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Discussion in 'Sexual Fetishes and Fantasies' started by Love2BKinky, Aug 2, 2014.
You are just still working on bringing it out.
It's not like you are not the right man
After all the above, I deleted many cause they don't compare and I'm run out of what I can post. I got these
Of course, it's much better to do captions on your own pics, or ar least put your own words on pics. I sometimes do that but don't find the wording good later
For You Loves2Ride
(Rob, we seriously need a "LOVE" button.
To just "like" some of these Posts, just doesn't really convey how much we all "like" things sometimes )
Aw... Thanks Baby!
"Purple Love" to you too!
~ Kisses ~
Love That Purple
Why don't you two just log off and get to it?
Rob_E we need a 'Jealous' button
That is so wonderful....
We need an "envy" button. I was asking english speaking people about the difference between envy and jealousy.
Let those two not log off ever....
I am already a devoted 'slave' of loves2ride, so envy is perhaps the right word Joys .......... as a friend of mine says "what ever".
s to him?
We have a lot of words to say in different kinds of envy in Turkish - but not all are Turkish, most all Arabic or Persian. But only two words in English have this: jealousy or envy. What word do I use to describe the feeling of wanting to be in someones place but with no hard feelings to him? I am not jealous, I do not want to be in his place but I admire him.
Sometimes English can be poor too
Correction: Not " I do not want to be in his place" but " I do want to be in his place"
Envy usually implies a feeling of discontent or wishful thinking about another's good fortune (if you take any notice of this site's lousy spell checker you are going to have problems with some English).
Jealousy usually implies a fear of losing, or of being suspiciously watchful.
Hope that helps Joys.
Thanks JonJo, I had asked this before too and that's a good reply. But still, this is such a feeling that it needs different identifications. I am now counting 6 in Turkish with the levels - not all Turkish. There is "gipta" which is totally admiring someone, who you can't achieve but have nothing against to, there is "imrench" that you somewhat feel more that you want to be in theirs place, to the place where you can't take what the other has
Ok, we're back!
Did we miss anything??