Be still my heart. I even married one of you guys.
You must have been adorable enough to him.
As for why ixtx's don't like being called adorable. Is because if we take something serious, and someone says it's adorable, we feel offended.
It's like tasting some food and saying to the cook: "It tastes funny! "
It's like answering a girls million dollar question by saying: "You look kinda silly!"
It's like poking a religious person and ask him: "Hihi, you believe in Santa Clause too?"
It's like meeting up with Santa Clause and telling him "Lol, you're nothing like I imagined you would be!"
So yeah, it tends to offend us. But don't worry, once we lower our standards for you, and can accept you for who you are, you can say whatever you want and it won't bother us.
It's like the cook spitting on the hamburger and smiling at the customer.
It's like the guy on the couch saying what the girl wants to here and pats on his lap invitingly.
It's like the religious person nodding to the other person with a smirk and saying "Well, at least I know where you'll be going."
It's like Santa Clause crapping down your chimney with a big smile and wondering if that is how you imagined him would be like.
why is it that I'm to blame when they finally understand what my behavior really implicates even though I told them all along
LOL. This reminds me of the way my son's insatiable question-asking makes people believe he is interested in them. They don't realize he is really only in it because he is an information junkie. It works in his favor for the time being, but I always wonder what they would think if they understood the reality of the situation. Hilarious.
“There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.” ~ John Rogers