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What is little and what is big to you?

Discussion in 'Relationships and Sociology' started by TigersGoRAWR, Jan 14, 2011.

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  1. TigersGoRAWR

    TigersGoRAWR Community Member

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    In a relationship, to me, the 'little' things mean a great deal more than the so called 'big' things.

    For example;

    I think, when my boyfriend draws on my back with his finger whilst cuddling me, is a lot more meaningful and amazing than sex. This is just my opinion, but I find 'little' things like that a lot more romantic and sweet :3

    what do you think? :)


     
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    Free Mind I'm a Dragon! Rawr!

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    I like a bit of both, but I can settle for the little 1's anyday, takes less and can sometimes give more.

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    i prefer to be fucked all night and whisked away on a european tour. i settle for nothing less than a grand passion.
     
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    Yeah, the devil is in the details for sure.

    It's not the blowjob on my birthday that matters, it's saying thank you afterwards, you know?
     
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