who controls his indulgence

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  13. greenfieldnews Reply:
  14. July 14th, 2010 at 2:55 pm
  16. Yeah, but Juliet was thirteen…lol. and my high school english teacher always told us she thought R and J was written to prove that young folks shouldn’t follow their hearts…or penises..or…the tingle.
  17. I mean think about it. They get a night together. and everybody dies.
  18. Not a resounding endorsement for love conquering all.
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  23. Sox says:
  24. July 13, 2010 at 9:37 am
  25. You can’t find love with a checklist, yet another reason why it’s so elusive nowadays. Wrt my “one that got away,” we found each other in a place neither of us had wanted nor expected for it to happen.
  27. I had always considered myself the romantic type, a lover. I was brought up believing it was valued by society, that my passion and ability to push a relationship into further and further depths of intimacy was laudable and sexy to the opposite sex and society. As a result of this, the women I actually dated usually did fall hard for me, and I always got the “you’re different” line. As time went on, people became more jaded and cynical and my own scars prevented me from being able to give so recklessly and confidently as I could before.
  29. We’re discouraged from loving today, because everyone’s so damned concerned with holding all the cards, minimizing the chance for pain, and maximizing their options. Taking the “red pill” as many in the PUA community have put it has left me with an option. It isn’t easy to let go of my ideals of how relationships and love *should* be. It wasn’t easy actually acknowledging that the ideals I’d been developing myself around were more or less useless in today’s market. I understand why many guys are bitter.
  31. Men and women both played their parts in this, but honestly, I’ve run into many more women with the “I don’t need anyone” mentality in my age group (now 25) and I’m regularly hearing stories from them of their boyfriends saying they love them, and them just thinking, “oh, this is awkward.” Everything’s about instant gratification, distracting oneself, and scratching the itch.
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  37. July 13th, 2010 at 10:05 am

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