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which is hard to determine,specially when you're drunk
as a kid i would fantasize about women in basques. they didn't have to be good looking. i'd just picture them in a basque
it was only when i got older that the mind of a women interested me really. Blush
i had to google thatSmile
was it worth it ?

do intelligent women scare me? and vice versa?
:tongue4:

no,they don't scare me at all
i know a few guys who in the presence of an intelligent woman, close up like clams.
they're unable to ask the simplest of questions lmao.

mrmod

(01-19-2011, 11:05 AM)billy Wrote: [ -> ]two heavy drinkers would fall in love in a heart beat. good drinking partners are hard to come by.

Except sometimes you realise what you've done the morning after...
that rings a BELL
what is it that actually makes us "fall in love" ? does anyone know?
I would post an URL to my blog on that particular topic but that's annoying - as for me, I personally became deeply infatuated with Gill Grissom from CSI: LA - not for the looks but entirely based on his intellect and mystery. I find that a warped mind or very intellectual mind is incredibly attractive to me. As for 'falling in love' personally, I believe, it's down to six attributes: What you are looking for? The confirmation you require in yourself - a self-esteem boost or confirmation of a low self-esteem. Timing. The things you see in them that you either wish you could acquire or can see in yourself. The way they treat you in comparison to others in your life at the time and finally whether you personally are vulnerable to the idea and obsession involved in falling in love - whether you wish to be loved. Also, depending on the person your self-destructive tenancies. My opinion but I think all of these play factors in the idea and act of "falling in love" if we are talking in a very matter-of-fact way. If you just want to hear the typical girl response it's because everyone wants to feel special now and again, only problem with that is selfishly no one thinks of that later implications of the act.
i know it sounds cinical[how do you spell that?],but........circumstances?
(01-27-2011, 01:24 PM)LiteraryAntiquity Wrote: [ -> ]I would post an URL to my blog on that particular topic but that's annoying - as for me, I personally became deeply infatuated with Gill Grissom from CSI: LA - not for the looks but entirely based on his intellect and mystery. I find that a warped mind or very intellectual mind is incredibly attractive to me. As for 'falling in love' personally, I believe, it's down to six attributes: What you are looking for? The confirmation you require in yourself - a self-esteem boost or confirmation of a low self-esteem. Timing. The things you see in them that you either wish you could acquire or can see in yourself. The way they treat you in comparison to others in your life at the time and finally whether you personally are vulnerable to the idea and obsession involved in falling in love - whether you wish to be loved. Also, depending on the person your self-destructive tenancies. My opinion but I think all of these play factors in the idea and act of "falling in love" if we are talking in a very matter-of-fact way. If you just want to hear the typical girl response it's because everyone wants to feel special now and again, only problem with that is selfishly no one thinks of that later implications of the act.
you can put the url to your blog in your signature if you want LA.

i think those thing can and do play a part vur i think sj has a point as well. sometimes when your close to someone a lot or simply in their company all the time, a bond can grow that feels a lot like love.
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