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Lisa Misao
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Because opening up makes a person feel vulnerable and a lot of people fear rejection. Some people are also very insecure so they think acting out with hide all of it. So it’s easier to put on a face and be ugly. What people need to realized is that negativity doesn’t connect people, it repels. That temporary join of hating together will only last so long. Sometimes we can agree to disagree, still be friends, family or at least civil, but the most important thing is respect and compassion.

Leslie Brown
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You’re still vulnerable either way. Why not spread love

Joe Anthony Renteria
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I am taking this quote from a very close friend,” because you do not want to look like a pussy as bitch.” – CFI

Simon Bown
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It’s so true and absolutely mental. Having said that, I think you go the other way the older you get. I’m full of love me 🙂

Cody Bolton
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Because love can be manipulated and hate is difficult to approach.

Hope Dittman-Widner
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Because hatred is accepted in this world because of the people without God. Love is misconstrued and perverted in this world.

Randie Kay
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Because some people you aren’t supposed to love… or you can’t show your love for them.. 😪

Andres Such Garcia
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Cause love makes you look “vulnerable”?

Joss Gale
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Because love makes you vulnerable.

Reece Lyons
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Because love gets you hurt. It’s easier to be a dick

Laeebah Ch
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because hatred hurts others, and love hurts them

Dharsha Singh
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Lies, I love openly n lift u up but when u hurt me I take u down just as hard!

Duane Beck
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A beat dog will do the same out of fear, it’s self defense.

Christa Delany
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only the strong can control the power of hate. Love quietly conquers the anger.

Larry J Tricoli
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thats easy…… some people fear rejection .. some people have some type of mental problems where they fear opening up so its easier 4 them 2 play stupid games … word porn , THATS an easy one to answer …………..

Pamela Marie DeArroz Duran
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Pamela Marie DeArroz Duran

Because love makes them vulnerable. And most people don’t want to be vulnerable. They fear that, it makes them weak. While hate as a defense makes them superior. Sad, because the truth is, most people aren’t just brave enough to accept that it takes courage to love. Vulnerability isn’t a sign of weakness but being able to feel. Its being human.

Salma Bahaa
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Because people abuse love and any good intentions unfortunately so we better act tough rather than delicate and fragile

Josh Elmore
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Behind any person who hates is a naive former self that learned the hard way, over and over again. Maybe consider that before judging those who default to hatred.

Lynz Vinyard
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It’s easier to hate something you don’t understand, and hard to learn to love it. That’s why people give up on many things including each other.

Ashish Ranjan
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Well it’s like this maybe if you love someone you expect them to have the same feeling for you but when you fucking hate someone then you just don’t give a shit… So therefore we hide love coz we don’t know if the other person have the same feeling or not and we express hatred openly coz we don’t give a fuck about that individual or anything

Chantell Lavercombe
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Because people can’t just say as they feel like a grown up should do, it’s much easier to talk about things but some find it hard to accept when they done wrong and to admit to it. So much easier to just say how you feel then move on from it 😢❤

Ibrahim Okay
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because when u love they fuck and when u fuck they seem to love it this is so sick and wrong but people are this way in their social interactions specially in where i live

Nicole C Flores
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Some people fake that they love and hate on the dl…..those people are awful.

Emily Webb
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Bc love makes you vulnerable… Its opens up your heart and soul

John Little
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You can thank stereotypes for that.