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What is love?!?!!
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love is a four-lettered synonym for fairydust
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when everything feels right (:
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When you love someone it brings the worst and best out of you. You start being maybe a jerk, jealous, selfish, naïve, stupid… but also caring, and giving, kind and maybe even start a diet or go to the gym to look better for that person hoping he-she will notice
Idk really.. love comes in several ways
For me, love is draining the last breath and nerve cell in the other person. Its tiring but worth it. Its terrifying cause maybe its unrequited or just impossible.
Its like the strongest magnetic field ever, once u are in u cant rlly evade it. U get in too deep n u get hurt twice as hard
Love is.. sacrificing everything for the possibility of having a little piece of cloud
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Love is the fuzzy feeling in your heart that says: "Damn I wanna fuck this person"
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love to me is something you must express more then say. you must show you love someone not just say it. its the deepest form of pound between people and the one that everyone wants and is easy yet hard to get at the same thing. in other words its a damned great thing and a damned complicated thing.
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TheModernDayZombie wrote:

Love is the fuzzy feeling in your heart that says: "Damn I wanna fuck this person"




no that is the feeling of your tool downstairs and i can say that as a fellow man
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demo_Animation wrote:

Baby don't hurt me, no more~



I clicked this thread just to make sure that this was the first reply. Kudos.

Posted 6/4/11

demo_Animation wrote:

Baby don't hurt me, no more~



That's EXACTLY what I was thinking. LOL
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mystic17 wrote:

I immediately thought of the song upon reading the title lol


Me too, now the song is stuck in my head lol


Me three LOL
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WHAT I THINK OF LOVE -.-

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love is when two people have 69.
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uhm,~ u dont define it . u feel it. :P! ~
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hershey8,

It seems like you're looking for a serious answer. This is me doing my best to give it to you without any thoughtlessness or flippancy. This is all based off of my years of experience as a married man and as somebody who has taken both the feel-good, temporary AND the deeply involved, better-ending roads. I've read many books (some helpful, some not) and hope that the best of everything I've experienced will help you. I know what I am going to say isn't particularly romantic to say but I think it helpful anyway.

First off, the "love" feeling is temporary; it fades away with time. Generally speaking, it is also very self-centered. This can be proven in statements like:


You complete me.
You make me feel so good.
You are my soul mate.

Those kinds of feelings come and go.
A good summary from Urban Dictionary http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=love on this feeling says:

Lust is the desire for their body; love is the desire for their soul.

Now, these all are very romantic things to say and feel. However, eventually, feelings show up for somebody or something else. You may have a fight with your lover and suddenly that other friend's statements on how smart or how pretty you are seep in while your lover's anger hounds you to the depths of your soul. The feelings just fade away ever so slowly, like a river washing away the shore. Thankfully, there is so much more to this "love" than those temporary feelings. After all, any fool can fall in love but it takes a wise and crafty person to stay there.

This brings me to what true love is. It's a verb. I know that's a shocker here but it takes time and effort to maintain real love. It all seems so small but it takes speaking your lover's love language (http://www.5lovelanguages.com/). Something as simple as SAYING "I love you" every day, rubbing his/her back, vacuuming the living room, picking flowers for them, or just going for a walk together can make a very strong impact on him/her. When the initial high wears off, little stuff like that can count for a lot.

Now, I've been married for 12 years and have (sadly) only put this into practice in the last few years. I've experienced the best and worst of relationships because of both the good and very sad choices I've made along the way. I know it seems cold to say but romanticizing (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanticism) the "in love experience" ends up with everybody being worse off. However, a strong cultivation of your relationship with a focus on your partner rather than yourself ends up being true love in and of itself. If both people participate, both end up a lot happier in the end and the great and selfless feelings (although different from the "in love" feelings) that come along with your hard work never fade away.
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lillockey wrote:

hershey8,

It seems like you're looking for a serious answer. This is me doing my best to give it to you without any thoughtlessness or flippancy. This is all based off of my years of experience as a married man and as somebody who has taken both the feel-good, temporary AND the deeply involved, better-ending roads. I've read many books (some helpful, some not) and hope that the best of everything I've experienced will help you. I know what I am going to say isn't particularly romantic to say but I think it helpful anyway.

First off, the "love" feeling is temporary; it fades away with time. Generally speaking, it is also very self-centered. This can be proven in statements like:


You complete me.
You make me feel so good.
You are my soul mate.

Those kinds of feelings come and go.
A good summary from Urban Dictionary http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=love on this feeling says:

Lust is the desire for their body; love is the desire for their soul.

Now, these all are very romantic things to say and feel. However, eventually, feelings show up for somebody or something else. You may have a fight with your lover and suddenly that other friend's statements on how smart or how pretty you are seep in while your lover's anger hounds you to the depths of your soul. The feelings just fade away ever so slowly, like a river washing away the shore. Thankfully, there is so much more to this "love" than those temporary feelings. After all, any fool can fall in love but it takes a wise and crafty person to stay there.

This brings me to what true love is. It's a verb. I know that's a shocker here but it takes time and effort to maintain real love. It all seems so small but it takes speaking your lover's love language (http://www.5lovelanguages.com/). Something as simple as SAYING "I love you" every day, rubbing his/her back, vacuuming the living room, picking flowers for them, or just going for a walk together can make a very strong impact on him/her. When the initial high wears off, little stuff like that can count for a lot.

Now, I've been married for 12 years and have (sadly) only put this into practice in the last few years. I've experienced the best and worst of relationships because of both the good and very sad choices I've made along the way. I know it seems cold to say but romanticizing (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanticism) the "in love experience" ends up with everybody being worse off. However, a strong cultivation of your relationship with a focus on your partner rather than yourself ends up being true love in and of itself. If both people participate, both end up a lot happier in the end and the great and selfless feelings (although different from the "in love" feelings) that come along with your hard work never fade away.


Wow...thank you! Lol You've put a lot of time and effort into replying to my post This really helped ^_^
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demo_Animation wrote:

Baby don't hurt me, no more~



Dammit you beat me to it! D:
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