posted on Mar, 24 2017 @ 04:49 PM
I enjoy reading the comments to Donald Trump's tweets because I find them to be very entertaining. As a consequence, I developed a couple of crushes
on women who regularly comment on Trump's tweets.
I was shocked that such a thing could happen. How could a crush develop based on short messages and an avatar?
I have only developed a crush on two women this way, so it was easy for me to deeply contemplate what was happening. In the last couple of days I
looked at their Twitter pages.
One of them writes for a late-night TV show. She is as funny as can be and an amazing writer. It's easy to see how she's a professional joke writer
because she writes in that style. There is a lot of talent to be attracted to there.
The other one describes herself as a graphic art enthusiast. Some of the art that she's posted as comments to Trump's tweets has been jaw-dropping.
She's posted so much in many cases that I couldn't have imagined one person creating it all. It's been hilarious, it's been insightful, and it's been
exquisite. She has posted more off-the-charts brilliant memes than anyone I've seen.
Does attraction based solely on talent exist? I believe it does.
I wonder if anyone could be attracted to my talent for starting annoying threads?
edit on 24-3-2017 by Profusion because: (no reason