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Shiny Umbreon
October 23rd, 2007, 07:45 PM
I was discussing this with a friend. She said there's no real love, because we can all eventually get bored of our partner or something. I think it's kind of true. Do you really think phrases like "I can't live without you" or "I die if I don't see you" are true? Especially nowadays, love seems to be more unreal each time. What do you think? There's still real love out there or did it become extinct a while ago? Discuss.

Erimgard
October 23rd, 2007, 07:48 PM
I still believe that there is 'true love'
though modern society has tried so hard to replace it. being a 'player' is popular and glorified. the message spoken to us on our televisions and radios tells us to dump a guy/girl and find a new one we like better just because.
it may be more rare nowadays, but there is still true love. there are still people who will be in love with each other no matter what.

Lady Nicole
October 23rd, 2007, 08:07 PM
Do you really think phrases like "I can't live without you" or "I die if I don't see you" are true?

Yeah I do as a matter of fact. Judging by the state my ex is in, he can't live without me :\

Amoeba
October 23rd, 2007, 11:06 PM
I think it exists, but the value of a relationship on average has fallen due to the lessening of human value and caring, and the increased popularity in money and success. I think its an evolution in our society and a way of coping in a world that cares less and less about the individual and more about the big guns.

My boyfriend and I go through rough patches but at no point do we ever stop loving each other - so it definatly still exists. For all those who prefer to go it alone or prefer a more casual no-emotional-strings-attached relationship, there are still some who experience love.

viridian doubletongue
October 24th, 2007, 12:51 AM
I'd like to think it exists. I don't care how or why.

Just if love isn't real, what am I wasting my life for.

Craig²
October 24th, 2007, 01:05 AM
True love still exists in my heart.

He probally doesn't feel the same way, but I will always love my boyfriend Craig. When we do break up, I'll still love him. When I have a new boyfriend, I'll still love him.

I know I love my mom truly and deeply and I know she feels the same way. It's the relationship between me and my mother that convinces me of true love's existence.

Ayce
October 24th, 2007, 01:12 AM
Yeah I think there can be true love out there, depends on your own personal definition of it. Maybe it's not meant to last forever. If I had a gf I'm certain she'll get bored of me really quickly.

Loyal Arcanine
October 24th, 2007, 02:26 AM
I think those phrases are not true, because when there is true love you don't need to say those things. Get bored of your partner? Well, duh, if it's not true love. If it is however, then it won't happen (... easily).

Elusive
October 24th, 2007, 03:21 AM
Yeah, I believe in those phrases. If I don't see my girl, I go into withdrawals. Honestly. O.o;

Zet
October 24th, 2007, 03:36 AM
True love is out there its just hard to find

Captain Arcane
October 24th, 2007, 03:53 AM
True love is out there its just hard to find

Exactly, or sometimes it may be easy, it depends on who "you" are.

♥~*Abby*~♥
October 24th, 2007, 07:05 AM
love still exsists, even tho it has been dying. i voted 4 choice number 2, but now that i really think about, choice number 1 is true 2...

Razer302
October 24th, 2007, 07:22 AM
I think it is still around but is hard to find. With so many people breaking up over the stupidest little things.

Shadowfaith
October 24th, 2007, 07:22 AM
They are true, you just need to feel it to know it. I never thought they were true before I met my boyfriend...thought it was a load of bull to tell you the truth. But now I feel that when I'm not with him, that I can't wait to see him. We are a well matched couple and I really don't think you can get bored of someone you love. Theres the mind telling you that your bored...telling you that maybe the grass is greener on the other side, but you can feel whether you love someone or not. Look at the love between family members: If you love them, you may not always feel it, but if you lost them you would know and you would care. If I gave up my boyfriend just because some thought told me to, I would regret it later...thats why I know I love him.

My god...cheeeeeeesy!!!!

Jubilation
October 24th, 2007, 07:37 AM
There is still true love, except people can't be lazy & expect it to find them

~*!*~Tatsujin Gosuto~*!*~
October 24th, 2007, 07:37 AM
well for teenagers its not true, unless if you knew that person for a really long time. Like I'm in love with one of my friends that I knew for 6 years now but he has a GF which sucks and supposely there in love, they show it everywhere and thats not love thats puppy love theres a difference

Love is Natures Way into tricking people into reproducing


:t354:TG

Grovyle42(Griff8416)
October 24th, 2007, 11:55 AM
I chose the 1st option for reasons of my own...

Melody
October 24th, 2007, 12:10 PM
I'm a firm beliver in true love. I know it exists. I know it exists because there are couples and the there are couples. The latter (in bold) being the couples who las for a really long time. True love isnt hard to find If you ask me. It's all around us. You see it in the couples that have lasted longer than 6 months. When you're alone and you see true love in action you cant help but feel a bit jealous.
Heh. I'm assured of it's existance to this day because no matter I'll always love my GF.
She loves me too. Her love for me is so unconditional that it even surprises me at times.

Therefore, there is no argument that anyone could present that could change my opinion on this matter.

Allstories
October 24th, 2007, 12:31 PM
Love is dying. It might be around another two or three years, tops, but there's not enough innovation and exclusive releases to keep it alive. The Xbox 360 simply has a bigger audience.

Warheart
October 24th, 2007, 12:58 PM
I believe in true love..kinda.

I wouldn't die if someone I loved left me, because I've never obsessed over anyone like that before, but true love changes constantly. If your relationship really is true, then you probably wouldn't be getting sick of your partner =/

I haven't found it yet..and I'm not really so interested in looking now either. I'm a lazy ass mofo, so I'll probably just wait aimlessly until someone else finds me xD

Shiny Umbreon
October 24th, 2007, 01:02 PM
I think those phrases are not true, because when there is true love you don't need to say those things. Get bored of your partner? Well, duh, if it's not true love. If it is however, then it won't happen (... easily).
You see? That's why I think it doesn't exist. Everybody seems to doubt about it.

Azonic
October 24th, 2007, 01:51 PM
I don't believe in love too much. Its the same story all the time. You get together with someone, have a good time for about a week - then start crying your eyes out. No matter what, it always ends in a disaster. The same thing happened to me 3 days ago. Soo...

Astinus
October 24th, 2007, 01:52 PM
I used to think that true love didn't exist, but that was before I met the man I would like to spend the rest of my life with.

Some of my friends don't believe that it exists. Then again, they haven't found someone for themselves like I have. That's why I feel that sometimes those who don't believe in love haven't seen a true example before them. I've seen relationships that lasted for years suddenly fall apart; I've seen relationships where the two are in so much love that it's inspiring to others.

It just really depends on the person and the experiences that they see in their lives.

Chikara
October 24th, 2007, 02:09 PM
I know, at least in my school, most relationships are pretty much based around the idea of sleeping with someone. There's only been one relationship in our school last over a year and that's MaryxBrandon.

Well... yeah. That says a lot about what I think about it. It's not like I don't believe in it, it's just that it's usually not there.

The Infinite Devil Machine
October 24th, 2007, 02:29 PM
I think that the idea of 'Love' has been ruined by the media. They substitute sex for love. I find it hard to not believe in real love. As for the idea of True love, I think that we can have many loves in life and that theres more than one person for you out there.

Eternal Nightmare
October 24th, 2007, 02:37 PM
I agree with Queen Boo! Most teenage love is just for the body and not for the mind or the person at all. I think as we get older and more mature that love becomes more real.

Ichikool
October 24th, 2007, 02:45 PM
I believe that true love is out there... but it's just hard to find, desu.

Virtual Chatot
October 24th, 2007, 02:47 PM
There is true love...

If Love doesn't last, it was never true love in the first place

Memory
October 24th, 2007, 03:22 PM
Hmm...
I definitely think that true love exists, but it can be different inside of each person.
For example, I love my dad with all of my heart, as well as my grandma. Why can't that be considered true love? Just because it's not a romantic relationship between a couple doesn't mean it's not true love.
Now, I haven't experienced real true true love at all with a guy before, so I can't really say anything about that. :x

Waffle-San
October 24th, 2007, 08:15 PM
O ya it definately still exists, and it could be argued that it is on a little bit of a decline, but I don't think that, say all the devorces are true love dissapearing. I think people are maybe just looking too hard or are just having more trouble finding it.
I think the bigger question is, What is true love?

Why i say it could be argued is that, is because despite all the fairy tales of Princess' and Prince's finding true love, it wasn't really like that. The ones that found the real love were more likely to be the peasants, in some cases. So I don't think it's really declining, just that the view's are changing.

Romance Hero
October 24th, 2007, 09:59 PM
Ah, my favorite subject. There are always times when you have the utmost doubt for love. And it's because of such high expectations that we are almost never able to be satisfied with ourselves. Take me for example. The hopeless romantic, love-crazy Romance Hero. I love my girlfriend, with all my heart, and it's because she knows and understands that I would put her over most matters that she puts trust in me and loves me mutually for that reason. I don't love her for sex, that is one of the weakest reasons for that matter. I really do love her. As she does me. Doubts? Not for a second. I'm always there for her, but if I can't because it's impossible would be the only reason. And those kinds of things have to be understandable. What the problem is with most girls in the recent (in my opinion) is they expect too much from their boyfriend. They leech off of him. And if he doesn't cope with her, she is in hysteria and breaks down because she expects the guy to understand everything. That's just a complete mistake. But it's so common, you'd think all girls are like that. What I do is ASK what's wrong, and she tells me her problems. If you say "oh, your a guy, you don't understand" then why choose to love him in the first place. I say, love cautiously, because love is more dangerous than anything else in the world. It attacks the heart.

Don't get the impression that I think I "know" love. I just speak through experience.

Melody
October 24th, 2007, 10:16 PM
Ah, my favorite subject. There are always times when you have the utmost doubt for love. And it's because of such high expectations that we are almost never able to be satisfied with ourselves. Take me for example. The hopeless romantic, love-crazy Romance Hero. I love my girlfriend, with all my heart, and it's because she knows and understands that I would put her over most matters that she puts trust in me and loves me mutually for that reason. I don't love her for sex, that is one of the weakest reasons for that matter. I really do love her. As she does me. Doubts? Not for a second. I'm always there for her, but if I can't because it's impossible would be the only reason. And those kinds of things have to be understandable. What the problem is with most girls in the recent (in my opinion) is they expect too much from their boyfriend. They leech off of him. And if he doesn't cope with her, she is in hysteria and breaks down because she expects the guy to understand everything. That's just a complete mistake. But it's so common, you'd think all girls are like that. What I do is ASK what's wrong, and she tells me her problems. If you say "oh, your a guy, you don't understand" then why choose to love him in the first place. I say, love cautiously, because love is more dangerous than anything else in the world. It attacks the heart.
Aye. I agree. If the girl isnt understanding then there's no room for the relationship to grow. Same for doubts. If doubt is causing problems then the relationship could head south fast. XP

I say, love cautiously, because love is more dangerous than anything else in the world. It attacks the heart.
Very wise words indeed. And very true.

I'm still a firm beliver in true love. I may not have found it yet. Or if I have found it I've been too blind to see it.

Hinamori_Momo
October 25th, 2007, 06:32 PM
"I can't live without you" or "I die if I don't see you"

This has actually happened. It happened around the time of WWII. Some guy that got drafted into the army loved a girl so much that when she broke up with him, he committed suicide.

I'm still a firm beliver in true love. I may not have found it yet. Or if I have found it I've been too blind to see it.

I still believe there's a true love somewhere in the world for everyone. I think they just haven't met them yet.
When someone does find their true love, they'll know the person just from looking at him/her.

Careful With That Axe, Pichu!
October 25th, 2007, 06:41 PM
There is still true love, and believe it or not, it can last longer than Betty White.

If you don't believe in love, maybe you're either heartbroken, a pessimist, or you listen to Simon & Garfunkel too much.

Bulletangel
October 25th, 2007, 06:45 PM
If you dont beleive in love... youll never find true love.

Put it in that context and swivel it around in your drink for a while =P

Im in love, and its definately true.
True love is when you're so blinded by your feeling for them, that you dont even realise you are in love.

Then sometimes, it kindly reminds you. Its the best feeling in the world.
Nothing compares.

Allstories
October 25th, 2007, 06:46 PM
This has actually happened. It happened around the time of WWII. Some guy that got drafted into the army loved a girl so much that when she broke up with him, he committed suicide.

I'm pretty sure this is not the only time in history that something like that has happened.

Shiny Umbreon
October 25th, 2007, 06:58 PM
When someone does find their true love, they'll know the person just from looking at him/her.
Everyone at some point thinks "This is the love of my life", but then the love may disappear. You may say that wasn't true love if it disappeared, but how can we know that this is not reflected in all the cases. Some may just be slower to disappear but, really, something that lasts forever?
If you don't believe in love, maybe you're either heartbroken, a pessimist, or you listen to Simon & Garfunkel too much.
Not heartbroken, not so pessimist, and I don't know Simon & Garfunkel. I'm just using logic in a situation that seems to have too much 'magic' and less realism.

Careful With That Axe, Pichu!
October 25th, 2007, 07:07 PM
Everyone at some point thinks "This is the love of my life", but then the love may disappear. You may say that wasn't true love if it disappeared, but how can we know that this is not reflected in all the cases. Some may just be slower to disappear but, really, something that lasts forever?

Not heartbroken, not so pessimist, and I don't know Simon & Garfunkel. I'm just using logic in a situation that seems to have too much 'magic' and less realism.

You'll never know until you feel it yourself. Love is a very volatile matter-- It's no unity, no digit, no fixed situation. Love is merely relative to your own deliberation, it can last long, or little, it can be strong or slim, it can be true or false depending on yourself. That's the way I see it.

You're nuts if you think love can be defined or limited by something as systematic as logic.

Shiny Umbreon
October 25th, 2007, 07:18 PM
You'll never know until you feel it yourself. Love is a very volatile matter-- It's no unity, no digit, no fixed situation. Love is merely relative to your own deliberation, it can last mlong, or little, it can be strong or slim, it can be true or false depending on yourself. That's the way I see it.

You're nuts if you think love can be defined or limited by something as systematic as logic.
I know love isn't the same as a math equation. It's difficult to understand for everyone, but it's not like defining God or something. From my point of view, it's simple. People lie when saying "I love you", for example with your two-week girlfriend. That doesn't happen. So, simply thinking, who says time does fix things with love. At anytime, even after your twenty-year relationship, love can die. That's why divorces happen, I should add.

Zorua
October 25th, 2007, 07:24 PM
You're nuts if you think love can be defined or limited by something as systematic as logic.

Human logic is nothing if you're going to define an emotion. Any kind, not just love.

Love overpowers all other emotions, when it comes to "trying to define it". It's no actual definition. I believe it's rather done by action. There are many definitions for it, but they cannot be put, and rather be shown by action. Or shown by other methods.

Or the most popular "I love you"

Love is definitely there. It will forever be there. It's a matter of whether we feel it or not. If everyone on Earth is emotionless, love will still be there, we don't feel it.

Um..really hard to come up with anything else at the moment. Topics like this usually makes me pause for a while..a long while, at that.

Careful With That Axe, Pichu!
October 25th, 2007, 07:37 PM
"I love you", for example with your two-week girlfriend.

My point was just that. You can't actually have reason over whether those people lie or not. You can't assure it's not possible merely on your simple experience or any romance literature or communication you've gone through.

Besides each has their own definition of love, and the term can be used with or without the desired emphasis.

Romance Hero
October 25th, 2007, 07:41 PM
I think everyone here knows how hard it is to say "I love you" and actually mean it with all your honesty. You might say it like as if you're taking an aspirin, it's a temporary saying. You repeat yourself again and again, I love you, I love you, I love you, I think. And sometimes, it doesn't have to be repeated, if your significant other already knows.

Shiny Umbreon
October 25th, 2007, 07:42 PM
Besides each has their own definition of love, and the term can be used with or without the desired emphasis.
That just shows you have no proof to counter my argument. There's no proof that true love exists. And when there's no proof that something exists, normally it's accepted that it doesn't. See ghosts and aliens.

Careful With That Axe, Pichu!
October 25th, 2007, 07:55 PM
There's no proof that true love exists.

Ghosts are superstitions and alliens do exist. That's a plain truth, believe it or not.

Love does exist. If it didn't we wouldn't need a term to define such situation.

A big situation that happens every day and is promoted by the major part of the human population not including the Yeti or Nessie.

It's merely meek to say that something can't be proven when is has been of such magnitude to society and the arts until our time from the beggining.

I also noticed you have limited the topic's premise & this concept of love from fraternal relationships. Does that mean you don't love your family?

Shiny Umbreon
October 25th, 2007, 08:05 PM
Ghosts are superstitions and alliens do exist. That's a plain truth, believe it or not.
It's the other way around. I think ghosts were real and aliens not proved yet.

Love does exist. If it didn't we wouldn't need a term to define such situation.

A big situation that happens every day and is promoted by the major part of the human population not including the Yeti or Nessie.

It's merely meek to say that something can't be proven when is has been of such magnitude to society and the arts until our time from the beggining.

I also noticed you have limited the topic's premise & this concept of love from fraternal relationships. Does that mean you don't love your family?
That's using pure logic, too. When I say 'love' doesn't exist, I mean people don't feel it. Obviously it exists if we think of the concept of it. The word 'dragon' exists to name something we can think of, but it doesn't necessarily exists. We can think about love and describe it (or at least get the idea, if you say describing it it's too hard) but that doesn't mean there is actually love here in the world. As I said, by nature, we don't have a standard love feeling in our brains. It's a matter of society. Really, modern times emphasize it even more. We don't really express true love anymore, some feeling obviously, or maybe love in a low grade, but not something you would really call love.

And, yeah, the thread is just about love as in a couple.

Careful With That Axe, Pichu!
October 26th, 2007, 02:39 PM
I lost all hopes of debating in a healthy manner here. I'd better take off with the statement that love does exist, politely disregarding your last post since I read its last 4 sentences.

Rosefrost
October 26th, 2007, 04:26 PM
I was discussing this with a friend. She said there's no real love, because we can all eventually get bored of our partner or something. I think it's kind of true. Do you really think phrases like "I can't live without you" or "I die if I don't see you" are true? Especially nowadays, love seems to be more unreal each time. What do you think? There's still real love out there or did it become extinct a while ago? Discuss.I think that there's still real love. ^_^

22sa
October 27th, 2007, 04:31 PM
Why are you so weak, Sasuke(s)?

Because you lack hatred.










Oops I'll get accused of spam.

Love is a real human concept. People seek it, because, well, there's no higher pleasure. Even ingenuity is nothing without love.

Yeah, love dies. Even when you're grown up and know what you want, everything you like in another person can be withdrawn from you at any second. Either from accidental or deliberate intentions. And, if by chance another lovable person comes into your life, it wouldn't be hard to see how you can let the your other love die. It doesn't mean the love never existed.

Sammi
November 2nd, 2007, 10:04 AM
Yay, this poll is Poll of the Week! :D

*stuck*

Trainer Red
November 3rd, 2007, 12:05 PM
Love is not just one thing. There are several things that create the feeling/condition known as love. There are the physical aspects of love such as attraction, there are the mental aspects such as personality. Love can be a necessity or yearning for something.

I don't think one can define love as it'll have a different meaning for everyone. Love is just love and only the person who is feeling it can tell if it's true or not.

Scytheteen
November 4th, 2007, 06:59 AM
I do believe that there is true love out there somewhere...you just need to find that person. When someone says "I love you," nowadays, they most likely don't mean it.

Ullion
November 6th, 2007, 08:32 PM
I have an opinion, but in reality, I'm too young to be saying if it still exists or not, or at least in my opinion my opinion shouldn't count for that reason. x_x;

But, I shall state it anyway, for the sake of not spamming XD

I personally think its pretty much died, people say they do love a person so much, and think they will until they die or they will love their partner for an extremely long amount of time, but I'm quite sure that love would run out quite a ways before then. I mean, there is true love, I am quite sure it still narrowly exists in some shape or form in most of our hearts, but true love doesn't necessarily last forever... or does it? Like I said, I'm too young to know these thngs. D; But as many said, the idea of love has just been killed by the media... especially things like rap. I once heard a statement "If there is true love between two people, it will work out.", but you know what, I doubt thats true, I mean, what happens if the two people knew eachother for a long time, but then one had to move away to a distant country? Yes, in most minds the fantasy of the two eventually meeting eachother when their mature'd adults would happen, but seriously, do you really think something of such a low chance of happening is going to happen everytime where there is 'true love' between two people? /=

Shiny Umbreon
November 7th, 2007, 06:15 PM
Something that came at the right moment. There's a machine that can read people's mind, at least partially:

http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/research/4226614.html?page=3

Read the "Big Love" part.

"Love might not be more than a chemical reaction"

What do you say about this? I guess that if you can read someone's brain working when he/she's loving, it means it not really such a complicated situation.

Miyu-chan
November 7th, 2007, 11:00 PM
I believe that there's more to love than just an extremely strong feeling... I don't think I believe in 'True Love', persay - but rather in the idea that there is someone out there who is perfect for you: emotionally, physically, etc.... and will compliment you in every way.

It's more than an emotional bond.

Chuchino
November 9th, 2007, 04:20 PM
That's a very good question..

Even though I believe love is one of the most important things (most important thing, really) in the world, I don't see it happening very strongly with what's commercialized and what's seen as 'the norm'.

But yes, I do believe real, unwavering, entirely faithful love exists. It just takes a certain level of maturity and wisdom to sort out the right person from all the jerks out there.

Lucy Lu
November 9th, 2007, 05:45 PM
Love is still exist in my heart. I do believe in "True Love", but you got to find it first. It very hard to find someone who can love you for the way you are. Yeah of course, you ended up with someone. But over time that person could change and probably won't love you anymore. So I guess there are people who will think there is no such thing as "True Love". I agree on that part. There some people who take it for granted though and mess it up. Because of this there is domestic abuse and stuff. That is my point of view of this situation.

But it hasn't died in my eyes...just been hitting a few bumps.

She-Elf
November 11th, 2007, 07:40 AM
I think love still excists. But I think, or, here in Norway the teengirls are saying "I love you" to everybody, so I think we overuse the word love.
But people can feel that they are dying without a person. If I didn't have my boyfriend I would be dead, or, not dead, but maybe dead inside.
But I don't think that everybody feel that in their life.

Zanacross
November 11th, 2007, 07:49 AM
There is no such thing as love now. The may be a few cases, but barely an
I wish there was, might not have war's if there was, if we all banded together.

But it wont happen because there is no love in this world.

Lumine
November 13th, 2007, 06:18 AM
I disagree with all of you, I have found my true love =\.

Lady Nicole
November 13th, 2007, 06:28 AM
There is no such thing as love now. The may be a few cases, but barely an
I wish there was, might not have war's if there was, if we all banded together.

But it wont happen because there is no love in this world.

I disagree. Without love, there is no such thing as hatred. Similarly, without war there is no such thing as peace. The one cannot exist without the other.

I disagree with all of you, I have found my true love =\.

I have found my true love as well <3

Zanacross
November 13th, 2007, 08:41 AM
People may find "true love" but not often but how long will it last?

It doesn't last very long now.

No such thing

thats just what i think

Nuke
November 13th, 2007, 08:44 AM
I think it is still around but is hard to find. With so many people breaking up over the stupidest little things.

And I'll just go with that point.

Lady Nicole
November 13th, 2007, 08:49 AM
People may find "true love" but not often but how long will it last?

It doesn't last very long now.

No such thing

thats just what i think

True love never dies! Never!!!

And I'll just go with that point.

But when two people really love each other they don't break up over stupid little things.

Nuke
November 13th, 2007, 08:52 AM
True love never dies! Never!!!



But when two people really love each other they don't break up over stupid little things.

Good point.

Okay my own point,

I think love still exist but some of it is being left behind as life goes on.

All these people who has multiple Boy/Girl friends at a time and dump people just to move on to someone else staright away will never experience true love.

Lumine
November 13th, 2007, 08:53 AM
People may find "true love" but not often but how long will it last?

It doesn't last very long now.

No such thing

thats just what i think

You are seriously kidding me kid, when people has found true love it will never die, it will go on til time stops, sun explodes, earth goes bang or whatever =\

Zanacross
November 13th, 2007, 09:04 AM
I just think love doesnt exist

it might of but not now

Lumine
November 13th, 2007, 09:07 AM
I just think love doesnt exist

it might of but not now

You just haven't found your true love yet, just wait when the time comes.

Zanacross
November 13th, 2007, 09:11 AM
lol

I don't think it exists

Lady Nicole
November 13th, 2007, 09:13 AM
lol

I don't think it exists

Well all I can say is...I think you're wrong. I agree that not everyone finds their true love, but it is there. I'm lucky =3

Zanacross
November 13th, 2007, 09:16 AM
I'm sorry you may think you've found your true love and you may of but i dont belive in love. I just dont see enough love around me to see it existing.

This is just my view upon love.
I'm sorry if you don't agree but i just don't see it.

EDIT: I will never say something unless i believe in what i am saying fully this is what i belive fully.

Shiny Umbreon
November 13th, 2007, 02:54 PM
I agree with Zanacross and Skii. Love can exist, but it's just rare, especially nowadays. "True love"? Lumine, Lady Nicole, you say so because you're paired (obviously :B) but what if you stopped loving your partner tomorrow? What would you think then? (Not wishing bad things to anyone, though). It wouldn't be true love. And you'd need to find another example, which is kind of hard. Sure, many couples are married until death, but do you think they love each other the same way they did when they were young?

Romance Hero
November 13th, 2007, 02:58 PM
I agree with Zanacross and Skii. Love can exist, but it's just rare, especially nowadays. "True love"? Lumine, Lady Nicole, you say so because you're paired (obviously :B) but what if you stopped loving your partner tomorrow? What would you think then? (Not wishing bad things to anyone, though). It wouldn't be true love. And you'd need to find another example, which is kind of hard. Sure, many couples are married until death, but do you think they love each other the same way they did when they were young?

If that was the case, then why do I see so many old folks holding hands, and hugging crossing the street? I'm not saying that's everywhere, but it's usually only in the US that divorces are so common. I think it was 60% (that's a lot, sad, but true)

Zanacross
November 13th, 2007, 03:01 PM
Old folk's have true morals (think thats the right word)

In their day Divorce wasn't common they never saw it happen

or they may just have someone, so they aren't lonely.

they might love each other

Lumine
November 14th, 2007, 04:52 AM
but what if you stopped loving your partner tomorrow?

It will never happen sorry =P.