I wonder if what we call addiction should be called not belonging, and wanting some chemical compensation for this feeling of asideness.
Things make us lonelier than we were before they happened, because they only happened to us. I guess this is why people feel less alone in groups with a commonly held belief.
Puberty's enough to knock anyone of their rocker, however good their parents, school, or record collection. Pubic isn't public, though it happens to everyone. It's the scar we disown. No hymns to hymens.
Here's a song if you'd like to hear it...I'm Too Tired To Kill You
Thanks for dropping in. Maybe tomorrow?