Comments for the Wakefield Doctrine<title> http://wakefielddoctrine.com (the theory of clarks, scotts and rogers) Wed, 28 Jan 2015 13:53:09 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.5 Comment on Twensday -the Wakefield Doctrine- ‘…it was a clark and stormy night‘ day, day! and, kinda boring towards the end too!’ by Lisa @ The Meaning of Me http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2015/01/28/twensday-the-wakefield-doctrine-it-was-a-clark-and-stormy-night-day-day-and-kinda-boring-towards-the-end-too/#comment-41459 Wed, 28 Jan 2015 13:53:09 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24883#comment-41459 Fabulous title, Clark! I wasn’t ready to read posts this morning, but this one dragged me over.
OK, it looks like I’m copying Christine’s answer, but (so proud of myself) I said definitely a Clark doing the behind-the-scenes thing of taking the photos. Always.
As for who is telling the tale…the Roger, since Rogers like to quantify things, would be a good tale-teller, but you used said who would ‘mis-remember’ so I want to say the Roger because by your words somewhere, they “miss the enjoyment of the unexpected and strange” so they will have missed a few fun details.
The Scott ends up as the self in the selfies.

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Comment on -the Wakefield Doctrine- “Ladies and Gentlemen, this is a personality theory” by Lisa @ The Meaning of Me http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2015/01/26/the-wakefield-doctrine-ladies-and-gentlemen-this-is-a-personality-theory/#comment-41458 Wed, 28 Jan 2015 13:47:04 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24866#comment-41458 Know what, though? The wingman could be Miss Scott. By urban dictionary and pop reference definition, the wingman (or in this case wingwoman) would be Miss Scott because the wingman is the person you bring along to a singles outing to help you out with the women (or in this case men). The Scott would be the one in the thick of the social thing helping the others along.

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Comment on -the Wakefield Doctrine- “Ladies and Gentlemen, this is a personality theory” by Lisa @ The Meaning of Me http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2015/01/26/the-wakefield-doctrine-ladies-and-gentlemen-this-is-a-personality-theory/#comment-41457 Wed, 28 Jan 2015 13:44:44 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24866#comment-41457 Clicked back here from Wednesday’s…a quiz? I can never resist. But I have to pour more coffee to think through this one. Let’s see…
Blends in, preppy conservative…Miss Roger. Part of the herd.
But maybe the bo-ho chic is Miss Clark. Different, kicky, not like the others.
I think the low-cut all out there outfit is definitely Miss Scott.
Amiright??
Most likely to pay for her own drinks? I do feel like it is often Miss Clark because she would be hovering on the edge of “in the loop” and wouldn’t put herself “out there” enough to have anyone offer. This would leave her both relieved and disappointed. Maybe?
Most likely to be wingman…based on the basic definition of being positioned behind and outside the lead plane,…Miss Clark. But. Since the wingman makes sure the lead plane is OK, perhaps it could be Miss Roger, who would want to make sure everyone got home safely and without issue.

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Comment on Twensday -the Wakefield Doctrine- ‘…it was a clark and stormy night‘ day, day! and, kinda boring towards the end too!’ by Christine http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2015/01/28/twensday-the-wakefield-doctrine-it-was-a-clark-and-stormy-night-day-day-and-kinda-boring-towards-the-end-too/#comment-41456 Wed, 28 Jan 2015 13:40:49 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24883#comment-41456 But scotts are the center of attention, telling the funny stories people! I’d be getting serious mileage around the water cooler! I guess it’s the “mis-remember” part that says it’s a roger?

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Comment on -the Wakefield Doctrine- “Ladies and Gentlemen, this is a personality theory” by Lisa @ The Meaning of Me http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2015/01/26/the-wakefield-doctrine-ladies-and-gentlemen-this-is-a-personality-theory/#comment-41455 Wed, 28 Jan 2015 13:36:36 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24866#comment-41455 And coining new words, to boot?

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Comment on Twensday -the Wakefield Doctrine- ‘…it was a clark and stormy night‘ day, day! and, kinda boring towards the end too!’ by clarkscottroger http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2015/01/28/twensday-the-wakefield-doctrine-it-was-a-clark-and-stormy-night-day-day-and-kinda-boring-towards-the-end-too/#comment-41454 Wed, 28 Jan 2015 12:31:42 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24883#comment-41454 Christine

keerect! (on the ‘who is the photographer’… it is near-axiomatic that, at any social gathering where a photo of the group is a desired thing, it will be the clark behind the camera…at least until the scott notices… (it will be easy for the scott to notice, as he/she will be in every photo… and no, not because scotts are photo-hogs…. it is because scotts are the focal point of most gatherings (whether the participants so desire or not)…

the scott will not be the source of the stories the next day… they will, however be the credentials (for the story) being told the next day… (again, scotts are the active ones)

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Comment on Twensday -the Wakefield Doctrine- ‘…it was a clark and stormy night‘ day, day! and, kinda boring towards the end too!’ by Christine http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2015/01/28/twensday-the-wakefield-doctrine-it-was-a-clark-and-stormy-night-day-day-and-kinda-boring-towards-the-end-too/#comment-41453 Wed, 28 Jan 2015 12:09:10 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24883#comment-41453 I agree. Great title.
As for the answers…scott telling the story the next day…ummm…no clue. Perhaps clark is the photographer?

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Comment on Twensday -the Wakefield Doctrine- ‘…it was a clark and stormy night‘ day, day! and, kinda boring towards the end too!’ by Denise http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2015/01/28/twensday-the-wakefield-doctrine-it-was-a-clark-and-stormy-night-day-day-and-kinda-boring-towards-the-end-too/#comment-41452 Wed, 28 Jan 2015 11:54:37 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24883#comment-41452 FRIST!
Yes, love the post title.
Let me post this and then….read lol

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Comment on -the Wakefield Doctrine- “Ladies and Gentlemen, this is a personality theory” by Twensday -the Wakefield Doctrine- ‘…it was a clark and stormy night‘ day, day! and, kinda boring towards the end too!’ | the Wakefield Doctrine http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2015/01/26/the-wakefield-doctrine-ladies-and-gentlemen-this-is-a-personality-theory/#comment-41451 Wed, 28 Jan 2015 11:35:45 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24866#comment-41451 […] (Follow up on newest Doctrine blogroll member, Val’s scenario in Coments: […]

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Comment on -the Wakefield Doctrine- “Ladies and Gentlemen, this is a personality theory” by clarkscottroger http://wakefielddoctrine.com/2015/01/26/the-wakefield-doctrine-ladies-and-gentlemen-this-is-a-personality-theory/#comment-41424 Tue, 27 Jan 2015 15:44:47 +0000 http://wakefielddoctrine.com/?p=24866#comment-41424 ah yes Ms. Val

…(taking off glasses, polishing for a bit…clearly stalling)

Actually, I do want to compliment you on this scenario. It is spot on. I will let anyone out there tackle it first… in fact, allow me to indulge in a second compliment, you have given me a basis to explain one of the practical aspects of learning and practicing the Wakefield Doctrine.
When someone asserts, ‘that person is such a (fill in predominant worldview)’ it is not only not rude to say, ‘oh yeah? why are you calling that worldview?? it is totally in the spirit of what the Wakefield Doctrine is all about to engage in a discussion (i.e. ‘damn! you’re right! I didn’t notice the beret he was wearing‘ or ‘she told everyone there that it was not the smallest bikini she could fit into…so clearly that implies a certain …scottian aspect, but I’m not quite sure’ lol

I like your scenario. Lets add to it! Which one is most likely to pay for her drinks? Which of the three is wingman?*

* do you people have ‘wingmen’ too? not totally sure… (oh, yeah! almost forgot the obligatory disclaimer: the Wakefield Doctrine is gender and culture neutral) ok..back to wingmen

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