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Andymonium « Reply #30 on: November 25, 2005, 07:44 PM »
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So which Mark is that?   Wink  Whistle


 Think I wonder....
Well we must not forget about the bride's maids of course.. Shallowville Ltd dresses!  goodjob

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Andymonium « Reply #31 on: November 25, 2005, 07:57 PM »
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I agree with you, I really hope he doesn't find true love until he retires!

I've only experienced it once (I think it was love) and I hope not to experience it again for a long time, love just gets in the way too much.


Eh?  You young cynic Mark. Love is wonderful. I thoroughly recommend it. Very Happy


But the boys I drooled over in my teens were so not "the one". Play the field (safely) by all means, but most young unions dont work. You just change so much in your 20's, especially men.

 wub Genuine love is the best thing ever, even if you feel like murdering your OH every so often.  Wink  Wink


You're right but it destroys productivity in my eyes and if I fell in love before Wimbledon, MurraysWorld might not even be about, who knows!

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So which Mark is that?   Wink  Whistle


 Think I wonder....
Well we must not forget about the bride's maids of course.. Shallowville Ltd dresses!  goodjob

 kicking


Hah reminds me of the times when in the comedy, 'Home Improvement', Tim's partner brings up are big card that says his address - but I guess none of you watch that programme so never mind Smile
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Andymonium « Reply #32 on: November 25, 2005, 08:02 PM »
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Hah reminds me of the times when in 'Home Improvement' Tim's partner brings up are big card that says his address - but I guess none of you watch that programme so never mind


Way to go Mark..... love Home Improvement.  Spent a year in Canada in '97 watching episode after episode!

As for the lurv thing.... I agree with hulahoop, it's best enjoyed when a little more mature... young love tends to be pretty painful stuff..  Crying or Very sad
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Andymonium « Reply #33 on: November 25, 2005, 08:07 PM »
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Haha, glad you like it as well, I watch it on ABC1 (Freeview channel) a lot.
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Andymonium « Reply #34 on: November 25, 2005, 10:48 PM »
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i would agree with the young lover being painful stuff anyway.there are of course many different types of love anyway.
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Andymonium « Reply #35 on: November 26, 2005, 04:56 PM »
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I think the word love is mis-used so much nowadays. People just say "love you", to friends who aren't really close sometimes, and that just annoys me. I feelthe word love is special, and should be saved for special things, and special people.
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Andymonium « Reply #36 on: November 26, 2005, 05:04 PM »
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Very well said Annie!  goodjob

I think the word love is used to often "nowadays" ...it should be saved for when it really matters to a partner rather than to a random person..  Think
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