I think you know where I'm going with this - give me your impressions of your own loves.Sangrolu said:Dungeons & Dragons is like an old girlfriend. You've had trysts with her a few times, but you've had your difficulties. At times you might even say that she was "unstable." But man was she fun.
But now she's back. She still has some of those old quirks. But she's lost lost some weight, worked out some of her personal issues. She has that same old fun-loving smile. And she wants you back.
You can't stay mad, can you?
Your friends tell you she's not worth it. But you know better.
Storyteller is like dating one of those intellectual, artsy women that loves to use big words to impress people. But soon after you move in together, you realize she's got some disgusting habits, takes forever to actually do something, and uses the "artistic" side of her personality as an excuse from doing anything functional. Instead of a give and take relationship, you end up having to make the bed, do the dishes, walk the dog, and then go to work, simply because she can't be bothered with helping you do it. When she does try to do stuff, she'll never do it the same way twice, and she'll almost always do it some long, roundabout way, when the simple one will suffice.
About a month after you move in, you realize that she's not artsy at all, but just lazy. Eventually, she's belching in bed, until you break up.
She'll come back, 2, three times, say she's "changed," "a new me," "revised" - but she hasn't changed anything more than her haircolor, and after a while you just get frustrated with her little quirks.
Her younger sister, on the other hand, who has a sense of Adventure....