02-14-2007, 11:09 PM
@mystic - yes, she may have kids???? at her age, that's a joke. ok we'll just accept the fact that she does have kids.... and of course, we'll consider she's married, otherwise the scenario becomes way too easy to crack.
so she has kids, and she's married, but doesn't mind an affair over here over there. i mean, maybe the kids are from everywhere and there? whatever. now who was the guy who was hot for teacher again.....
make your move. she's hawt. now make her willing.
02-15-2007, 09:28 PM
Holding feet doesn't quite have the same feeling as holding hands.
Especially since your feet aren't nearly as sensitive or articulate as the latter.
02-15-2007, 09:30 PM
But "holding feet" can be a rewarding experience in of itself.
02-15-2007, 09:52 PM
okay okay c'mon. this has been off topic long enough.
back to this quote:
"When you like someone, you like him/her because he/she makes you happy. It's basically self-indulgence.
But when you truly love someone, you are willing to sacrifice everything for that person.
You no longer care whether you're happy or not, as long as that person is happy."
Since when I posted this, stuff happend.
I thought about this quite. I read over the thread. Stuff going on irl. Blah.
Anyway, looking back, I think I might disagree with this after all.
I kind of believe that love is born between two people. You might love a person who dosn't love you back, but you are not "in love" with that person. When you love someone, and they love you back, then it becomes something that exists between the two.
I woudn't want to see the person I love to be sad. In return I'm sure he woudn't want me to be sad either. When you're in love with someone, there's some kind of connection between the two people. You share feelings in a way. So for his sake, I woudn't ignore my own happiness.
On another note, if you truely love someone, and they love you back, I don't think you could possibly be sad. Just the thought of knowing that there is someone out there, probably thinking about you this very moment should make you smile, and feel happy.
02-16-2007, 12:16 AM
so ur saying love is a two way thing right? That i'd have to disagree with. I mean, if you love chocolate, there's no way chocolate can love you back...ahaha. J/k. But really, i mean sometimes i believe you can really love someone, but they just dont love you the same way you love them. You give them your all, but they couldn't care less, but it doesnt mean you dont love them. If your willing to self-sacrifice yourself since you really do love them, then it's love, tho it maybe only one way. It hurts the person who loves them, but i think it's love.
02-16-2007, 12:25 AM
Love doesnt have to be two-way. It would be great if it always was, but more often than not, someone is going to end up loving a brick wall who barely recognizes their existence.
02-16-2007, 12:30 AM
So true. Love isn't always like the movies and even if you do everything right, it doesn't guarentee the person will react like you want them too. Love is unfair but I love to love anyways.
02-16-2007, 12:47 AM
I guess I've just adjusted to celibacy... It guess it helps when you love volleyball (or something else) to take your mind off things
02-16-2007, 12:55 AM
ehh, i thought this was about what love is when it comes to how a person feels, not whether its two sided or not.
02-16-2007, 01:19 AM
Originally Posted by csuti
That's no always the case. There's stalkers and molesters and what not.