Testing, testing, 1..2..3..
June 29, 2007 04:56PM
At all events my own essays and dissertations about love and its endless pain and perpetual pleasure will be known and understood by all of you who read this and talk or sing or chant about it to your worried friends or nervous enemies. Love is the question and the subject of this essay. We will commence with a question: does steak love lettuce?

This question is implacably hard and inevitably difficult to answer.

  • Here is a question: does an electron love a proton, or does it love a neutron?
  • Here is a question: does a man love a woman or, to be specific and to be precise, does Bill love Diane?

The interesting and critical response to this question is: no! He is obsessed and infatuated with her.

He
 is
  loony
   and
    crazy
     about
      her.

That is not the love of steak and lettuce, of electron and proton and neutron. This dissertation will show that the love of a man and a woman is not the love of steak and lettuce. Love is interesting to me and fascinating to you but it is painful to Bill and Diane. That is love!

Courtesy of Racter.

Re: Testing, testing, 1..2..3..
June 13, 2019 01:56PM

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/13/2019 01:56PM by Coniell.

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