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What I learned from the mud wrestling!
August 24, 2007
9:24 pm
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Well, it was a very close match, both the Krusher and the Skoolgirl exhibited equal talent and ferocity while slangin da mud!!.

What I learned (or re-learned) -

Everyone likes a good fight, even (or especially) here at AAC. I suspected, as I have often suspected during the controversial threads that there were many more watching than participating.

I was reminded by the naughty Rouxlady, GG that the conflict will bring the most timid out of their shells, and sometimes the conflict will bring the normally assertive running up the hill.

The sight mostworth seeing in my rearview mirror was that of the usually modest MJ naked, muddy and serving hot dogs. Ball Park Franks? Hahahahaha- I like to died. What my world needs now is a weinie on a stick!!

And I, Bevdee, really (not virtually) left with my hair still very kute by the way, but the muddy mob turned on me, snarling and snapping with mud on their teeth, calling out to me in their mudlust, and I didnt find out till later.! My most gentle supporters!!!! : O I had nightmares!!!!

August 24, 2007
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Hmmm....I don't recall reminding you of anything tump. Maybe that was mj???

I learned about the spirit of competition and the positiveness it can have on us. Thank you all participators, hillside and ringside!!!

August 24, 2007
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Glad you were entertained!

August 25, 2007
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the muddy mob turned on me, snarling and snapping with mud on their teeth, calling out to me in their mudlust

things fell apart, the centre could not hold......

Ah, bev, what a poetic recollection! It's all grist for the mill, isn't it??!

August 25, 2007
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I re-read the thread, and I think maybe I learned something in the re-read. Horsefly, if my calling you hon caused you to "leave", I apologise. Maybe I am reading too much into it, but you left right after that post. Again, I apologise.

August 25, 2007
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Thanks Bevee, The truth is I was afraid I was in trouble. I didn't know it the SC appreciated me bringing up betting. I just didn't know the rules. So I backed out. I thought you were trying to drop a hint. No offense taken. I was confused so I just left it alone. I appreciate your concern, but everything is cool. It was fun and I am just layed low. Your Pal, horsefly

August 25, 2007
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"sometimes the conflict will bring the normally assertive running up the hill."

Does that mean you, bev? What I thought was interesting on that thread was how you kept insisting that although various wrestlers claimed to have gotten you muddy and dragged you into the fray, you were untouched and had hotfooted it to the county line like a deus ex machina in reverse.

In theatre improv, that's called "not accepting an offer" ~ i.e., not going along with an element proposed by another actor. Blocking by saying "no". Did you notice that?

I will admit that I was actually scared of taking part on that thread as a "featured combatant". I had no idea how we were going to cyber-mudwrestle and whether I would be able to participate without being completely humiliated and looking like an idiot.

So what I learned from mudwrestling was that I actually could trust the others to play along in a generous way and hand each other lines we could work with. And how brilliantly creative everybody was!! I think Lala deserves some kind of award for inspired carny barking, not to mention her disappearance and drunken reappearance at the end. Inspired!

I enjoyed watching gg's bossy side come out, with all her warnings for infractions that she made up!!

I think my very favourite line, one which makes me laugh out loud every time I re-read it, was "shut your trap kroika, or I will do it for you!"

I had a pleasant memory of times my mother and I would engage in mock-insults and play-fights to pass the time while doing dishes sometimes. It was a reminder of how much fun insults can be when you know they aren't meant for real. But what a fine line exists when you aren't sure of the other's intentions.

And to Mich, my worthy opponent... a big fat mud-kovered HUG. I'll wrestle with you anytime, woman ;~)

August 26, 2007
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Kroika,

I will post more later, but if YOU will notice, I "left" before anyone even batted their mud encrusted eyelashes over at me. I told GG twice that the posts she was getting from me were TEXTS from my cell phone!

I guess that just proves that we hear what we want to hear.

Later mud-goddesses!!

August 26, 2007
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I thought that was "in character". I guess it's hard in a make-believe situation to tell when the 'fourth wall' is down.

I guess that just proves that communication on an anonymous board in the middle of play-acting can be difficult to interpret.

Hmm, yes there is more that could be analyzed about choices made of what to say. But it will have to be later. This mud goddess has a late date.

catch you later, hope your shift is going well.

August 26, 2007
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kroiks,

i was drunk when i finally returned to the thursday mad mud mission.

so i learned once again, that i can do a great job when i'm sober. i can have "no contact", carry out a thought or idea, be creative be witty have fun, be myself, and follow through with sanity.

i learned that getting drunk to cope with things adds other problems...like me drinking and not showing up for the fight....that was inconsiderate, a bad coping skill for anxiety and i was too drunk to be of any support on the mud thread. i missed out on a fun thing in life drinking away other problems i have no control over.

so....sober is better. funny how i got to see the difference in me through posting. amazing revelation for me. i like me better sober. so the best thing i took away from the fight was: being accountable and one other thing: to stop the insanity one day at a time. i am the only one who can do this for me.

oh it was all a grand show a grand event with a grand outcome....MUD OUT> i still have a ringmudster sequin jacket i would like to use for m.c'ing if i ever get another opportunity....didn't get a splash of mud on it but i did spill beer on it!!!???####!!! ugh.

August 26, 2007
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Lala

I am not wanting to make light of your situation, but I just have to say it, because it is a quote that contains mud -

"Here's mud in your eye!"

I'm glad you are feeling better. You really are a great carnival barker kind of gal- very kreative.

August 26, 2007
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and here's egg in your beer...don't slip on the mud and spill the glass...you might ruin your capri pants ....LOL

have a great day....i am doing better.....the calling was wearing me down. no i am unavailable to him and i feel better.....it is a better way to live.
the stress isn't there trying to communicate with an abuser....no contact has it value if i would only see it for that....and not punishment for me.

August 29, 2007
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My check went into the mail today....

Thanks AAC

August 31, 2007
12:22 pm
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hey hey -- as of this morning I see more donations have arrived and we have met the goal of paying for the site till the end of December! High fives all 'round, AAC Mudwrestling Alumnae :o)

It gave me a lift to see that, which I needed as I had a crummy night at work and am feeling a bit under the weather to boot 🙁

Off to bed with some serenity restored to see that our fun(d)raiser was so successful!

kash-kounting kroiks

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