Maybe I’m having humour/lameness failure but I can’t really see Sammi & Kolin being much different from any other smitten young couple who just started dating. We’ve all been there, being in love at an age when 2 weeks were still a noticeable portion of our lives. And when we still didn’t understand what “I love you” really means, but we said it all the same.
And to carry on with “Still Just Me”‘s thought (#23), I should be grateful that computers were still as big as a room the first time I fell in love… (not really, but it may well have been for all the use computers had for teens not so long ago.)
@Imiss: Perhaps because it is inane, irrelevant, dull, repetitive and tedious (and also because you have a link in your name). You used to make funny comments – why waste your time with your current posts?
@Sensible Madness & teiso No, of course not. What I was getting at is the lack of punctuation and mix of formal and informal speech makes that word seem forced, like he was trying to be overly proper and judicious despite the nature of the forum.
Puppy love is adorable when the person is a young’un. I have a f.b friend that is 30 something. He’s “been in love” 4 times in 5 months. He bitches and moans about being single and then when he meets someone a few days later he wonders if she is the one. He’s a witty, smart man but god help me if I wasnt so poor I would fly out to where he is and kick his ass. But yea for puppy love. Down with older desperate “dog” love. Cause you know thats the kind of dog where its back legs dont work and it drags them uselessly behind him and its owner wont put it down bc he’s been around for the past 30 years. And it holds special memories. Though its sad bc it lays in its own piss and filth 90% of the time. And if it had thumbs and access to a gun it would shot itself in the head.