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Date Posted: 19:31:35 02/14/02 Thu
Author: tint
Subject: Re: Question
In reply to: mo 's message, "Question" on 17:29:18 02/14/02 Thu

It's more or less a given that most men are visually stimulated when it comes to sex (myself included) and although I can't speak for the fairer sex I do know that saying the right things tends to get me further than wagging Mr. Happy in the general direction of a female.
But that's sex.

I don't think love is based on sight or sound. Not for me anyway. My heart doesn't kick in unless our senses of humor click, the woman is unselfish and there is that whole "I feel like I've known you all my life" kind of relaxation around eachother from early on.

Having said that, unless there is some physical (visual) attraction to begin with, the rest probably won't get a chance to be explored, so there is a direct correlation. Still, to say that a man falls in love through his eyes is like saying a man drinks a beer with his eyes. You see the beer first, you are interested, you approach it, you make sure its not a skunky beer, you pop the cap and suck up the foam. Then you drink it, you burp. You repeat. Again. Again. You begin to wonder if you actually could drink a can of beer with your eyes. You try. The cute chick who was checking you out across the room ceases to acknowledge you exist. Which is okay, you rationalize, because she probably is unfunny and selfish. So you sit down and wait for some woman to try to pour beer in her ears. Yeah. Soulmate signal. Chirp, my little cricket in heat, chirp as carbonation crackles against your eardrum. It could happen.

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  • Answer. -- Logan, 16:24:19 02/15/02 Fri

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