Having true love in life is only in movies. real life is not that way

November 24, 2015, 11:22 pm

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The debate "Having true love in life is only in movies. real life is not that way" was started by andy91 on November 24, 2015, 11:22 pm. 15 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 48 people are on the disagree side. That might be enough to see the common perception. It looks like most people are against to this statement.

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andy91, sowhat, calebtanner, WaspToxin, jellybeanie, truth_or_ture, Hijumi and 8 visitors agree.
Wookie, PsychDave, zoeclare7, debaterjr, bearunter, Gabri_XO, scotthansonMC, confident, Picassota, AngryBlogger, Peypey, AlenaMaisel, JakobBoghora, SwaggerPoptart, neveralone, s_hatefi, harshita, Rajat and 30 visitors disagree.

not true. u truly loved ur mother and none of ur conditions apply there.

3 years, 10 months ago

All love is conditional.
You only love them because.
1. Their ideology.
2. Their looks.
3. Their success.
4. Their humour.
5. Their bracery.
6. Strenght perception endurance charisma intelligence.
7. Their fetisches.
8. Their dick or boob size.
9. The way he/she treats you.
10. Their hobbies.

Who would date a man that disagree with you, is a douche, is ugly, have no money, tells bad jokes, is a coward, is weak, is dumb, dont seduce you, likes seks you think is disgusting and have a tiny pen15?

If you still love him that its not true love. It is self hate.

True love is when all 10 characteristics is correct. Then you are a perfect couple.

4 years ago

There are people out there who do fin true love, it all depends on who. there are people who value themselves more than any other, andthose people will probably not find it. Then there are those who value others before themselves, in which they could possible find it. it all depends on the people involved in the relationship, how they consider love, and how they care for eachother.

4 years, 8 months ago

It depends on what you define as true love. Disney's happily ever after doesn't happen because life never gets perfect, but there are couples who have been together for decades that are still very much in love.

4 years, 8 months ago

true love is love unconditionally that not possible as people care much about themselves than their partner and has to adjust

4 years, 8 months ago
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