It is said that love encompasses all – feelings, emotions, and experiences – and is one of the deepest interpersonal affection.
However, the ranges of love differ in rich variants such as love for spouse, love for mother, love for a pet, love for a car, love for food, love for clothes, love for indulgence, and the list goes on. It is very difficult to describe the feelings of love without being repetitive or monotonous.
So, to beat the challenge a Twitter user dared others to describe love without using the word itself, and the answers ranged from hilarious to poetic to straight out A.
To say the least, the post has been trending on the micro-blogging site since its release. Here are some of them the replies:
A user commented, “The feeling you get when you fall asleep outside n wake up with the sun on your skin … the sound of a baby laughing … embodying light”.
A poetic one read, “Drowning and breathing at the same time”.
One of the longer ones read, “Picture this… your large two-topping pizza was just delivered. You hop on this comfy ass couch, a dog is there. You’re wearing mesh athletic shorts, a t-shirt and one sock and you press play on Netflix as you eat that MF pizza. The windows are open. It’s summer.”
Another one tweeted, ” I’m on my way home what do want to eat”.
One tweet read, “Wanting to throw them out of a 5th-floor window but being downstairs in time to catch them”.
One user wrote, “Total acceptance and nonjudgement. Freedom to be who you really are”.
“It’s like being shackled to an anchor, dropped in the middle of the ocean but you want to drown. So you go willingly completely at peace and accepting of death”, read another comment.
One user wrote, “Like tending a garden you want your flowers to grow big & beautiful (relationship) so you cut out the weeds that appear (problems) you give it sunlight (faith) and water (reassurance) but most importantly you need good soil (the foundation) to plant them in or something”.
One comment read, “Wanting that person to be the last thing you see in life”.
One commented, “The strong and sometimes overwhelming desire for someone else to be happy”.(Minimal edits applied, story generated from syndicated ANI feed)