Monday, October 8, 2012

is it possible to love two people at the same time?

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that I'm not the only one that's horrified by the fact that Rihanna and Chris Brown are pretty much back together--- not that they weren't fucking all along-- but still.  I know she tweeted: ain't nobody's bidness but me and my baby, BUT WHAT THE FUCK.  After watching that Oprah interview, it was clear she was still madly in love with him and someone told me recently that she beat up on him all the time (which is no excuse for what he did) but maybe these two are meant for each other.  And don't even get me started on Queen Oprah.  After Brown beat up Rihanna she devoted several shows on the topic of domestic violence and then she basically giggled and smiled when in their recent inteview, Rihanna admitted she still got butterflies when she saw Chris Brown.

Anyway, I don't really have the stomach to write about it.  It's just too dysfunctional and domestic violence is too heavy for this blog.  When it comes to abuse we like to stick to lighter topics like guys not returning text messages.  But, I did stumble upon this weird ass video that Brown made to address the fact that he was caught between two people: RiRi and his now ex-gf Karrueche.  He claims he's in love with two people.  And we all know the Bachelorette and the Bachelor are always in love with two people too, but I call BULL SHIT.

This is where I apologize for the fact that Chris Brown inspired this post. Sorry.

Anyway, I don't think it's possible to be in love with more than one person at the same time.  Sure, it's possible to be torn between two people or have strong feelings for more than one person (when most of us are having a hard enough time just finding one person to be interested in) but to actually really be equally in love with both of them?  No way.

There is always one person that you are partial to.  One person you love more.  One person you would rather be with if it were just that easy.  Here's my other theory: the person you love more (option A) is also the person that loves you back a little less than option B.   The reason you're conflicted is because you know that option B is more devoted to you...but they just don't get you as hot and bothered as option A.

Option B = sure bet
Option A=  gamble

What do you guys think?  Ever truly been in love with two people at the same time?  Would you ever stick by someone who claimed they loved you AND someone else?  Comment below.

1 comment:

  1. Totally agree with everything in this post!! I've always wondered about that advice "always marry someone who love you a little more than you love them." i don't know if i wan't that. i don't even want to date someone that i'm not totally obsessed with. i can't imagine committing to someone for a lifetime that i knew loved me more. 1) i want and need that passion. 2) if i knew that they loved me more, i know myself and i would probably take advantage of the situation and walk all over them, which i also find extremely unattractive.

    also, apparently oprah has condoned riri and chris brown getting back together. wtf?