Quiet love. Are you kidding me? Whenever I go out in public with the
man I see he comments on how much more people look at him. I hate
people looking at me. Before we went out in public together he did
not understand what I meant when I would tell him that people look
at me often, and a lot. Now he understands. He and I both would
prefer others not to look upon us ergo we present them with no reasons to.
Sometimes I like just the partner to show PDA while acting distant at the same time.
“I tell you, freedom and human rights in America are doomed. The U.S. government will lead the American people in — and the West in general — into an unbearable hell and a choking life. - Osama bin Laden
Quiet love! Definitely quiet love.
Definitely a more quiet form of love. I want him to let me know that he cares, that we are safe together, and that I can share openly. I may need time to open up but if I know I can trust a person, it's a start. Going to coffee shops, just sitting together inside listening to the rain, bingewatching shows, talking about our latest obsessions, sharing creative projects and encouraging each other, talking about our day, cuddling, doing everything together. But at the same time, I guess while I want something close, I want to be my own person outside of the relationship. I'll still have my own interests, my own life, and I can be independent, but it would be nice to have someone to share it with.
If it does get to the point of closeness, I may talk a lot about the other person, but a lot of special moments we have together will be more private. My dang 9 and merging. xD One part about being 9 which makes me want to gag, I think doesn't apply with a few exceptions until it does and, bleh. I don't want it to be big, showy, for the world to see for the sake of that. Part of me kind of wants them to think of us like a sort of dynamic duo, and when I see couples that are so perfect and seem like perfect halves to complete each other, I get kind of jealous and worry that no one like that exists for me, or maybe people like me weren't meant for that kind of relationship, because I suck with connection.
9w1-2w3-5w4 sp/soTrouble... and his name is black mamba. That's the type of lunch surprise you don't want to find in your lunch bag...
When you're looking at a raptor-- you are looking at the direct descendants of hunting dinosaurs!
unless of course, you're a hunterbird. The mamba can't get a bite on his skinny legs! Plus, they're covered in hard scales that protect him from the fangs and there are talons on the feel.The hunterbird uses those talons to stomp snakes.
I get the impression that louder, more public displays are made less for the object of one's affection than they are for bystanders to see and hear. I think they often come from a place of insecurity.
I don't think the tendency to make noise comes exactly from insecurity. Rather, I think it comes from announcing a claim on a person to others nearby, since most sex in human history occurred within earshot of the other tribe members.
^ i dont think it was a question of how loud you are in bed, Adam
quiet, loud freaks me out
I'd like to date someone while no one else knows, having a secret world no one gets to even peek at on a superficial level.
I don't like the showing off excitedness that seems to come with dating, nor public display of affection.
I don't like randos paying attention to me, blaming it on me for "attracting attention" while I am envious of ghosts' etherealness.
There is something about, a silent secret love that no one else understands but you two, that feels very satisfying to me. All the personalized exclusive aspects of it, nicknames, inside jokes, shared memories, all remind me how much closer we are to each other than to other people. So yea I love quiet love.
not gonna lie though I initially thought this thread was about sex.