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There’s a turtleneck-clad Billy Corgan-lookalike craving someone “willing to experiment”; a man who says he’s “very, very, very lonely”; and a guy who slowly pokes a needle through a balloon to demonstrate the delicate nature of love.
She chooses “Bicycle Guy” (who from the looks of his video might actually be in love with his bike), gears up in hot pink Spandex, and pedals across town to meet him at Sea Merchant. She goes home (it’s pre-cell phones), only to discover “Bicycle Guy” making popcorn with her roommate.
); that person from high school who met their spouse on Plenty of Fish (like finding a Cartier diamond in Lake Erie, am I right?
His study suggests that behaviour can lead to emotions just as much as emotions can lead to behaviour, and may suggest reasons for the relative success of arranged marriages versus conventional marriages.
I do not advocate arranged marriages but I think a lot can be learned from them.‘In arranged marriages, thought goes into the matching. But people must be able to distinguish lust from love.
Strong physical attraction is very dangerous, it can be blinding.‘In the West marriages are easy to get out of.
He said: ‘The idea is we must not leave our love lives to chance.
We plan our education, our careers and our finances but we’re still uncomfortable with the idea that we should plan our love lives.