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What is love?
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Posted 12/19/15
something that can make someone abandon all logic and reason. something that can make you forgive someone no matter what they do. something that can make you divert all your thoughts to a random person. something that can turn a stranger into family. it's powerful and wonderful and heartbreaking and sad and burning and unstoppable and fickle and dumb and stubborn.
Posted 12/19/15
Various levels of caring, I suppose. Liking to revering, its all a question of degrees of depth.
Posted 12/20/15
Thanks for all the response Love is indeed interesting. There are many forms. But we forget how simple love is at times. Yes the love between your girlfriend/boyfriend is different then your friends/family. But real love is simply appreciating what you have. Love = Appreciation and there are different forms of that but it all goes back to just appreciating life. Keep on loving guys and gals and stay happy <3 Don't make it complicated just go hug your pet dog or sister XD
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Posted 12/20/15
Something to do with weird vampires in outdated clothing apparently: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEXWRTEbj1I
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Posted 12/20/15

GamerWarrior wrote:
Don't make it complicated just go hug your pet dog or sister XD


ANARCHY!!!!!!!!!!

*hugs cat*
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Posted 12/20/15
A load of fictional bullshit.
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Posted 12/20/15 , edited 12/20/15

Hrafna wrote:


I don't know why you're not fair


I give you my love, But you don't care.

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Posted 12/21/15

Timmn wrote:

Love between a man and a woman is a mental condition that is brought on by the need to procreate.

And now you know why I only have ex s.


But what about asexuals that love
Posted 12/21/15

Akage-chan wrote:

I give you my love, But you don't care.

So what is right, and what is wrong?
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Posted 12/21/15

TheNotoriousLID wrote:

Baby don't hurt me... No more.


...I'm so sorry.


Beat me to it, damn
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Posted 12/21/15
Some languages have multiple words for love, for instance in classical Greek you had Philia = affectionate love as between equals, Eros = physical love or sexual love, Storge = familial love as of parents for children, and Agape = a brotherly love or charity for others. Obviously trying to translate them into English loses some of the impact. Here's the Wikipedia link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_words_for_love

English uses the same word "Love" for relationships between family members as well as between romantic partners, friends, or you can even "Love" inanimate things like chocolate. For some people this is confusing, especially when they are learning English. Do you think English needs a few more words to define the differences more?
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Posted 12/21/15
Here's an early Christmas present! May God bless you and your Christmas festivities!

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P.S. Here's how I would answer that: "Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love." ~1 John 4:8
Posted 12/21/15

Razor_Girl wrote:

Some languages have multiple words for love, for instance in classical Greek you had Philia = affectionate love as between equals, Eros = physical love or sexual love, Storge = familial love as of parents for children, and Agape = a brotherly love or charity for others. Obviously trying to translate them into English loses some of the impact. Here's the Wikipedia link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_words_for_love

English uses the same word "Love" for relationships between family members as well as between romantic partners, friends, or you can even "Love" inanimate things like chocolate. For some people this is confusing, especially when they are learning English. Do you think English needs a few more words to define the differences more?

In my language, you can say that your children makes you happy, and that's pretty much it. Since love comes with a possible sexual connotation most people avoid saying that they love their children. It's however perfectly ok to say that you love a bunch of random strangers that you've only known for a month or so. Random strangers = more valuable than ones own children. Not joking.
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Closed because OP nuked
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