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“What I have loved, whether I have kept it or not, I shall love forever. Except if I hate it. In which case I shall stab continuously until at least one of us bleed.”

~ André Breton on Love (I think?!)

Take my love, take my land, Take me where I cannot stand. I don't care, I'm still free, You can't take the sky from me. Take me out to the black, Tell them I ain't comin' back. Burn the land and boil the sea, You can't take the sky from me. There's no place I can be, Since I found Serenity. But you can't take the sky from me…

Love is a mutual feeling of coersion, respect, strong attraction and hand down one's trousers. A big supporter of love, wang will always spread the love; often thrusting it's views upon people.

Love is an also an uber-celebrity which has its own national bankholiday holiday named after the guy it slew on the fourteenth of february sometime ago. He had it coming.

Taming love and its entourage of rape and chat-down lines will provide the lucky bronco with all he needs for life. Only few achieve this goal though. It is believed a cheatative method to bring love under one's wang control is to eat only garlic. That will stop absolutely anyone sharing the same air space as you until the Hallowed eve of my birthday. Wait, wut?

A view of love[edit]

Love - the word… What is it? Well, lots of people asked that. You're wondering that too, maybe. Does anybody have a complete answer? I may have sung the song You Know How to Love Me, but do I know the answer? Well, I'll give you an answer here. Is love fuzzy? Is love spiritual? Is love nonsense? Is love "dirty", like a dick inside of a pussy? To the last, I say they can make a baby, but it can't make "love". Love can lead to the intimacy that can result in sex (and even a baby), but is not the act itself. Love is a relationship that has reached a certain level. Can that be a level beyond the dimensions reached on Earth? It seems so. What makes it love? Well, look for signs. Does receiving a ring make you break out in tears, knowing that you're realizing the person giving it to you loves you? Do you show love when you cry just before the special person leaves? Do you cry in anticipation of intimacy, such as right before sex, ready not only for the great physical pleasure, but the bonding the act promotes? Does the person involved even become a part of YOU?! Or, you become part of that person? Can somebody even become Phyllis Linda Hyman as much as I am, and I become as much as the person I love? It seems, YES!!!!! However you view love, your perspective is surely valuable as well. You've probably given some thought to the subject. Continue your search, it is sure to help you understand it better, whether you're in love at this time or not.