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Blue Bliss
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Is moving on from an unrequited love (well... its requited, but she's going out with another guy and I can't be bothered with the crap anymore) about forgetting about women? or about finding someone else?

Yesterday I met up randomly with a girl I had only seen once before with a friend (we barely know each other basically) by calling her when it town (surprised that she said yes actually) and had loads of fun for the whole day.

Whilst I dont really wanna go out with her just yet (even though she's a fantastic chick, likes the same stuff as me, and is SOOOO hot... .... ), it made me wonder if maybe I should just start getting to know more girls and maybe start something up with someone else...

How do you guys get over situations such as unrequited love or getting over a person?
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Solving physics questions... Or attempt to solve physics questions.
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Stephen Hawking mustve had a really terrible romantic history.
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(Original post by Blue Bliss)
How do you guys get over situations such as unrequited love or getting over a person?
This question, like every other question ever asked by humanity, can be solved with three simple words: murder and arson.

There are no problems that can't be tackled with a winning combo like that.
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if a fit girl that u lik comes along, i say go with her, it'll help to show u what the ther girl was missing out onn
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(Original post by Ferret_messiah)
This question, like every other question ever asked by humanity, can be solved with three simple words: murder and arson.

There are no problems that can't be tackled with a winning combo like that.
now THATS a positive message
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I wish I knew more about biology (I didnt listen to science class at school) But I seem to remember it goes something like this...

...when you are with the person you have formed a romantic attachment to, your brain releases feel good chemicals which are pain killers. When you are apart from that person, you quite literally get withdrawl symptoms. You'll keep craving til you work these cravings out of your system (can take weeks, months, or even years, depending how hooked you were, and for how long) until you get more from that same person, or until you get them from someone else. To get these feel good chemicals from someone else you have to get to a certain stage with them...these arent the same as the chemcials released when you are simply in the beginning stages of lust, these come from a deeper and more lasting bond. It's likely you'd have to stick around a little longer with the new girl to feel these, and stop pining for the last girl. Or you can rule out romance completely, and wait to stop being hooked :p: but as soon as the next time comes round, and you fall in love again, you know you're gonna be hooked again :p:
can totally sympathise with the requited-but-theyre-with-someone-else thing btw
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So getting over women is like quitting smoking?

Then why doesn't the NHS help?!

And secondly, i'd never be able to quit smoking if i ever started
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