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    What's the big difference between them all?
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    (Original post by Arieisit)
    What's the big difference between them all?
    I think crushes and 'likey likey' are pretty similar. Then love is this big emotion no one can really describe properly.

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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    I think crushes and 'likey likey' are pretty similar. Then love is this big emotion no one can really describe properly.

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    There have been arguments to suggest that love does not exist, no wonder it cannot be explained.

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    Crush = Infatuation
    Like = Desire
    Love = Attachment and infatuation at the core of which is dependence.
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    (Original post by Arieisit)
    There have been arguments to suggest that love does not exist, no wonder it cannot be explained.

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    Yeah... It's a very strange concept to think about but I think it 'exists'. Not necessarily always romantically but with- friends & family, hobbies, food (:rolleyes:) etc.

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    Love > Crush > Like
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    (Original post by Vixen47)
    Crush = Infatuation
    Like = Desire
    Love = Attachment and infatuation at the core of which is dependence.
    Care to elaborate miss vixen?

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    A crush is where you are interested in a person but do not know them that well to like them and don't bother doing anything about it, and it might only last about a day. to like is to be very interested in someone for quite a while and chat with them lots , be quite good friends usually, and to love is to be emotionally attached to someone and feel that you are willing to give up EVERYTHING for them and spend the rest of your life with them, but sometimes it is hard to tell the difference as there can be a fine line between the three


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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    Yeah... It's a very strange concept to think about but I think it 'exists'. Not necessarily always romantically but with- friends & family, hobbies, food (:rolleyes:) etc.

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    http://www.vice.com/read/science-says-love-doesnt-exist

    Love does not exist.

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    (Original post by TheKingOfTSR)
    Love > Crush > Like
    I'm pretty sure we all knew that already

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    Well I'm sorry to disappoint but I think love exists.

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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    Well I'm sorry to disappoint but I think love exists.

    Sorry= not sorry
    Did you even read it?

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    This gets me a bit. I can never seem to interrupt my feelings and decide what it is I'm feeling...

    Most tend to describe love as you constantly think about that person, would do anything for them etc.
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    (Original post by Transtorm)
    This gets me a bit. I can never seem to interrupt my feelings and decide what it is I'm feeling...

    Most tend to describe love as you constantly think about that person, would do anything for them etc.
    Yeah I think infatuation can do that to you too.

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    (Original post by Arieisit)
    Did you even read it?

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    I kind of skim read it... fine I'll look at it again! I hope it's not some article that says- 'science says there's no such so we must not questions it'...
    I stick by what I said though.
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    (Original post by Arieisit)
    Yeah I think infatuation can do that to you too.

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    Yeah. That's why I find it hard to decide what I'm feeling. Best I've come up with is try to get to know them as friends and if there are still feelings then that's probably moving on to love
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    I kind of skim read it... fine I'll look at it again! I hope it's not some article that says- 'science says there's no such so we must not questions it'...
    I stick by what I said though.
    It didn't say that. It's quiet an interesting read actually.

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    (Original post by Arieisit)
    Care to elaborate miss vixen?

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    Dependence is the root of love. Without dependence there is no love. When we love we don't love because we want to - we love because we need to. We become infatuated with those who seem to offer us something more than we have. When we grow to love them we actually grow to be dependent on the ideals of what they offer.
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    (Original post by Vixen47)
    Dependence is the root of love. Without dependence there is no love. When we love we don't love because we want to - we love because we need to. We become infatuated with those who seem to offer us something more than we have. When we grow to love them we actually grow to be dependent on the ideals of what they offer.
    I'm starting to like you.

    Seems hard for people to admit they 'need' somebody else these days; all about independence, and all bs.
 
 
 
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