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A crazy kind of love (Blog marathon post 12)



 I was listening to Taylor Swift's Blank Space today on the radio. Was intrigued by the lines
 "So it's gonna be forever
Or it's gonna go down in flames
You can tell me when it's over
If the high was worth the pain"

and "darling i am a nightmare, dressed like a daydream"  and
 "We'll take this way too far and leave you breathless
Or with a nasty scar"
So I looked up the video. And it was such a visual treat! I loved it that they have used 3 dobermans at 0.48--0.55
Truly no other breed would do :) If you watch the video, you will know what I mean.

I also think this kind of 'mad-frenzied love' is good only for music videos. In real life, you  would probably run from such a woman in the other direction. Even if she was Taylor Swift :)

Men on my TL who read this post, tell me what you think of such women. (Watch the video)
Women on my TL---we can all drool over this insanely good-looking guy in the video :)

Till tomorrow--keep smiling!
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Comments

  1. Hey! Preeti! It's an amazing video..fiesty woman, who gives love their everything. Such passion and fire in the belly! Thanks for sharing:)

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  2. The girl was very possessive, but also she loves that guy. Love can make people do many unpredictable things.
    Loved the song.

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  3. i listened to this song on my sister's request.and we kept on laughing and singing over and over again.the girl in the video is def worth the piece...lol

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  4. Deep down somewhere everybody is possessive, No matter whether it's a girl or a boy.. but our mind suppresses those thoughts.. It's not bad to express what one feel about other.. It's better to walk away with pain rather than being with someone only physically. Love needs both physical and mental commitment.

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  5. Not every time... But when that moment came into play, we are game for it and cant stop ourself from that great possesiveness... But sure either that ecstasy or the possesiveness will stay longer.... Everything happens one time😉... Anyway good Piece Preeti sis😊

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  6. I bet...not a single man can handle such type of woman. However, video was good.

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  7. Expecting equal reciprocation isn't totally uncalled for, though, it doesn't happen always and that's something one must be prepared for, beforehand. What the girl may be questioned for is only the extremity of reaction and not her feelings itself as, since the beginning, she appeared as involved as the boy was not.

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