I consider myself quite science-oriented, even so many years after abandoning my engineering degree. I believe in love – all other valid forms of love aside, I mean the love that makes you desperately want to have sex with a specific someone else and yet somehow still accept it when and if that’s not possible for physical or moral reasons. I believe this kind of love starts with a flow of hormones and other chemicals through your body; I believe it is something you develop through getting to know someone and working at it if you deem the other person deserving of your unique way of affection. For this reason, I don’t believe in love-at-first-sight. I jokingly say I believe in lust-at-first-sight. But yes, I do believe you can form bonds and grow to love someone you’ve had that “lust” experience with. With that said, I wonder…
what kind of moronic pseudo-scientist do you have to be, to go around saying
For your information, you don’t feel with your heart!
THIS ♥ is not a heart. THIS *insert pic of pig’s heart* is!”
Do hey really think this makes them sound cool or intelligent? Really, it makes them sound like they know neither science nor fellings and that doesn’t put me in awe of someone, it doesn’t even make me feel sad. First it makes me mad, as you can probably tell. Then it makes me chuckle.
For your information, dear pseudo-scientists, if you think your cardio-vascular system isn’t going to feel a thing when hormones rush through your bloodstream, I sure hope you’re flunking freshman-biology.
For your information, dear pseudo-scientists, this ♥ represents the shape of the female butt (though I could name a few men-butts who would certainly classify as well), first used by an Italian if I’m not mistaken. If I am, it still represents the hindquarters of a female about to get it stuck into her nether parts (been dying to use the word “nether” since Amy said it on Big Bang Theory), something people might want to do even more so when they’re, oh say… in love.
Yes, we’re back to lust! And does it get more biological than that?! My heart does race when I’m in love and I will write a ♥ on Facebook everytime I mention an actor (TV series, whatever) I adore. And that doesn’t make me an idiot.
The only “lovey-dovey” expression I have a problem with is the “butterflies in your stomach” thing. Like the German say, bless them: “if you want butterflies in your stomach, shove catterpillars up your ass. Now pass the ibuprofen please, I have a headache.