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o.k. so here's my recent quandary... why is it that when a girl tells a guy how she feels about him(... for example saying i love you...) the guy's natural reaction is to just tell her that the feelings are mutual? he just says it back not thinking about whether his feelings really are mutual or not. don't guys understand that by doing this they will only cause the beginnings of a potentially harmful situation for both persons involved? dont they see that by not telling the truth the remainder of the relationship is based on a pretense that there is love already established? that when they really do feel love, if ever, the other half of their "bond" will believe that it's already there, and therefor meaning they cant really enjoy the true emotion. i just dont understand this... please... someone... enlighten me... unless no one understands why this happens... in which case... why doesnt the whole thing just stop?


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by jennjenn

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humans in general are a vicious, nasty bunch, men are made more so by means of testosterone.

( Posted by: the chief [Member] On: June 20, 2003 )





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