A whispered word, sheltered safely in the knowledge that those who are whispered to, understand the subtle words used. ” I love you” a phrase commonly used to display affection. But the context sometimes needs explanation. I love belle with all my heart. She is the most faithful, understanding, none complaining, warm fuzzy bed fellow.
Belle is my greyhound puppy!
So you see the context of “who” makes all the difference. Then you could go further. I love Titus Tobias. Now it gets more challenging, as most of you know, Titus is the commadore of RSYC. However as a friend and a confident advisor, as a man who is madly ” in love ” with his (dare I say )” cute “partner Greg, as I am a raving lesbian, how could I say I love titus? Well I do! Like a brother.
There are many people this can apply to, we simply tell them we love them for many reasons. Not all are obvious. Some a rare few are truly loved more than others. Brace and petal for example, not only do I love them, but I am “in love” with them both, and this may be hard to grasp for some that, three women can love each other so much, they can almost be one! Truly in balance.
Now how many times have you heard banter, of “love ya babes?” And missed the very context of the conversation? Something to think on.
People once they have misheard a conversation out of context, have few choices open to them. The obvious one, is to ask one of the conversationists, about the conversation until the context is established. But as always this is the most obvious, so it gets ignored. The second thing the human mind will do is revisit every comment and conversation they have had with the person in the conversation, and add together all the comments. Two and two makes twenty two scenario. Because without the context key, this method is intrinsically flawed! Your imagination runs riot, and you do yourself more harm than good imagining so many possible outcomes you simply tie your head up with knots.
The third scenario, is a combination of the two previous ones, added together. This is only successful if you have the context. Who is talking, why they are talking, and how and about what exact topic. For example…
A conversation was heard, where a woman was discussing openly the idea of battering some guys stern. Now the guy was quite receptive to this conversation, because he had both the context it was said, and the same forknowledge that the woman speaking was not into guys, at the sane time as others in the chat where understanding that he was gay. To add to the topic and to make it more fun, the chat was being delivered in group chat amidst thirty other people who also got the inuendo as it was delivered and a good time was had by all! But what if someone, who did not have either the context or the knowledge if who was talking, and being spoken about, overheard the chat? The obvious up shot would be that the woman was harrasing the man, and threatening the guy with a serious bend over and take it like a man option. But the truth is we all know what was really being discussed, was a woman who sails, and likes to ram the back of people’s boats! Without context or knowledge the mind plays trivk on the reader. And sometimes you have to pause to explain it.
Now if that is clear? We will move on to the next topic!