Knocked off your feet.

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11 Responses to Knocked off your feet.

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  2. Westicle says:

    I love your titles to your posts.

  3. Alina says:

    love can fit both

    • Ethan says:

      Alina, I don’t see how you can have pain when falling in love. Pain comes later, at least it does for me.

      • mavy says:

        “I keep on falling in and out of love with you […] how do you give me so much pleasure, cause me so much pain.” (Alisha Keys) IMHO that fits perfectly to what Alina said.

        • Liam says:

          Also, the card never notes whether you are falling *into or *out of love. That would make all the difference in the world

  4. Ats says:

    I think love fits both, I also illustrated this concept in a little game one month ago :
    http://www.atien.net/index.php?article15/falling-in-love

  5. …And falling feels like flying for a little bit.

  6. johanges says:

    Pain ∩ Falling ∩ B25 ⇒ Empire State Building

    [obscure joke — as if I made any other kind :-) ]

  7. Katie M says:

    I really like how from this simple diagram one can tell that you are not only an optimist, but a romantic. Although love could also fit into the category of pain, as many, including myself, know, it’s refreshing to see someone who has such an unjaded or unromanticized view of love. Also equating love with joy is both very sweet and oddly inspiring. I love these. :)

  8. Michael says:

    I’m a little late to the party on this one, but I think an opportunity was missed to make the intersection of Joy & Pain => Rob Base.