can love bloom on a battlefield

Counterpoint: Love IS a battlefield.

can a battlefield bloom in love?

@“穴”#p54650 yes, it's called divorce

Might be a nice time to close the poll…just sayin’

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Bad place for a Serious Answer but I feel like generally people who survive the trauma of active combat together attain a very unique type of intimacy where another person becomes in certain ways closer than family and connected to you forever but also, after the war, very often someone you specifically would not want to see every day for the rest of your life. I’m no expert and I’m sure there are exceptions to this but I have never ever heard of people meeting or bonding in combat (as opposed to, like, in a military hospital) and then becoming life partners after, romantic or otherwise, regardless of gender.

@“kory”#p54679 i agree but i can't figure out how to do it

https://twitter.com/pathologic_bot/status/1485148752906113025?t=QPwdwWpN2KUJiih_O85a2A&s=19

@“tapevulture”#p53749 I asked solid snake this and he told me that love could happen anywhere

@“tapevulture”#p53749 It blooms if you pour fire, like good…

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good lord, this thread is only from January?

I feel like a mummy someone dropped a cup of water onto and is now slowly returning to life.

@“Moon”#p55241 thank you for posting this bot I didn‘t know about it, it’s great

From Neon White

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