How to Kill the Mood December 21, 2010

How to Kill the Mood

If you go to the Cyanide & Happiness website, you can see an amusing punchline. Something only an atheist would say 🙂

I gotta find a way to use that line on someone…

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  • tim

    “we are made for each other” is one of the more creepier comments made from guys I’ve dated in the past.

  • Ugh, it’s so annoying when people use the soul mate or “made for each other” line as their reason for why they are in a relationship. It’s such an empty meaningless phrase.

  • sappy hopeless romantic here: i’ve felt that way about a couple of lovers. we are “made” after all: by our parents, our histories, our education and experiences and memories. gawd doesn’t have to enter the picture, and there’s strong biological evidence that when two people have various complimentary characteristics, that feeling of “true love” is based on something more than just feeling.

  • I wasn’t made. I was hatched from an egg.

  • NotYou007

    That made me laugh and yes, the whole “we where made for each other” line is creepy. I also find the “soul mates” and “my best friend” weird and creepy as well.

    HoverFrog I was hatched from a green egg. At least that is what my mom used to tell me because my favorite color is green.

  • Doug

    I’ve always found it far sweeter to say something along the lines of “I’m so glad we’ve chosen each other.” “We’re made to be together” or “We’re soul mates” makes it seem too much like you don’t ahve a choice in being together. And that just seems sad to me.

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