Truly "secret" lovers indeed where one or both parties are unaware of the agreement. Alas, "my dear" is simply an annoying title I give away quite easily. Nonetheless, I must admit that your artistic uniqueness does exert a certain magnetism upon me.
It's the last line of "Lovesong of J Alfred Prufrock
This statement proves true, seeing as I am very unaware of any such agreement. I also use it freely. Mostly because I find it less demeaning than other terminology(i.e.-"baby"). If you were my type, I would fall in love with you.~
Why am I rendered incapable to read your lovely signature? It is quite depressing. Such a beautiful line should be advertised.~
After being in relationships with complete and utter pussies, I have a whole list of nicknames that should be banned from use. Including "baby", "sweetheart", "honey", "dear", "kitty cat", and the vomit-inducing "cutesicle".
Hm. It's sort of hard to explain that to someone who doesn't actually know me. I'm extremely picky, and have never actually liked anyone that I've dated. Sadly enough though, I am a pushover to people's feelings. I'd have to say witty, loves 80s alternative music, poetic, happy, cute personality, has a set of balls, blunt, dedicated, doesn't care what people think, and crazy.
Sorry for the monologue, but what did you expect? I'm a ranter.
That wasn't suppose to go on here, on your profile is where it was suppose to venture off to, but here: This is beautiful, I love the way you write. I always picture Morgan Freeman saying your majestically crafted phrases out of maccorni and cheese boxes (cause their the equlient somehow) in his penguin voice and then static comes on and he starts to sing 'Barbie Girl'