Curious or Doubtful?

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  1. coolguy666

    coolguy666 Member

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    Can someone tell me the difference between these two (if there is one)? I think you could really help me out here with this. Yes, I may be curious or doubtful and that's what I want to find out. If anyone has any words of wisdom, please, they're VERY welcome. Thank you.:redface:
     
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    One can only respond out of one's own experience. I have a hunch that all of your disconnected thoughts and emotions would find a happy re-routing once the question you raise became immediately real.

    Go out, make friends. Friendships have a way sometimes of becoming much more and things start to happen; it's called bonding. And when that bonding is so firm that you need to find expression for it in actual sexual coupling (I avoid the colorful vulgar name) you won't need any coach; you will do what folks have always done, you will do what comes naturally and that kind of sex is the kind worthy of writing home about--which I hope you won't do because elders would know that they need to act surprised that "you would do that."

    There is wonderful mystery in sex: the more you know of it the more you become aware that there's always more to learn. Enjoy!
     
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    I find by definition, you can be or do both.
    curious= an desire to learn or know
    doubtful= by using a the thinking processes a rejection not to believe
    or feeling(s) of uncertainty and suspicions occur, giving rise
    to lack of trust.

    And yes, the two can work independently or apart from one another.
    You can be curious (seeking an answer) to remove doubt.
    Make sense to U:wink:
    Curiosity is somethimes a good thing if used as a learning tool for decisions
    and your better welfare.
    'Let not the young be misled.
    For common sense is not so common, if not said'

    Hope this helps.
     
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    Actually, what you wrote here makes a lot of sense. I never thought about bonding because I've always "fantasized" about it but always afraid about how it would come true.
     
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    Hmmm...

    If you're curious, you just don't know and want to.

    If you're doubtful, then you must have some suspicion of the truth.

    I guess.
     
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    Curious suggests positive feelings to me. Never experienced something but would like to try it and see.
    Doubtful is more negative. don`t want to try/don`t think i`ll like it, but possibly would try it.
     
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