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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by _Raptor_, Apr 14, 2014.
So you hate who you have sex with?
Of course not! 'Love' just doesn't come out of your penis.
Why are you assuming that I have had sex?
Sigh. Stop over thinking it. Sperm is love and its usage is life
i don't know how to respond to this, from a guys perspective that is.
Sperm is not love! Orgasm can create love as oxytocin is released during one.
That's actually a good question. I don't know I've never experienced 'love at first sight', falling in love over time is more common, and rightfully so. Getting to know someone first, being good friends, that kinda like builds of feelings, but, for me anyway, when they do something that saddens you (not going to go into detail) that's when you can really feel it, when you know you're in love. But still, 'what caused love', I have no idea.
wait how exactly can something they do that saddens you make you know your in love, wouldn't it be the exact opposite?
Let's say that you're addicted to a certain drug (cocaine will be my example) dopamine is released, making you feel good, possibly euphoric. When the substance is away, you start to feel withdrawn and low. This is pretty much what love is like.
Disclaimer: I have not experienced genuine love of another person, nor have I experimented with drugs.
Love after all is a survival instinct and humans are actually devices trying to outpopulate all other species
Fundamentally that is the case. But what caused love in the first place?
Humanity's desire to dominate. But we're already there right?
Still doesn't answer my question; that only really answers why we need to do it: to dominate, to survive. What is the thing that caused us to feel love?
So my question really is: when did love start and what started it?
And yes, we are there to a profound extent.
P.S. I know this sounds dumb, so don't tell me it does. If anyone wishes to discuss this further, I will make a new thread for it as I think this could go on for a while here.
Well, what caused us to feel pain, pressure, temperature, and the like?
How about we conclude that no one knows.
OK thanks for that but if anyone else doesn't get this then in laments terms its basically home sickness.
Why do we have to feel pain
this made me think, why can we remember all feelings except the feeling of pain
It's basically explaining drug withdrawal.
i know i was just explaining it in a way that a normal mindset would think of first (not that i thought of it this way first)