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What’s the difference?

08 Dec

 

OXYDIZER QUESTION 1:

Family, parents, children, friends, animals…we all can love each other.

But when a boy and girl or a man and woman fall in love, what’s the difference in chemistry?

How shall we define this love?

OXYDIZER QUESTION 2

 

Who enjoys sex more? A man or woman?

Oxydizer got this reply. ” Who enjoys the massage more? The body or the fingers?”

OXYDIZER QUESTION 3:

There’s the chemistry of lust in a girl.

There’s the chemistry of love in a girl.

There’s the chemistry of lust in a guy.

There’s the chemistry of love in a guy.

I suppose the question is who has more of what in Cupid’s lab.

Love and lust are fighting for space.

So, we’ll have to match up with the compatible type.

 

Right? Just asking. Just learning.

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7 Comments

Posted by on December 8, 2010 in Uncategorized

 

7 responses to “What’s the difference?

  1. orange

    December 11, 2010 at 3:31 am

    An answer to your Question 1 – A very obvious difference is in the sexual undertones and over tones in a man-woman relationship. The another difference is that in other relationships you love with your feelings, support, care, even as a responsibility towards your parents or siblings. A man-woman chemistry really can be a body-mind-soul connection in which you connect with the whole you, not just a part of you.

     
  2. peaceinthecity

    December 13, 2010 at 6:27 am

    1. romantic?
    2. depends. why does it matter who enjoys it more? is it a competition?
    3. Hmmm…perhaps your questions are not what you really want to know the answer to? I see the continual theme of love/lust/chemistry. But what do you REALLY want to know? Can love and sex co-exist in a society that still engages in pre-arranged marriage? Are you worthy of a love supreme? Can a man and woman be friends and madly in love? what are the keys to a healthy relationship? What do YOU want in an ideal relationship?

     
  3. oxydizer

    December 16, 2010 at 4:11 am

    I agree

     
  4. laurafee

    January 6, 2011 at 5:00 am

    1 – you’re trying to define love? love is a verb. you can’t just define love in black and white letters….
    2 – agree with peaceinthecity, why does it matter?
    3 – i’m not sure this was a question… every relationship starts with lust and infatuation. it’s what’s left once that emotional high settles that matters. if you are wise, you can see past this stage to know what lies ahead, if there is something meaningful there past the lust. ALSO it’s important to keep fire alive. often once the lust fades, interest fades. be wise in decisions. agreeing again with peaceinthecity, think about and KNOW what YOU want and then search for it.

     
  5. oxydizer

    January 7, 2011 at 4:24 am

    Hi Laurafee. Afterthought, yeah relationships are so damn complex I suppose you’ll have to let the flow go. I agree with you when you say it’s wise to know what lies ahead…

    Yeah…I use the word insulation. Making sure that the relationship doesn’t turn you into a zombie. Don’t they sometimes stagnate you especially when they begin to sour?

     
  6. laurafee

    January 7, 2011 at 7:34 am

    lol yes relationships unfortunately are complex. for me, i find it’s best not to overthink things. i mean, i love thinking about things after the fact, or in an observation manner. it’s also good to have reminders not be an complete ass lol. and some people (myself and bf included) need hints here and there. but yes, as cool as zombies are, you don’t want your relationship to become one! haha great analogy! my bf and i have gone through some “stagnant” points, but we always find it’s our state of mind πŸ™‚ we try to remind each other why we’re together, why we love each other, go on fun outings, etc. we’re far from a perfect couple, but we’re learning and growing together πŸ˜€

     
  7. oxydizer

    January 7, 2011 at 12:42 pm

    Yep, let the flo go…

     

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