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Fictional love = Real Life love?
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Posted 2/23/07
You can't compare fictional love and fantasies to real life. You will only end up being disapointed.


technoinfection wrote:

hopchow's response was perfect actually....no girl is ever going to find a guy that is completely devoted to making her feel like she is his whole world....this just doesn't happen EVER.


I kind of agree ... but then again no. I just think that a lot of guys have a different way of showing girls that they are their whole world. Ive known a lot of guys that were very devoted and you could tell that their gfs were their whole world. It just doesn't happen like it does in fictional situations.
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Posted 2/23/07
I don't think a girl should ever compare their relationship with anything.
Though if a guy isn't what you're looking for, don't waste time beating around the bush and just dump him.
Because sooner or later you will actually fall in love with him even if he isn't what you're looking for, and you'll have a hard decision to make.
But there are many romantic guys out there. They have their faults too, though.
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Posted 2/23/07
Sometimes I feel in a conversation I am expected to follow an invisible script and if I say or do something that isn't in the script, I'm in for a rough ride.

It took me a while to work that out. For a long time I couldn't understand why they get upset over whatever I said or did and I'm sure it's to do with a prepared script in their head because they sometimes say, "Why can't you say anything right?" Right? According to what? Their scripts?

Edit: A lot of guys in romantic films and drama do a lot of things I wouldn't do in real life.
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24 / F / Philippines! ;]
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Posted 5/25/07
Hhm. actually that already happened to me.


He is my mortal enemy. then became my bestfriend.. then yeah.. fell inlove.. but oneday he told me he need to go to singapore.. to study there.. and yeah.. what can I do? T_T i'll just let him..
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Posted 5/25/07
I think On screen romance and real life romance blends together, now the sex scenes are another story...if only it really did go that smoothly lol choreographed sex...

but anime def takes it to the exteme...gives me a headache sometimes lol
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Posted 5/25/07
lol
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Posted 5/25/07
Guy give a gal love in return for sex ,
Gal give a guy sex in return for love ....

My advice is Learn the person better b4 being together...
Dun be fake by their first impression...
I experienced it b4 and it hurts !!!
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Posted 5/27/07
imo they always exaggerate love in the anime, ALWAYS, in order to brainwash the females and the unfortunate "males" that gets hooked on watching them by exaggerating the love to the extreme. ex. i would NOT get back with a girl that cheated with me or i would NOT be freaking desperate as hell.
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30 / F / Houston, TX
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Posted 5/27/07
Men aren't as gallant and pure-hearted as the ones in fictional works... so no.
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76 / F / in the club
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Posted 6/5/07

Fictional love = Real Life love?

Fictional love is sweet, carefree, romantic and unconditional -- that's is why it's fake and phony.

Real Life love is unpredictable. It’s selfish, lustful and deceitful – that makes it tough.
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28 / M / Home of SeaBiscuit
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Posted 6/5/07
Yup. All men have hidden white horses and bouquet of roses ready just for such times we meet a charming young fair maiden.
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27 / F / Sydney, Australia
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Posted 6/18/07
fictional love...just the way it's worded...i don't think it'll ever happen to me... but i wish it would! hehee!

i like the idea of meeting a guy who is my enemy at the very start...and then slowly loving him (and vice versa)! now that's what i call true looooovveee mohohoho

maybe that's why i can't stop watching asian dramas - it's nice seeing that happen in dramas!

okay...back to daydreaming
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26 / M / Hells Gate
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Posted 6/18/07
.....fictional love is in a way exaggerated.....BUT true love can be the same........just go the extra 10 yards....
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30 / F
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Posted 6/18/07
just go with the flow babii..
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24 / F
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Posted 6/18/07
Asian dramas give me unrealistic expectation about live

examples:
-if you're a naive/cute/bubbly enough girl any guy will fall for you
-bad guys and rich snobby boys will change for you and want to marry you instead of some hot model with a perfect body
-the mean girl will always have a change of heart and be your best friend in the end even though you stole her man
-every story invovles incest, amnesia, cancer, or some random hardship
-if you wait in the rain or get sick from a cold someone will come and save you and take care of you
-it's only real-love/tragic-enough-for-a-drama if the couple is made of a CEO/gazillionaire and some sort of common/poor folk, so that you know, everyone associated with the rich person can be disgusted at first and the poor lover can live out the fairytale
-if your love life is not going well, you have a possibility of suddenly dying of some terminal disease
-if your love life is going well there will be some kind of misunderstanding involving a third person
-you think that in Korea, everyone is weepy, every day of their lives.
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