Stupid romantic things

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MegMarch

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A shiv tucked in a mitten. Like any great romance, it is soft and comforting, but strong and potentially deadly.
A Tsearz’s parcel of fine food. Like life’s delicacies, romance is to be relished.
 

ArtsieSteph

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For some reason it's not working right, but here is a comic based on this XDD romantic.jpg
 

Subhumanoidal

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I love the Office. But Jim was a bully. Hard to take the bullies romantic life as so good. They romanticize and paint a lot of Jim in a positive light, but he was a bad guy in many ways, especially early on. Dwight, Michael and Andy taking the brunt of it.
He went after someone elses fiance. They romanticized that, but it's too bad Roy didn't get at least one punch in. Then once he got her, he nearly ruined their marriage by being self centered and joining Athlead behind his wife's back, and investing so much of their money against her wishes.

Give me an April and Andy romance any day (Parks and Rec). No drama. No selfishness. :D
 

melita916

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I love the Office. But Jim was a bully. Hard to take the bullies romantic life as so good. They romanticize and paint a lot of Jim in a positive light, but he was a bad guy in many ways, especially early on. Dwight, Michael and Andy taking the brunt of it.
He went after someone elses fiance. They romanticized that, but it's too bad Roy didn't get at least one punch in. Then once he got her, he nearly ruined their marriage by being self centered and joining Athlead behind his wife's back, and investing so much of their money against her wishes.

Give me an April and Andy romance any day (Parks and Rec). No drama. No selfishness. :D
fiiiiiiiiine lol! I just remembered how Michael proposing to Holly was sweeter than the clip I shared lol.
 

MegMarch

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I’ve been PMing you. Have you gotten any notifications?
That's weird. I heard he was responding to other member's PMs. I'm sorry to hear you have been neglected. I'm sure it is him and not you.
 
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Sharing a bottle of Whiskey out in a desert 8,000 miles away from home.
 

Subhumanoidal

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fiiiiiiiiine lol! I just remembered how Michael proposing to Holly was sweeter than the clip I shared lol.
Yes. That was definitely better. Except I don't want to be like Michael Scott haha. Wait... I don't want to be an Andy either hahaha
 

ArtsieSteph

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Yes. That was definitely better. Except I don't want to be like Michael Scott haha. Wait... I don't want to be an Andy either hahaha
I can definitely say Michael is the most quotable, though in romantic parts I don’t think he did as well. I’m going to guess out of all the relationships in that show Jim and Pam’s was the least egregious, though I imagine Pam’s first fiancé by certain was the best to her.
 

Subhumanoidal

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I can definitely say Michael is the most quotable, though in romantic parts I don’t think he did as well. I’m going to guess out of all the relationships in that show Jim and Pam’s was the least egregious, though I imagine Pam’s first fiancé by certain was the best to her.
Holly wasn't around enough to develop into as strong of a character to understand and relate to. Versus Pam who we met on day one and was highlighted.
I think Holly was more difficult of a character to identify with, with what was shown, but a perfect fit for Michael. She was Michelle Scott haha.
Pam didn't pick good men. But Roy being best to her?
On their first date he took her, and his brother, to a hockey game and left and forgot her there.
After picking a date for the wedding on the booze cruise he said the first engagement "didn't really count".
At Phyllis and Bob's wedding he didn't recognize Any of it as what Pam had picked for their wedding. Because he didn't help at all on their wedding plans.
There was the episode where he told Jim he was glad Jim was friends with her so she wouldn't come home and be all *insert sound imitating annoying talking*
I'm not sure I'd call that good to her by any means.

Yes I watch a lot of The Office haha
 

ArtsieSteph

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I adore this. The fact that Pixar could make an entire love story of 2 people in like 5 minutes.
 
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One romantic thing I had done for me was my ex took me on a picnic in a park for my birthday with delicious food and a few gifts.

I’m also a sucker for anything hand written-a poem or a letter. Kills me.
whats your mailing address, I'll send you hand written letters. I enjoy it. I recently sent one to the Amish in Vita, Manitobalol
 
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We all have things that make our goofy hearts smile. What are some of those things? A movie scene? A poem? A picture? A fairytale?

I will start embarrassing myself first! For some reason this is like the most adorable romantic thing.


If you don’t like flowery british stuff just skip to like the last 40 something seconds. It’s the FACE TOUCH. And nose boops!! I can’t help it, it’s adorable.
he almost got friend zoned but pulled it off in the end
 

MegMarch

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whats your mailing address, I'll send you hand written letters. I enjoy it. I recently sent one to the Amish in Vita, Manitobalol
207 Fanny Pants Lane, Ludford, Lincolnshire.