Relationships and distance

Disclaimer: I think I speak for *almost* everyone when I show this. Note the use of the word ‘almost’ within asterisks. Also, I don’t mean to be mean! People, please don’t hate me for this – it’s meant to tickle your brain. To first make you laugh, then make you think. If you lie in that peak region, do let us know! 🙂 It will help the whole world in general.

Relationships and distance

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13 Responses to “Relationships and distance”
  1. Kadambari says:

    Lemme tell you you HOW. 🙂
    Assume that there was, there is and there will be no one else ever! That way, just because you can’t have a cozy conversation or get a hug, wouldn’t mean the end of the world. Because, there’s only one person in the galaxy for you, s/he will still mean everything to you. The distances would reduce, some day!

    P.S. Ok.. If I sound retarded. Ignore the comment. 😉 That’s how it is for us. Distances are immaterial. Though, I am not sure if I am saying it correct. 🙂

  2. Kokonad says:

    I completely agree! The distances indeed reduce eventually. How one’s mind matures with love is way different from how it matures with other things – and I am dealing with that issue flippantly. When the former is ‘complete’, distances really ARE immaterial. I can vouch for that!
    And you DO NOT sound retarded mentally challenged. At all! I am sorry if I come off as insensitive in the post. 🙁

  3. Debleena says:

    LOL….good one 🙂

  4. Archana says:

    Boo, I just wrote a comment and it didn’t post for some reason. Anyway, what I did say was that this 2D is so true – – especially on the too close side! Haha, I personally get a little nauseous if anything or anyone is around me for too long. Especially with a lover, it can get a bit overbearing.

  5. Kokonad says:

    Thanks Debbie! 🙂

    Ow… do let me know if that happens again. It’s pretty weird that it happened! I am glad you liked the 2D! Off the blogosphere, I received lots of brickbats from several friends for putting this up. 😀

  6. Archana says:

    You should send this 2D to a relationship therapist/counselor. Haha, how hilarious would that be if that’s the first thing a couple sees when they walk into couple’s therapy. 😛 I was watching a TV show where a couple attends couples therapy…which they totally could have done without had they seen your 2D. Lol.

  7. Gauri says:

    both ways it is as edgy as you have shown.. 😀

  8. Kokonad says:

    Ha ha – I do think a lot can be learned from all my relationship-related 2Ds! 😛 Actually, this particular piece has struck many a personal cord. There were people who told that to me in person or by email. I did feel I was being mean to people whose relationships are actually on the rocks, but then it was meant to tickle the brain…! Nevertheless, I am glad you liked it! 🙂

    Thanks for commenting, Gauri! 🙂 I think it is VERY true for several cases. Too close reduces personal space and being in a long distance is a test of commitment (and maturity too). I have seen lots of friends and acquaintances failing in the latter one. It’s a little disturbing! But then, as they say, everything happens for the best reasons, which you would eventually figure out!

  9. RukmaniRam says:

    you find the right distance! hmpf!

  10. Kokonad says:

    Hmmm… Did I miss something? 🙁

  11. Reva says:

    kOKO – Distances make the hearts grow fonder. Now if it is one’s honey’s heart is the point in question? 😛

  12. Kokonad says:

    Heh heh heh! 😛

  13. iboe says:

    I’m dealing with this actually, and I’m totally not in denial haha we are thousands of miles away from each other, I won’t be seeing her for a year or more .. but Kadambari said it all.

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