Yes you have, r2.
Why lie to your friends on the DL?
BTW, I've never been to Oregon, tasted shark, or ridden in a Chevrolet Corvette.
I've had my heart broken twice. Yes, I was in love. But I'm never leaving myself open to that kind of pain again.
Yes and not at Wendy's. it's hard on me.
Yes. Twice. The first one was physically abusive and the second one I loved him more than he loved me and he cheated. That was over a decade ago. Next time, I hope I don't fall in love, I hope I rise into it.
No. Never had a relationship in all my 41 years. Lots of sex but no love. I hope to have a relationship someday, but I think everyone would perceive my (lack of) history as utterly damning. Oh well. Life sucks. What are you gonna do?
Yes, I've been in Love. Then I killed myself.
[quote]Next time, I hope I don't fall in love, I hope I rise into it.
Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.
Only once was it returned.
Do I have to have actually spoken to him?
If not, then yes, many times.
I have. And it was heaven. They all ended badly but somehow they came back and we remained friends.
No, OP. Infatuated many times, in love yet to come.
I'm not sure. In time, with distance, I always end up wondering whether I was ever really in love at all.
There is nothing like the feeling of being physically and emotionally close to someone else. Unless you're not a people person.
I fall in love every time I see a guy with a smooth pair of bubbles.
No, and I'm okay with it.
Twice. One loved me devotedly, one ever elusive, unfaithful. Guess which I still brood over, many years later?
More times than I can count. That's just the way I'm built.
[quote]There is nothing like the feeling of being physically and emotionally close to someone else
I've lived without it for most of my life, I'm curious about it, but I'm not going to die over it either if it never happens.
Seems the only people who are interested in me are married bisexual women who want to irritate their husbands...sigh.
Most single people are completely content being single. It's the miserable couples that want to compartmentalize everyone into twos.
"I'm not sure. In time, with distance, I always end up wondering whether I was ever really in love at all."
I don't fall easily, in fact only twice in my life has the thought even entered my mind as a possibility.
But neither situation worked out, and now years later I wonder if I ever was.
I would wonder what counts as "in love" but I've never come close, never felt especially strong about anyone.
Yes. I wouldn't recommend it.
Those of you who are in love at the moment, how do you know?