Tom Ramcigam (magicmarmot) wrote,
Tom Ramcigam
magicmarmot

And yes, before you break out your heavy flogging devices, I'm well aware that there is a difference between sex and love.

Not that it hasn't been on my mind a lot within the last couple of oh, let's say years.

Everybody has different needs and desires. And every relationship is different no matter how many people are in it.

And while I will acknowledge that sex and love are different, I've discovered that I would rather have sex with a woman that I am in love with (and maybe a couple of her closest friends) than some random stranger.

Maybe it's because I find a very strong tie between trust and love.

The Greeks have two words: Eros and Agape. They both translate to love, but in different ways. The Greek translation for "lust" is σφοδρή επιθυμία, which means "intense wish". If you spell 'eros' backwards, you get sore. If you spell 'agape' backwards, you get epaga, which as far as I know means nothing, but might be related to spoolaga, which is a giant suckball.

Which brings me back to point.

If it weren't for sex, love would be easy.

Put that in your smike and pope it.
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