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How far would you go for someone you love?

Asked by curlyz (1194points) July 15th, 2010

just curious.

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Likeradar's avatar

Like, moving? Or sexually? Or emotionally? Or on rollerskates?

Pretty much as far as I could without losing my sense of self. The all consuming kind of love ain’t my style.

chyna's avatar

I would die for someone I love. If I had to donate a kidney to my mom, or brothers, I would. I would protect them in any way I could, if I had to.

Neizvestnaya's avatar

Past experience has shown me two years is about good enough time to see if all your love will be well received, appreciated, reciprocated and treasured or if you’re a couple of “good intents” which for me anymore is not good enough.

Simone_De_Beauvoir's avatar

If it doesn’t affect me in a negative way or if it’s worth whatever negative consequences, I’d say pretty far.

Mamradpivo's avatar

So far, about 3000 miles.

Seaofclouds's avatar

As far as I possibly could. I’d move anywhere with my husband. I would donate an organ for a family member if I could. I would die for those closest to me.

Pandora's avatar

I have been known to move half way across the world to be with my husband, and stay up 3 nights to make sure my kids didn’t freeze (long story), and to only eat a jelly sandwich in a day for a month to make sure my husband didn’t go hungry (would give him my food and said I wasn’t hungry) when we were broke. To drive 50 miles through a snow storm when my son got sick with a really high fever. It was my first time driving in snow. I was petrified. But more frightened that I may loose him.
There probably isn’t anything I wouldn’t do for the people I love.

curlyz's avatar

@Pandora – completely agree, same with me.

ETpro's avatar

All the way.

Dr_Lawrence's avatar

I would do whatever was needed to protect my children, my wife, and my parents.
I’d do absolutely anything for my wife.

chels's avatar

I’d do anything and everything. Absolutely anything.

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ZEPHYRA's avatar

For family far is never far enough. For love, too far for my own good.

TexasDude's avatar

I’d gladly lay down my life for someone I loved.

zenele's avatar

I might go the greatest distance a man can go for a woman; from the living room to the kitchen – and back.

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