Saturday, January 28, 2006

From the Book of Questions...

*YAWN* I hate it when Tina interrupts my beauty sleep! She needs to get laid or something!

Anyway, I've got two things for you today. Some yummy, lickable, muscled eye candy, and a question.

Now, it's kind of a serious question, and as you know, serious and me in the same sentence isn't normal, but I thought this one was worth finding out answers too.

But first, the eye candy...



THE BOOK OF QUESTIONS (#19)

You have the chance to meet someone with whom you can have the most satisfying love imaginable--the stuff of dreams. Sadly, you know that in six months the person will die. Knowing the pain that would follow, would you still want to meet the person and fall in love? What if you knew your lover would not die, but instead would betray you?

In love, is intensity or permanence more important to you? How much do you expect from someone who loves? What would make you feel betrayed by your mate--indifference? dishonesty? infidelity?


Silver

8 Comments:

Blogger Michelle said...

Morning Silver....

Darlin, you need to wake up. I counted 7 question marks in that - "a question" post of yours ~grinz~.

Yes

No

Both

You can't expect anything from someone who loves. Love is a gift and must be taken with acceptance of the person giving.

Yes to all three

Michelle

11:24 AM  
Blogger Vanessa Hart said...

Silver,
this is why I am glad I'm not blessed with any psychic abilities. Good or bad, each day should be a surprise. I say live each day as if it were your last (or your loved one's last) and you've done your best.

But to answer your last question, I'd rather risk it all and have six months of true love than to have missed it. It's another slant on 'Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.

Nessie

12:19 PM  
Anonymous Rae Morgan said...

Whoa, baby, those are some seriously lickable abs. Cold water, please!!

My lover aka hubby is totally monogamous. Warned me that if I married him, I had to stay with him forever, since the **** men marry for life. And he told me this at the age of 19 when we got engaged -- not sure there are too many 19-yr old males out there that say that sort of thing. I think I got a one-of-a-kind keeper.

As for the six months question -- well, my DH is living under a cloud of Type I diabetes -- and there are days it seems he might not make it another. A very bad and brittle diabetic is my hubby.

So, I treasure each day with him, because he could be gone tomorrow. Right now, he's gone skiing -- that live for the day mentality. Of course, I gave specific instructions to his skiing buddies aka his golfing buddies about his care and feeding -- since skiing will push him into low blood sugars and that is so not good at high altitudes -- adding skis and edges of mountains -- I am holding my breath and crossing my fingers. I also made him promise to check in frequently so I would know he was still alive. Yes, I worry. he's as treasure and I don't think I'd ever find another man like him.

Rae Morgan

12:55 PM  
Blogger snowflake said...

Yes, no, both, yes to all three.

1:46 PM  
Blogger Tamara said...

I rather have six months with the guy would die than with the betrayer because that would make it seem that all the time spent with him before the betrayal was a lie and he never really loved me.

4:39 PM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

hmm, i must not have published my post. oh well... see if i can remember...

where did you find that candy? cause i want some. looks delicious! yum yum! i also want shares in that company, since its bound to be doing a brisk trade.

difficult questions. i believe that in reality if i were truly in love i'd stay with him till the end. i'd avoid this in a story though, unless it was something like he turned into an angel and guided me to another love...*sigh*

Elizabeth
http://uk.groups.yahoo.com/group/elizabethsreviews (join and be eligible to win a $5 GC! - authors & readers)

5:19 PM  
Blogger Mahaira said...

Yes, I would, Silver. Memories of those six months would last with me a whole lifetime. It wolud be good to remember that someone really loved me for who I am, even if it was for a short period of time. I would truly want to stay with him till the end and die before he does but if I can't, I'll take the six months.

His betrayal would make me really bitter and if he'd only that if he wouldn't love me. If he doesn't love me, why should I waste percious time with him.

Both intensity and permanence are important, Silver. I give a 100% in a relationship and the other person should atleast care about me, hold me when I am feeling low and other emotional stuff. This should go on permanently.

Indifference would really hurt me. I once knew somebody who was neither of those but was still indifferent and very much a part of my life and it really hurts.

Mahaira

10:41 PM  
Blogger Meljprincess said...

Hmmm, when I have most satisfying love imaginable they always tell me they only have 6 months to live. Think I'm being played?

10:36 AM  

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