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Just to show you :)

  1. Dizzy1993 profile image59
    Dizzy1993posted 8 years ago

    Love backwards spells Evol , which makes it sound evil.

    In everyone eyes love is good love is kind & unseen that's why people close their eyes when they kiss cry & dream blahblah you know. But noone ever realized that love is the slowest form of sucide in someone elses eyes if love is hard to find. Sometimes love will make you do crazy things. Maybe even evil things that's why backwards it spells [evol] which if you say it right it says evil smile

    Let's say this.
    You love someone right ?
    but yet they don't see it and when in their momment of weakness comes you are willing to give your life for them to keep living and at that momment they realize something about you.

    Is love really evil ?
    At some points yes.
    & some no.

    At some point yeah love will make you do some evil crazy things to protect someone you love.

    But if it's love.
    It just means your happy and it's perfect.
    But we all know nothing is ever perfect am I right ?
    smile

    Love.
    Evol

    One word. 2 meanings.
    Which one do you think happens often ?


    Love is the slowest form of suicide.
    So is evil. [ evol ]
    you get me ?

    1. profile image0
      cosetteposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      "evol" could be short for "evolution".

  2. prettydarkhorse profile image65
    prettydarkhorseposted 8 years ago

    it is just a play of word, love when used greedily is dangerous and evil if it will kill or destroy, but Love is the most wonderful feeling, thats why you are here,

  3. roxish profile image55
    roxishposted 8 years ago

    hmmm...you are perfecly right, these are exatly the fellings i have regarding love.Sometimes too much love can make you suffer very very much.and the hurt makes yo do evil things made by love

  4. Hendrika profile image83
    Hendrikaposted 8 years ago

    Yes, if love becomes too possessive it can become outright dangerous and destroy lives!

  5. beebeebook profile image53
    beebeebookposted 8 years ago

    Love is romance, passion, fun. I do not think love is evil. I think when someone abuses love, the person on the receiving end may become evil.

  6. marcel285 profile image66
    marcel285posted 8 years ago

    Love- evol - coincidence, not significance.

  7. Black Lilly profile image60
    Black Lillyposted 8 years ago

    Yep...
    and if you take the word LIVE and spell it backwards - what should that mean?!

 
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