Yes women can be a health hazard. But I think it is more stressfull when you think they are in your league.
"in your league" why is this term bandied around so much- what does it MEAN? I don't get it people are all different in all different aspects- I think it's more about compatibility of individuals involved? I didn't think you'd subscribe to these kinds of ideas! but yeah maybe now I had time to consider I start to get it- sometimes you see couples where they are so "unequal" in some aspect eg look, education etc and you wonder "WHY,HOW" but then again, love really is blind...haha. at the end of the day it's all about compatibility I guess which can be quite unpredictable...all the more interesting, lol.
I did'nt really give much thought to the term league. I don't think that I thought about it in terms of higher or lower leagues but more in terms of different leagues. Leagues with different interests, views and values etc. Spending time with a single female that I thought maybe in my league (i agree not a good term) in that sense may be more unsettling to me because I maybe interested in her - which would be scary. But then again maybe not because I may feel more comfortable in sharing whatever comes to my mind. Romantic relationships and the merits of such is confusing to me. But I agree that a good relationship would be about compatibility. The love is blind term to me implies that the one in love is blind to the negative personality qualities (not visual or educational) of the person they are in love with. So to me it is a negative term about love rather than a romantic one.
tsk tsk so negative! you need more time to recover...glass half full glass half full!
Hi Girl (Spanish for hello is Hola, but you can greet with "Que onda"). Happy to see you in my new blog. I find this article quite interesting, now I know the reason of what I feel like my hearth is about to blow out when I close to a beautiful girl. Fortunately, it doesn't happens so often. BTW, I'm still finding your writing quite sophisticated. Yours, Zx
Hola Xochicale! No it was specifically Mexican slang that you taught me I think it was the equivalent of Que Pasa? and how young people there greet each other...please tell me if you remember!LOL, it's you the amazing poet, I am so not a sophisticated writer- you think so cos English is not your first language...which by the way has COME SO FAR since I first knew you- well done!!!Zhen Chica ^^
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