One Of The Better Love Stories Of Our Time...
Posted 25 October 2012 - 02:12 AM
, everybody lies , especially on line.
Posted 03 August 2015 - 11:48 AM
This is an article I stumbled upon the internet,
now I've trolled on internet boards before, but damn this is way too much. I don't think I have the stomach for this.
the article is here
Ever since we crawled out of the mud and started hitting each other over the head with rocks, attraction has worked this way: I see you across the room. You see me. Something clicks. We approach. We talk. If there’s some kind of connection between our inner selves — even if it’s just a mutual desire to rub chocolate pudding over each other’s naughty bits — we get on with the business at hand. But the Internet has turned things upside down. Now, things work the other way around. Our inner selves meet and connect, and then we get to the raw, physical-attraction thing. And while it’s painful to learn that someone you find physically attractive doesn’t go for you, how much more painful to find that someone whose soul speaks to you across the series of tubes that make up the World Wide Web doesn’t go for your fat ass and spotty face.
you should really check out the article, the writer is very good and I enjoyed reading this cautionary tale about the interwebs.
The link is somewhat non-existent anymore as I kept on trying to opening it but to no avail - which only made your post likely rudimentary or incomplete. I should have made some invigorating annotation based on the full length of the article if only I could have read it earlier. Makes me ‘sigh’ too.
Anyway, let me give you some insight based on the concept of your thread.
“One of the Better love stories of our time” – the title itself makes anyone inspired regardless of her/his relationship status in real life. Especially if it’s really happening and you are experiencing it not necessarily within yourself but you see it from others.
But if you look at the content of the story based on your thread’s comments, I’d say, it’s just a product of imagination. And the art of creativeness is at its best. This is one of the reasons why so many writers in this genre succeeded because many readers patronize this so well. So there’s no real thing in there.
Come to think of it, “falling for someone” on the net may usually happen or is indeed happening. In fact, this is just a fad ever since the emergence of the internet technology. This is also the reason why the entrepreneurial sense of many “Dating sites” are considerably booming.
But, still, it’s hard to come up anything virtual on the net as there’s no basis to say that what is happening is indeed genuine. Nothing beats the real life.
Posted 24 October 2019 - 03:27 PM
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