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The Mysterious Stranger

 
Anonymous Coward
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11/30/2016 06:27 AM
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The Mysterious Stranger
Anyone ever meet one of these while walking along a path?
skittle vortex

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11/30/2016 06:28 AM
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All the damn time. They're generally called con men and creeps.
where all of the missing skittles end up
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11/30/2016 06:30 AM
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All the damn time. They're generally called con men and creeps.
 Quoting: skittle vortex


What path did you find them on?
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All the damn time. They're generally called con men and creeps.
 Quoting: skittle vortex


What path did you find them on?
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I walk many paths.
where all of the missing skittles end up
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11/30/2016 06:31 AM
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All the damn time. They're generally called con men and creeps.
 Quoting: skittle vortex


What path did you find them on?
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I walk many paths.
 Quoting: skittle vortex


Why not only one?
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11/30/2016 06:32 AM
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skittle vortex

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All the damn time. They're generally called con men and creeps.
 Quoting: skittle vortex


What path did you find them on?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5459627


I walk many paths.
 Quoting: skittle vortex


Why not only one?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71556456


That would be boring.
where all of the missing skittles end up
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What path did you find them on?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5459627


I walk many paths.
 Quoting: skittle vortex


Why not only one?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71556456


That would be boring.
 Quoting: skittle vortex


Do you have a set destination?
skittle vortex

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11/30/2016 06:42 AM
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I walk many paths.
 Quoting: skittle vortex


Why not only one?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71556456


That would be boring.
 Quoting: skittle vortex


Do you have a set destination?
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Nope.
where all of the missing skittles end up
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11/30/2016 06:45 AM
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A mysterious stranger is just a mysterious friend you haven't met yet and loaned money to, never to be returned.
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11/30/2016 06:47 AM
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A mysterious stranger is just a mysterious friend you haven't met yet and loaned money to, never to be returned.
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Wouldn't a mysterious stranger be someone you have met who you did not know who is mysterious?
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11/30/2016 06:54 AM
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A mysterious stranger is just a mysterious friend you haven't met yet and loaned money to, never to be returned.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73518000


Wouldn't a mysterious stranger be someone you have met who you did not know who is mysterious?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5459627


Only if you exchange names, at which point the social contract becomes binding as to leave no room for the notion of stranger.

The average mysterious stranger is typically best left at that, a stranger, lest he become a mysterious friend who'll lean on you for motive unbecoming.
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A mysterious stranger is just a mysterious friend you haven't met yet and loaned money to, never to be returned.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73518000


Wouldn't a mysterious stranger be someone you have met who you did not know who is mysterious?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5459627


Only if you exchange names, at which point the social contract becomes binding as to leave no room for the notion of stranger.

The average mysterious stranger is typically best left at that, a stranger, lest he become a mysterious friend who'll lean on you for motive unbecoming.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73518000


Sounds path dependant
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Anyone ever meet one of these while walking along a path?
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Yes.Last year

I met her sat in the middle of nowhere with a cup of mint tea she had made from the wild mint she had found. She was a Young russian woman. Il not write her name here., But her name was relevant

She offered me a cup as I had been walking for hours. I asked her if she knew of anywhere decent to set up my tent for the night. (I didnt even question why or how she was just sat in the middle of nowhere with nothing other things to make tea).

She took me to a Hawthorne tree on top of a hill which looked over a sprawling field of broken sarcen stones and forgotten stone circles.

She said that it was a wonderful place to stay beneath the tree. The stones light up at night, and there are invisible horses. She told me it is best to be careful as that evening would be a dark moon, and sometimes bad things happen during the dark moon. But I would be safe beneath the Hawthorne.

Finally she went off wandering downhill to wherever she was going. I never saw her again.

That night I saw the lights around the stones. At first I thought they were people smoking in the dark, and it was the end of cigarettes. But when I went towards them they dissapeared. When I went back to my tent. One followed me and as I sat there, it glowed through the tree about 3 meters away. No smell of cigs.

I went to sleep and was awoke by the sound of galloping hooves. I popped my head out of the tent and there was nothing there. Shined my torch everywhere and saw nothing. But heard a horse right next to me despite nothing being there. I didn't feel scared, but I was a bit creeped.

Went to sleep and woke again with a feeling of utter dread. Like real fear. I popped my head out again, and there was a woman stood there.
Her face was a mixture of blacks and whites as if it was trying to form the face of a person, but was in a state of flux. The eyes ere black. Shiny black with no whites. Her hair was in a center parting, black and was so long it reached the floor around her bare feet. She was wearing whiteish robes that moved like silk or muslin cloth underwater. She looked solid and ethereal at the same time.

I thought I was going to die. Not in panic. But the rational side of me was telling me that walkers will find my body in a few days times and noone will ever know what happened.

The fear subsided and I began to think I could deal with this. So I stood up fully and faced her without moving forward. And then I asked for Michael to help and imagined him in all his reds with his sword.

The woman felt like she smirked but I didnt see it. And then she was gone.

I didnt go back to sleep. I waited for the sun to come up and went on my way.

The whole journey was 2 weeks long, but that happened on the 4th day of the fortnight. My whole two weeks roaming was like some epic journey of old with encounters and events which blew my mind.

Sorry I rambled then. But I relived it.

And I believe it was all thanks to that mysterious russian lady in the middle of nowhere
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11/30/2016 07:05 AM
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A mysterious stranger is just a mysterious friend you haven't met yet and loaned money to, never to be returned.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73518000


Wouldn't a mysterious stranger be someone you have met who you did not know who is mysterious?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5459627


Only if you exchange names, at which point the social contract becomes binding as to leave no room for the notion of stranger.

The average mysterious stranger is typically best left at that, a stranger, lest he become a mysterious friend who'll lean on you for motive unbecoming.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73518000


Sounds path dependant
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Depends, and depends on definition of mysterious. Consensus would likely say if you note or come across the same stranger three times (within short time period) then he might evoke a sense of mystery. That is usually related to path.

But a one-off mysterious stranger, well, they probably are a daily occurrence for most if people bother making eye contact and looking into their soul.
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Sure

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11/30/2016 07:35 AM

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Yeah I met one. He had "101" written on his jumpsuit and a strange device on his wrist.