But she only exists on tumblr.
subway??? no man this is domway. we tell you how you want your sandwich and u shut up and eat it.
This is domway, where we pre-negotiate how the sandwich will be made with your full understanding of the ingredients and their usual consequences. If the worst happens and you don’t like the sandwich you can use a safeword, we’ll remove it and immediately stop lunch. Then we’ll remake it for you the way you like, with plenty of communication to avoid those ingredients in the future. That way you can build a foundation of trust with us, and enjoy yourself by safely giving yourselves into the hands of other sandwich-makers who have proven their responsibility and compassion with your dietary needs.
An article discussing the opposing ideals of placing a lock on one of the bridges crossing the Seine, and french ideals of love.
- NY Times, Opinion, Agnés C. Poirier ”The Locks on Paris’s Bridges Represent a Misunderstanding”
The article is almost a year old now, but I just found it. I find it interesting, because, once upon a time, I entertained the idea of proposing to someone on this bridge and partaking in the act of locking our relationship to the bridge. The irony in this article and its connection to the relationship I am no longer in are not lost on me.
Still, let the people locking to the bridge decide what it means for themselves.
A lot of my friends have a very modern ideas of love and relationships. I’m fascinated by it and find it all very very wonderful. If you’re in love, it makes perfect sense that you’d have each other’s benefit at heart, and wouldn’t do anything with mal intent. Unfortunately, I know many more people who only have experience with a partner too self interested.