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View Poll Results: Is it better to have loved and lost or never to have loved before?

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  • It is better to have loved and lost.

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  • It is better never to have loved.

    5 17.24%
  • What's love got to do with it.

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Thread: Poll: If you've ever been in love

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    Poll: If you've ever been in love

    Heh heh. For anyone who's ever been in love, regardless of age or gender. Some of you may have heard that old saying - "It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved before." I say we just test that out with a poll. Would you prefer to have loved and lost (and now remember) or not to have loved at all.
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    u seem to have forgotten the poll....
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    Quote Originally Posted by BTPH
    u seem to have forgotten the poll....

    Working on it.
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    lol, okay, now that its up, i cant vote,

    have loved, but havent lost yet, so yar...
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    Wouldn't really say I've ever been in love. Just more the childish crushes and lust.
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    Love is for suckers - they show how its done in the movie Waiting:

    Monty: With women, it's always one of two things. Either they won't sleep with you, and then there's really no need to ever call them again. Or they DO sleep with you... and then there's really no need to ever call them again...

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    far better to have loved and lost I say. Sure it hurts at the time but its those hurts and frustrations that build you into a better person IMO.
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    Better to have love and lost I think, at least you have memories you treasure for ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kthemusicalkat
    far better to have loved and lost I say. Sure it hurts at the time but its those hurts and frustrations that build you into a better person IMO.
    i agree K.
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    Either that or you avoid relationships altogethor for a while ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePaganWinter
    Either that or you avoid relationships altogethor for a while ...
    for a while .. you mean at all.

    you cant stop love.. it just happens.. you never know when and you never know how.
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    Maybe.
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    From a different perspective: It was a one-way love when I was married. I wish I'd never loved him because it hurt so much when I found out 7 years later that he had been unfaithful after being married just 48 hours, with an old fling he'd been seeing throughout our engagement. He admitted to never loving me - he just wanted to have the status.

    So being inlove doesn't always make you grow stronger. It can make you scared to fall inlove again - thus you fight it next time round when the feelings are reciprocated (Hope i spelt that right). So,
    I don't agree with 'Better to love and lost than never to have loved' from personal experience.
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    I would have to say I agree with that statement
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    its better to have loved and lost- when the one you lost is a billionaire


    * MUAHHAHAHHAHAHA*
    THERE ONCE WAS A GIRL CALLED LEX
    WHO WAS INDEED VERY GOOD AT HAVING SEX
    IT WASNT FOR LEISURE
    NOR SEXUAL PLEASURE
    BUT JUST TO PAY HER MONTHLY CHEQUES

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica
    From a different perspective: It was a one-way love when I was married. I wish I'd never loved him because it hurt so much when I found out 7 years later that he had been unfaithful after being married just 48 hours, with an old fling he'd been seeing throughout our engagement. He admitted to never loving me - he just wanted to have the status.

    So being inlove doesn't always make you grow stronger. It can make you scared to fall inlove again - thus you fight it next time round when the feelings are reciprocated (Hope i spelt that right). So,
    I don't agree with 'Better to love and lost than never to have loved' from personal experience.
    Oh man, that's bad. WTF was he thinking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica
    From a different perspective: It was a one-way love when I was married. I wish I'd never loved him because it hurt so much when I found out 7 years later that he had been unfaithful after being married just 48 hours, with an old fling he'd been seeing throughout our engagement. He admitted to never loving me - he just wanted to have the status.

    So being inlove doesn't always make you grow stronger. It can make you scared to fall inlove again - thus you fight it next time round when the feelings are reciprocated (Hope i spelt that right). So,
    I don't agree with 'Better to love and lost than never to have loved' from personal experience.
    Who would propose get married and the spend 7 years of their life with some they didn't love. Sure people fall out of love but to say he never loved you.... He either really wanted to hurt you, by saying that, or he has really misguided priorities.
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    He just wanted the status? Was he mentally sane?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePaganWinter
    He just wanted the status? Was he mentally sane?
    From a religious point, the status meant everything.

    Quote Originally Posted by 1800-gumby
    Who would propose get married and the spend 7 years of their life with some they didn't love. Sure people fall out of love but to say he never loved you.... He either really wanted to hurt you, by saying that, or he has really misguided priorities.
    Both. He wanted me to leave, when I left - he wanted me back... I was probably the best thing that ever happened to that man. This guy doesn't really know how to 'really' love anyway - I didn't lose much.

    Quote Originally Posted by BiggyRat
    Oh man, that's bad. WTF was he thinking?
    Um , he wasn't too good on the thinking side of things...

    Anyways, I didn't want to hijack the thread - I just wanted to add a new point of view!
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    i've been there loved my first husband very much and was sad when i lost him took years to get over him thought i'd never find love again but i did back in october last year,and i'm happy to say i would never want to lose him
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