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kaffrin wrote: »
And pining doesn't always have to be 'oh god, we are apart, how will I ever survive?'. It can just be the quiet, nagging feeling that while you are having a good time doing what you're doing, it'd be a whole lot better if they were there too.
rachie004 wrote: »
I definately thinks it exists, it's the feeling I have with my other half.
When I look it him I feel like I could burst because I'm so in love with him and he's just wonderful. I can't imagine anyone else possibly feeling the way we do about eachother (although I'm sure you all do)
Ilora-Danon wrote: »
I'm a big fan of romantic movies like Romeo n Juliet, Shakespeare in Love and all other typically female type movies and it's got me to thinking. Does 'all encompassing love' exist or is it simply an idea spouted by well paid hollywood script writers?
I've been thinking, and whilst I've never been in a relationship before, when I do have one, I long for a certain type of love - the 'couldn't live without' sort of love. The one where you look at your partner and the world dissapears, or when you hold each other everything's perfect.... and I'm wondering do I have my head in the clouds, or does it happen?
I was watching 'don't tell the bride' the other day (where the man has to arrange the whole wedding to his fiancee without any assistance from her or her family) and there was one couple who knew everything about each other, and were in love. The sort of relationship where they wouldn't spend a day away from each other without pining. It was wonderful, but is it real?
What do you think?
rachie004 wrote: »
ITS NOT POSSIBLE
NOW GIVE ME MORE LOVE, MORE LOVE :thumb:
LeicesterLuke wrote: »
I don't know. Maybe.
I think the funniest thing is how your basic romantic film works to a formula, these films usually being American and starring somebody who's not capable of acting in decent films like Kirsten Dunst or Cameron Diaz.
**Helen** wrote: »
Sorry, slightly off topic but I beg to differ about your examples of women who are not capable of acting in decent films!
Kirsten Dunst - Eternal sunshine of a spotless mind, Virgin Suicides, Interview with the Vampire, Mona Lisa Smile...
Cameron Diaz - Gangs of New York, Vanilla Sky, Being John Malkovich, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, A Life less ordinary...
Need I go on. :razz: