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Why do we want people we can't have?
Dating / 12:58 AM - Friday May 28, 2010

Why do we want people we can't have?

- Asked by Male, 29-35

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And why do those same people think they're so damn better than the rest of us? Have you noticed they're all single, too? So, either nobody ever measures up for them, or else they want people THEY can't have? How does that work?

I mean, while we're asking.

- Response by naiveladyquestions, A Thinker, Female, 46-55, Other Profession

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It's just human nature...

- Response by barbb, An Alternative Girl, Female, Who Cares?, Other Profession

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For all genders: it's 'The Hunt'! The Predator hunting it's Prey. Its the excitement and thrill of the game of Pursuing. Unfortunately, men do it more then women! But there are those COUGARS that do it too!

- Response by shellie007, A Career Woman, Female, 46-55, Pittsburgh, Hospitality

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we don't. we can have food that tastes delicious in our mouths , and want that and have it. you don't have people.

- Response by headscratching, A Mr. Nice Guy, Male, 46-55, Science / Engineering

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That is definitely NOT me.

- Response by sleeksasy06, A Sweet Sarah, Female, 36-45, Who Cares?

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depending on why you cant have them there are many different reasons! hence, wanting someone famous.. thats just not gonna happen but they are still hot. wanting someone taken/ with someone else because its a harder chase so its more fun for you and wanting someone not interested makes you want to make them interested. its all a game to the human mind to figure out just how far or how much youll do for the little things that satisfy us.

- Response by anflaugh, A Life of the Party, Female, 22-25, Fashion

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