Is Love Blind?

  • gjoseph

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    Mar 26, 2009 1:38 AM GMT
    Ok would you say that I am infatuated with this guy or on the verge of falling in love with him?

    Basically, this guy and I met online and started talking he's 27 while but he is so charming (Southern Gentleman), very cool, masculine, and we both seem to have similar interests. I'm mainly worried about the age difference, and the fact he lives in Ohio but travels here frequently and want to continue talking with me. One major problem is we had sex today and it was absolutely mind blowing like I'm still smiling like a little girl and can't get him out of my head whether it's sex or no sex. I really could see myself wanting "MORE" from this guy or should I just stop and be "friends"?
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    Mar 26, 2009 4:30 AM GMT
    Love is not blind; Love has X-ray vision.
  • Ritournelle

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    Mar 26, 2009 4:43 AM GMT
    Love isn't blind, death and taxes are... Sorry for the blatant quote rip-off.
  • Rookz

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    Mar 26, 2009 4:49 AM GMT
    Actually it is blind, gagged and bound. Don't mind the whipping noises you hear, you'll like it.

    That's how love is.

    Don't forget the power word, kinda hard with the gag but you'll manage.
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    Mar 26, 2009 4:59 AM GMT
    withHonor saidActually it is blind, gagged and bound. Don't mind the whipping noises you hear, you'll like it.

    That's how love is.

    Don't forget the power word, kinda hard with the gag but you'll manage.


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  • Rookz

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    Mar 26, 2009 5:03 AM GMT
    Yeah, love is PAINFULLY delicious.
  • silverfox

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    Mar 26, 2009 5:37 AM GMT
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    Sometimes it feels that way....
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    Mar 26, 2009 5:46 AM GMT
    no sweety.. love is putting up with his toenail clippings on the floor.. what you are experiencing is post fuck euphoria.. its a very simple condition.. lots of men think it love.. what it is however is.. you... got laid.. by a hot guy.........

    so, thats your body releasing lots of chemicals and going ooooooooooooooooooooooh at you making you feel all funny...

    Love is boring..

    Lust is exciting..

    your option two..
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    Mar 26, 2009 5:50 AM GMT
    Lust has a used by date!

    Love dose not have too.

    I know my husband of 20 years loves me, because all the lust is gone, yet the love is well and alive, But then our foundations were not built on lust either!
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    Mar 26, 2009 6:03 AM GMT
    insecurity is a symptom but not the cause of the disease
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    Mar 26, 2009 8:00 PM GMT
    So many people outside the homosexual community, feel that homosexuals, are about lust, and not love! That a homosexual does not have the ability to love. Because their lifestyle is all about how many new sexual experience they can have , in a short time.

    Sex is a poor man's opera!
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    Mar 26, 2009 8:17 PM GMT
    What do you really know this guy? Have you met his friends. Have you been out with in his circles? For all you know he could have a lover back in Ohio.
    Have you been to his place? How does he handle a crisis, have you two had a disgreement? What is his temper like? These are all things that you deal with when you are in love.
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    Mar 26, 2009 9:04 PM GMT
    Yes
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    Mar 26, 2009 9:11 PM GMT
    Love is complicated, transcendent, immeasureable, the disease and cure for it's own inflictions, love is boundless, fluid, universal, sexual, sensual, self fulfilling, enigmatic and simply joyful. I'd like to make reference to the Beatitudes in Bible and also to ask you to look inside yourself; because, afterall, love like beauty, is in the eye, mind and heart of the beholder....
  • Webster666

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    Mar 29, 2009 4:28 AM GMT
    That ain't love.
    That's infatuation.
    When you move in together and you happily put up with each other's annoying habits, now, that's love.
    Good for you.
    Go for it.
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    Mar 30, 2009 4:05 AM GMT
    I've been in a situation when I met a guy I thought was really special.. We shared ideas and thoughts and experiences that I had not done before with anyone else.

    But we were not sharing important emotinal things that I would normaly expect.

    However, love is blind.

    I was willing to ignore my own needs, thinking that since this person was so special, eventually we would find our own unique way that would satisfy both of us spiritually, sexually etc. Maybe I would "learn" something new, and so would he.

    But I learned that even though I was blown away by the initial connection, it did not mean that the person was perfect. A guy can be very special in some ways, but tragically, very deficient in other ways.

    Those deficiencies were major.......questions of warmth, communication, support......even though we clicked in many other ways.

    Stupidly, I didn't want to let go of this dream......this one in a million type of guy.......until I realized I was dealing with someone who simply was no good for me. The subtle verbal abuse...the control thing.the envy/jealousy thing, the inability to love me for who I am...........lack of support.....

    You don't realize it until its over and you look back and say to yourself............"that guy was fucked up". and you ask yourself how you could be so stupid.