

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Your recommended philosophy-guru is EPICURUS.

Key fact: Epicurus, founder of Epicureanism, is probably the most misunderstood philosopher of antiquity.

Must have: A delight in the countryside and gardens.

Key promise: Peace and tranquillity.

Key peril: Boredom.

Most likely to say: "The true hedonist can find as much pleasure in a glass of chilled water as in a feast for a king."

Least likely to say: "He who tires of the city, tires of life."


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Guest
Posted: Monday, April 9, 2012 1:52:53 PM

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so are there only two fricken options? or are we all just alike? hahaah lame! :p
SirBunny
Posted: Monday, April 9, 2012 2:20:44 PM

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Zeno of Citium




Guest
Posted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012 3:19:54 PM

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Your recommended philosophy-guru is EPICURUS.

Key fact: Epicurus, founder of Epicureanism, is probably the most misunderstood philosopher of antiquity.

Must have: A delight in the countryside and gardens.

Key promise: Peace and tranquillity.

Key peril: Boredom.

Most likely to say: "The true hedonist can find as much pleasure in a glass of chilled water as in a feast for a king."

Least likely to say: "He who tires of the city, tires of life."
MMonroe
Posted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012 3:22:56 PM

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Location: United Kingdom
Your recommended philosophy-guru is ZENO OF CITIUM.

I liked the question 'Which do you think is more shocking, sex in public or belief in God'.
Guest
Posted: Tuesday, April 10, 2012 6:09:25 PM

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Your recommended philosophy-guru is EPICURUS.

Key fact: Epicurus, founder of Epicureanism, is probably the most misunderstood philosopher of antiquity.

Must have: A delight in the countryside and gardens.

Key promise: Peace and tranquillity.

Key peril: Boredom.

Most likely to say: "The true hedonist can find as much pleasure in a glass of chilled water as in a feast for a king."

Least likely to say: "He who tires of the city, tires of life."
Guest
Posted: Thursday, April 19, 2012 1:32:41 PM

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guru is ZENO OF CITIUM.

Key fact: He taught in a stoa, the Athenian supermarket, and hence founded the school of philosophy called Stoicism.

Must have: An interest in everyday life, for it is there that you learn life's big lessons.

Key promise: An ability to face anything, no matter how disastrous.

Key peril: To be "stoical" is to turn your back on passion.

Most likely to say: "If you have integrity, no-one can harm you."

Least likely to say: "Forget prudence! It won't help you anyway."
LoveGoddess16
Posted: Saturday, July 21, 2012 5:20:05 AM

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Zeno of Citium

..... there are a lot of us about :)




haha... just noticed... note to Naughty_Magician.... I'm guessing you didn't watch the vid then, reserves of patience Lol... I don't think so.... temper, temper!!!!

Thanks for deleting me, to be honest, your rude, spoilt brat ways were beginning to get quite tiresome, nobody tells me when to post pics or to prove that I'm a woman, I know I'm a woman and I'll post pics if and when I choose to, as you said, I am intelligent and therefore, perfectly capable of making up my own mind about what I feel ready for. As you also said, I'm not a pushover, I decide for myself when I'm ready to be intimate with someone and, clearly, I got that right, I know I would be regretting it now if I had been at all intimate with you. You tell me the other girls you speak to here are much easier, but I wonder if that's really true if that's how you go about things, maybe some women find that attractive in a man, I don't know.... to be fair, when we first started talking, you did seem quite pleasant and funny, but the more you demanded pictures and proof that I was a woman and the more you threatened to delete me each time you didn't get your own way, the more obnoxious and repulsive I found you, the Love Goddess needs a real man, not a spoilt little boy. binky

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overmykneenow
Posted: Saturday, July 21, 2012 6:43:38 AM

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LoveGoddess16 wrote:
Zeno of Citium

..... there are a lot of us about :)




haha... just noticed... note to Naughty_Magician.... I'm guessing you didn't watch the vid then, reserves of patience Lol... I don't think so.... temper, temper!!!!

Thanks for deleting me, to be honest, your rude, spoilt brat ways were beginning to get quite tiresome, nobody tells me when to post pics or to prove that I'm a woman, I know I'm a woman and I'll post pics if and when I choose to, as you said, I am intelligent and therefore, perfectly capable of making up my own mind about what I feel ready for. As you also said, I'm not a pushover, I decide for myself when I'm ready to be intimate with someone and, clearly, I got that right, I know I would be regretting it now if I had been at all intimate with you. You tell me the other girls you speak to here are much easier, but I wonder if that's really true if that's how you go about things, maybe some women find that attractive in a man, I don't know.... to be fair, when we first started talking, you did seem quite pleasant and funny, but the more you demanded pictures and proof that I was a woman and the more you threatened to delete me each time you didn't get your own way, the more obnoxious and repulsive I found you, the Love Goddess needs a real man, not a spoilt little boy. binky


Hahaha - I see the Naughty_Magician "Welcome to Lush" strikes again!

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adele
Posted: Saturday, July 21, 2012 12:46:59 PM

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our recommended philosophy-guru is ZENO OF CITIUM.

Key fact: He taught in a stoa, the Athenian supermarket, and hence founded the school of philosophy called Stoicism.

Must have: An interest in everyday life, for it is there that you learn life's big lessons.

Key promise: An ability to face anything, no matter how disastrous.

Key peril: To be "stoical" is to turn your back on passion.

Most likely to say: "If you have integrity, no-one can harm you."

Least likely to say: "Forget prudence! It won't help you anyway."


I do wonder about this test as I went in and answered it with the exact opposite answers and was told I was epicurus, then ai did alternating a/b, then alternating b/a and again on both, I got epicurus. When I selected all a, I fianlly got Plato, and all b's got me DIOGENES THE CYNIC.
terry20069
Posted: Friday, November 2, 2012 7:52:28 PM

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Joined: 10/4/2010
Posts: 117
Location: Houston, TX
Your recommended philosophy-guru is ZENO OF CITIUM.

Key fact: He taught in a stoa, the Athenian supermarket, and hence founded the school of philosophy called Stoicism.

Must have: An interest in everyday life, for it is there that you learn life's big lessons.

Key promise: An ability to face anything, no matter how disastrous.

Key peril: To be "stoical" is to turn your back on passion.

Most likely to say: "If you have integrity, no-one can harm you."

Least likely to say: "Forget prudence! It won't help you anyway."


NUMQUAM FIDES CATELLUS!!!
EcStaceysRainbow
Posted: Saturday, February 16, 2013 11:16:08 PM

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Joined: 5/19/2012
Posts: 9
Your recommended philosophy-guru is EPICURUS.

Key fact: Epicurus, founder of Epicureanism, is probably the most misunderstood philosopher of antiquity.

Must have: A delight in the countryside and gardens.

Key promise: Peace and tranquillity.

Key peril: Boredom.

Most likely to say: "The true hedonist can find as much pleasure in a glass of chilled water as in a feast for a king."

Least likely to say: "He who tires of the city, tires of life."
___
Less is more; find pleasure in small, exquisite doses
Jinxy
Posted: Saturday, February 16, 2013 11:43:37 PM

Rank: Princess Blondie

Joined: 10/10/2012
Posts: 3,137
Location: In His Heart, United States
Your recommended philosophy-guru is DIOGENES THE CYNIC.

Key fact: Diogenes was called a cynic, from the Greek for "dog", because some said he lived like a dog.

Must have: A love of going au naturel.

Key promise: Not a care in the world.

Key peril: His way of life upset lots of people.

Most likely to say: "A barrel is as good an abode as a house."

Least likely to say: "It is vital to follow social conventions."

†Jinxy Approved†

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