“The stages of a relationship can be defined by farting. Stage one is the conspiracy of silence. This is a fantasy period where both parties pretend that they have no bodily waste. This illusion is very quickly shattered by that first shy, “Ooh, did you fart,” followed by the sheepish admission of truth. This heralds a period of deeper intimacy. A period I like to call the “Fart Honeymoon”, where both parties find each other’s gas just the cutest thing in the world. But, of course, no honeymoon can last forever. And so we reach the critical fork in the fart. Either the fart loses its power to amuse and embarrass thereby signifying true love, or else it begins to annoy and disgust, thereby symbolizing all that is blocked and rancid in the formerly beloved. Do you see what I’m getting at?”—Love and Other Disasters
When your seeing someone, but you have to keep it quiet. So when other people are around you just look at each other, flash a quick smile, brush their back causally as you walk by, or sneak around the corner for a quick kiss. Suddenly these butterflies come fluttering in your stomach and blood is rushing through your body. Suddenly you two have a secret that no one can no about right now. Suddenly it’s just you and him, and no interruptions with your feelings. No one to intrude on your private conversation you two are having with your eyes. It’s when half the fun of this relationship is that no one would suspect it.
Just like the winter Cold and bitter Harsh and stubborn Sense of innocence With underlying danger Unwilling to yield Unwilling to change For anybody But you get inside To find the warmth To find the heart Inside of me