Do you believe in chemistry?

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    Nov 22, 2013 5:08 AM GMT
    No, not the kind where the school has to be evacuated because the girl who usually does everything right poured the mercury into the tube too quickly (we were warned about that) and it broke the glass and became a poison gas spreading silently through the classroom. The other kind.

    The way you react when a man holds you, strokes you, licks your ear. It's something you can't control. Either it's there or it isn't, and it's completely independent of how you feel about him.

    Or is it?
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    Nov 22, 2013 5:09 AM GMT
    In my case, there was this one man who could drive me wild just by sticking his tongue in my ear. Nobody else has ever been able to do that. I think it must have been a chemical reaction of some kind.

    I'm sure you have your own stories of unexplained compatibility.
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    Nov 22, 2013 5:33 AM GMT
    Yes, I think so. If I'm observant when in a room full of people I don't know (especially if I have a vantage point where I can look at a lot of them at once), I sometimes notice how I'm 'drawn' to some people and 'repelled' by others. I'm not talking about their appearance necessarily (although of course that can be a factor, too). I'm talking about something very subtle, like magnetism. I think we all emit certain pheromones, 'vibrations' or qualities of emotional energy and so on and, yeah, it is like chemistry.
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    Nov 22, 2013 8:56 PM GMT
    With me, if there's chemistry, it will most likely lead to physics.
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    Nov 23, 2013 2:23 AM GMT
    Yes, chemistry is a good thing to have happeed to us.
  • ChicagoSteve

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    Nov 23, 2013 3:05 AM GMT
    Yes, a couple of years ago I was walking back home from the grocery store and around the corner in front of me came a guy with an older lady(I assume his mom). There was absolutely instant chemistry between us, he stopped to ask me a question about where a certain business was located. there was so much physical and chemical attraction it was unbelievable. Nothing happened because he was with his mom so circumstances didn't permit it, but if he had been alone, oh man!
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    Nov 23, 2013 3:21 AM GMT
    Nope.
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    Nov 26, 2013 7:41 PM GMT
    Once, I had great chemistry with a guy out of bed, but in bed we just couldn't turn each other on. It hasn't happened before or since. Very frustrating, because I really liked the guy.
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    Nov 27, 2013 12:00 AM GMT
    shortbutsweet saidOnce, I had great chemistry with a guy out of bed, but in bed we just couldn't turn each other on. It hasn't happened before or since. Very frustrating, because I really liked the guy.


    I wouldn't let that get in the way of developing a great relationship. My last bud and I were not sexual compatible so enjoyed a very open relationship. That doesn't mean we weren't extremely intimate with each other. We shared feelings and thoughts, likely far beyond what many couples do who have sexual chemistry.

    My guy before that was the entire chemistry set. So I know how wonderful that can be. But even the last guy, our relationship missing a few ingredients didn't seem to have much affect on overall results.

    They're both now dead. I cry as much for each.

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    If pain is any indication of the loss of any amount of love then I can readily report no difference between the two. I miss them both terribly.