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Oldfaithful
Posted: Wednesday, August 29, 2012 12:47:06 AM

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blazestcyr wrote:
perfection is boring..i loved flawed people

but having said that...i dont think u have a person that is perfect for you..that would just set you up for failure & unrealistic expectations

what u look for is a lover who makes u laugh, loves a GOOD romp in bed & is loyal

the rest is all icing...


I keep thinking what i'll write in a thread then find that blazestcyr has pretty much summed up what i was going to say!!

The word perfect should never be used as you set someone up to fail by setting impossible standards your partner could never achieve.

I am 100% committed to my wife. She is my soul mate and has been for 20 years now. God that makes me feel old as i'm still in my 30's!

I still wouldn't use the word perfect. It's because perfect does not exist that i am on Lush every day. Lush gives me something i don't get elsewhere.


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Posted: Thursday, May 23, 2013 5:38:51 AM

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Is there such a thing as a perfect someone?













BelleduJour
Posted: Thursday, May 23, 2013 6:07:46 AM

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blazestcyr wrote:
perfection is boring..i loved flawed people

but having said that...i dont think u have a person that is perfect for you..that would just set you up for failure & unrealistic expectations

what u look for is a lover who makes u laugh, loves a GOOD romp in bed & is loyal

the rest is all icing...


Excellent response toast

If I'm honest, all of the men I've had any kind of relationship with must have had something about them that made me think they were my perfect mate at that time in my life, at least in the beginning, otherwise I wouldn't have given them the time of day. Now that I've grown a little wiser and been through some interesting experiences, my attitude regarding dating and especially relationships have changed for the better I think, more realistic but definitely still have a hint of happily-ever-after for the cheezy romantic in me Lwinking

Besides, 'perfect' people frighten me!

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Posted: Thursday, May 23, 2013 7:45:44 AM

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I know there is no "perfect" person...we all have our flaws...but that is what makes us who we are and gives us our uniqueness. There is that one man out there who, though not perfect, will be the one that fits just right into my life :)
Guest
Posted: Thursday, May 23, 2013 2:04:34 PM

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As you go through life, you discover MANY people who seem perfect for YOU at the moment. Accept that they change and you change and sometimes the changes tarnish the perfectness. But you and they were perfect for a time, cherish that, but move on when you have to. Our ideals of perfection are so varied and organically changeable that we can barely keep up with them. The main thing is never to let the disappointments be generic. If a blonde dumps you, it doesn't mean, for example, ALL blondes will. If a man cheats, it doesn't mean ALL men will cheat (though sad to admit, most will). Enjoy your shared perfections as they come but don't squeeze those moments to death. Too many do.
Ravyn
Posted: Thursday, May 23, 2013 8:38:27 PM

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I came to realize a long time ago, there is no such thing as perfection.

Guest
Posted: Wednesday, June 05, 2013 6:10:49 AM

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I think if they were perfect, I'd still be with them now.

So no, I haven't met the "perfect person". If he even exists.
Guest
Posted: Wednesday, July 10, 2013 6:03:18 PM

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Sadly i don think that anyone is perfect.
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Posted: Wednesday, July 10, 2013 6:04:22 PM

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let me just clarify that, perfection is an impossibility. no one can truely be perfect. there might be a good match, but i dont think that perfection exists.

Someone prove me wrong.....! :)
AdrianCf
Posted: Monday, July 29, 2013 5:19:35 AM

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I don't believe in "The Perfect Person"

And it may sounds strange, but the perfect person for me would be myself.

"Nobody's perfect... I am nobody"

I know myself, I know what I like, I know what I want.
I know my bad habits, I know my good habits, I know my feelings without having to explain them.
I know it all......

In the beginning I often think I have found someone that is close to being perfect,
but slowly it crumbles down to the point that this someone is not so perfect for me..... for others maybe.... but not for me.

I am a difficult person in a relationship, but (in my defense) I always warn woman upfront and it is up to them to
jump on the boar or not.

A perfect woman would accept me for 100%, no questions asked, no demands, no nothing except for 100% trust.


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01 - Brianna and Frank

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04 - Tom and Mary

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Guest
Posted: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 8:52:32 PM

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Yes I have. No I'm not
Magical_felix
Posted: Wednesday, September 25, 2013 8:53:18 PM

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musikboy wrote:
Well this post is to ask have you meet someone whom you think is the perfect person for you.. If yes 1)Are you with them 2) You are not..

I came across my perfect person but it was over before it started..Please share your story..


If you're not with them then they aren't the perfect person for you, no?

For me I thought a girl was perfect but then I realized she didn't think I was so perfect. To be honest I don't think there are perfect people for anyone anyway. If you keep trying to get that perfect person, before you know it your life will pass you by and you'll end up alone.



Buz
Posted: Wednesday, September 25, 2013 9:00:13 PM

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No one is perfect. "Ain't nobody perfect!"

The prefect person for you is the one that fits best and that you both can make it work with. First of all, you have to be willing to do that. It's not always easy. You have to be willing to work hard at it. Do you work hard at your career to make it a success? is that rewarding? Relationships are the same.

Ravyn
Posted: Wednesday, September 25, 2013 9:00:50 PM

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Magical_felix wrote:


If you're not with them then they aren't the perfect person for you, no?

For me I thought a girl was perfect but then I realized she didn't think I was so perfect. To be honest I don't think there are perfect people for anyone anyway. If you keep trying to get that perfect person and before you know it your life will pass you by and you'll end up alone.



Okay Jack lol hell is freezing over. I agree with you for once.

BlueEyes031886
Posted: Wednesday, September 25, 2013 9:05:13 PM

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I met someone who I finally thought was the perfect girl for me, and she decided to get back with her boyfriend because she felt she owed it to him and God, or some bullshit... guess that woulnd't have worked out very long anyways... where's her feminist friend when you need her... fuck
dpw
Posted: Thursday, September 26, 2013 5:49:54 AM

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I think instead of perfect you mean ideal. I met my ideal mate but didn't realise it and pushed them away. I've regretted it for over 20 years.
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Posted: Thursday, September 26, 2013 12:19:06 PM

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When I am deeply in love with someone I do not account for the imperfections. That person to me at that time is PERFECT. Love brings that kind of idealism. One does accept the flaws of their partner making it seem like he/she is that perfect person at that time because you are 'so in love' with that person. But nothing lasts forever not even that kind of euphoric stage in a relationship.

Soleillalune
Posted: Thursday, September 26, 2013 1:16:07 PM

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Cassandra_Blake wrote:
When I am deeply in love with someone I do not account for the imperfections. That person to me at that time is PERFECT. Love brings that kind of idealism. One does accept the flaws of their partner making it seem like he/she is that perfect person at that time because you are 'so in love' with that person. But nothing lasts forever not even that kind of euphoric stage in a relationship.


That was said beautifully
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Posted: Sunday, September 29, 2013 2:18:42 PM

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Met through a friend. We hung out a couple of times, had a good time, then didn't see each other for a few weeks. I got her number from our friend and invited her to a party I was having. Embarrassingly, she was the only one who showed up. After the initial awkwardness wore off it was kind of hilarious, and we had an awesome night. Been together since.

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Guest
Posted: Sunday, September 29, 2013 3:04:59 PM

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Sometimes life is so hard, in my life I have the perfect person.....

And now on here I have met another in the form of a very beautiful young woman called Cindy. It's ironic, I know if I didn't already have someone......

I also wouldn't have been lucky enough to meet Cindy either......

Isn't life full of misfortunes. crybaby
c50t
Posted: Monday, September 30, 2013 2:00:56 PM

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It's the word "perfect" that introduces an entire philosphy into the question.
I'm as romantic as the next guy ... No, scratch that. I'm much more romantic than most guys you will ever meet, but even in the throes of all the dopamine-aided-true-love-stages, somewhere I knew that each person that I was willing to give my entire heart to was flawed.
Yes, I thought her habit of leaving her toe nail clippings on the floor was cute. And I thought the fact that she almost never answered my questions directly was a form of deep intellectualism. I even surmised that her habitual late arrivals were only a dramatic representation of her tender heart which was always called away by the immediate needs of others.

It's been more than 20 years now. I have been wiling to go to prison for murder over those toe clippings. I'm equally sure she has stared at me in my sleep with evil intent because I ran three stop lights to get to the movies on time.
I did not marry a perfect person. That would be a cruel gesture on my part because I would be linking them with myself; a highly imperfect person.

I did marry an incredible traveling partner. I don't think anyone has ever been born that could stand beside me in my worst moments, and still care about me. I'm sure I could never have found anyone whose smile means so much to me that I will walk to another hotel to find the "right" coffee for her in the morning even if it costs three times as much as the one available in the lobby.
We've both changed so much over the years, I would really find it remarkable is we both locked into a state of pefection in a world that is constantly moving and shifting around us.
Besides, how can love be shown if you only love someone who is perfect? Unconditional love can only happen when you have some huge hairy discolored mole right in the middle of your forehead and someone STILL thinks you are worth more than the hot guy on the poster selling underwear.

Perfect person? Nah.

A loving, sexy, fun, forgiving companion that I will share highs and lows and laughs and tears with until one of us assumes room temperature? Oh, hell yeah!

See, I told you I was romantic.

musikboy
Posted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013 11:03:15 PM

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kaikai012 wrote:
Perfect someone? nah,, Special Someone...blah5


Haha :)
musikboy
Posted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013 11:14:22 PM

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LittleLuce wrote:
Sometimes life is so hard, in my life I have the perfect person.....

And now on here I have met another in the form of a very beautiful young woman called Cindy. It's ironic, I know if I didn't already have someone......

I also wouldn't have been lucky enough to meet Cindy either......

Isn't life full of misfortunes. crybaby


It happens sometimes you love more than one people and it is for different reasons.

I just wanna tell you one thing "Don't get deep into the trouble where you might hurt any one of them or you hurt yourself."
musikboy
Posted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013 11:21:52 PM

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Here are my thoughts on the perfect someone.

I agree that no one is perfect but its not about that person being perfect to the world- its about you loving everything about that person including their flaws.Hugs
tango48
Posted: Wednesday, October 02, 2013 12:53:36 AM

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the one i am with, all that i need :)

if, 'to be or not to be' is the question - then how is E=MC^2?
pixie10
Posted: Tuesday, October 08, 2013 9:49:17 PM

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mentalcase
Posted: Tuesday, October 08, 2013 11:52:14 PM

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Is out there somewhere.
Guest
Posted: Thursday, October 31, 2013 11:39:40 AM

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No one is just perfect..
Even "Life is perfectly imperfect"...
Guest
Posted: Thursday, December 19, 2013 8:28:08 AM

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Perfect guy is not for me I would get bored fast! In my opinion the flaws and differences in a person can strengthen the bond and make the relationship perfect for the two involved. Perfect people don't exist but a relationship can be perfect for you. My 2 cents
Guest
Posted: Tuesday, December 24, 2013 3:11:43 PM

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No one is perfect and nothing is perfect in real world. Perfection can't be quantified. Its like a mirage. I feel in any sort of relationship it will be better to not look for perfection. Looking for any sort of perfect relationship or person will only lead to despair and disappointment.
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