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What does the term "making love" mean to you?

Please explain what you think love is. Does the term making love make any sense to you? Can you really make love or is love something that just happens? Why do they call it "making love" anyway?


 


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Richard
posted 23-May-2000 11:15pm  
Love is telling people who they are. (ie. You are not the body, you are the soul).

Please chant:

HARE KRISHNA
HARE KRISHNA
KRISHNA KRISHNA
HARE HARE

HARE RAMA
HARE RAMA
RAMA RAMA
HARE HARE
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posted 23-May-2000 11:21pm  
Richard that is getting old and dumb plese stop.
kirst
posted 23-May-2000 11:43pm  
Making love is not the same as having sex. Making loves implies a strong emotional attachment to your partner, a "oneness"...

it's really difficult to explain...you know when it happens
guillem
posted 24-May-2000 7:41am  
Making love= sex + feelings.
ILJ
posted 24-May-2000 9:51am  
Okay, there are four questions here. Taken in order...

1) Fudging.
2) Yes.
3) Yes.
4) Because they don't like to say "fudging."
Oscar
posted 24-May-2000 1:37pm  
The term making love to me means more than simply having sex. I think it is intimate, passionate, and innocent sex between a married man and woman that truly love each other. At the risk of sounding corny, it is the "product of their love for each other."
lion
posted 24-May-2000 4:58pm  
Having to wash olive oil out of the sheets.
Zang
posted 24-May-2000 5:01pm  
"Making Love" is having sex with someone you're in love with. I've never had any other kind of sex, but I can only imagine it must be a pretty empty experience.

If you don't know what love is, I feel sorry for you.

The word "make" in the phrase "make love" is not the same as the "make" in "make cookies", it is the same as the "make" in "make out", "make war", "make peace"...
Zang
posted 24-May-2000 5:04pm  
I, for one, have no problem seeing the maha mantra on this site. Keep the faith Richard!
mandy
posted 24-May-2000 8:31pm  
Do I have to answer all those questions?

....nope...I don't.
jettles Survey Central Subscriber Bronze Star Survey Creator Gold Qualifier
posted 25-May-2000 12:13am  
i thought about answering this until i read the comment, then said naaaah........ you really don't want our opinion, you already have your mind made up!
gilly
posted 25-May-2000 12:45pm  
Making love is when your heart cums, too.
Oscar
(reply to gilly) posted 25-May-2000 2:44pm  
lol
magbast
posted 26-May-2000 1:51am  
bumpin uglies
regis
posted 28-May-2000 4:10am  
depends on context, but generally sex type behavior between two or more people.
jonathan
posted 28-May-2000 7:56pm  
I like gilly's answer.  * smile * My own definition is sex that has some nebulous (larger) amount of emotional content in comparison to the physical content than just plain fudging has.
anonymous
posted 30-May-2000 6:47pm  
Kiss, embrace, touch, feel, fly,
feel my body, feel the air, remember the feeling for days,
hands, warmth, relax, kissing, beeng kissed,
kiss, touch, embrace, beeing touched,
all together is making TOGETHER love.
Andyroo
posted 1-Jun-2000 1:00pm  
I don't know?? Why do ducks quack? Why is the sky blue? We could be here all day debating over these philosophical questions. It's just the way things are!
eloradanan
posted 26-May-2006 1:21am  
I'm tired & there are too many questions.
aquawolfy
posted 24-Apr-2008 4:22pm  
I think the term "making love" only refers to having sex. You can't literally MAKE love however so....... I don't know where the term came from.......
aquawolfy
(reply to Richard) posted 24-Apr-2008 4:23pm  
????
midagehippie
posted 6-Jul-2008 8:38pm  
sex
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