salazar slytherin’s locket.
Le Salon de La Sirene by Darla Teagarden
- Get something off your chest.
- The last dream you remember having.
- Your current relationship status in great detail.
- A photo of your best friend/friends and tell us about them.
- Post a photo of yourself.
- Post some lyrics that are relevant to how you feel now.
- Tell us about someone you hate/strongly dislike.
- The last time you were really angry and why.
- The last time you cried and why.
- How your life was different this time last year.
- Go to ‘my photos’, go through the first letter of your name and post the first photo saved as it.
- Google your horoscope for today - how accurate is it?
- Refresh your dashboard, whose blog do you prefer, the first person to appear or the fifth?
- Tell us about someone you miss, or a time you miss?
- List the things you spend money on in an average week.
- Which would you prefer, sex with someone you’ve been with for a while, or sex with a hot stranger?
- Your plans for summer in detail.
- Address a few words to someone anonymously.
- Refresh your dashboard, who would you prefer sleep with? The second person who appears, or the sixth?
- What is the nicest thing someone has said to you?
The Misconception of love
- Patient: I do not want to live, I cannot live without my husband, I love him so much
- Psychologist: You are mistaken; you do not love your husband
- Patient: (angrily) What do you mean!?
- Patient: I just told you I can't live without him
- Psychologist: What you describe is parasitism, not love. When you require another individual for your survival, you are a parasite on that individual. there is no choice, no freedom involved in your relationship. It is a matter of necessity rather than love. Love is the free exercise of choice. Two people love each other only when they are quite capable of living without eachother but choose to live with each other.