Sights and Sounds

According to Woodrow Wyatt, “A man falls in love through his eyes, a woman through her ears.”

In the movie, The Truth About Cats and Dogs, Janeane Garofalo’s character, Abby said, “You forgot to say I love you because you’re beautiful.”

Ben Chaplin’s character Brian replies, “No, I didn’t. I mean, she is. But that’s not why I love her.”

A clear refute. The movie centers around three main characters, Abby, Brian, and the beautiful Noelle. Brian falls in love with Abby who is a talk show veterinarian, and who he has never met or seen before. She is afraid that he will not love her because of the way she looks, and so, she convinces Noelle to act as her on the premise that he and all men only look at the exterior when falling in love.

Not to say that some men will focus on something other than a woman’s face or body, just to say that some men don’t.

And as for all women falling for sweet talk, well not the case either.

But perhaps somewhere in all of us, there may be times when our feet want to go on the other side, or then again, maybe not. 😉

for the month of february, PLEASE GIVE A DIME. Or ten cents, or an equivalent. For each day, set this amount aside for the whole month, 28 days, and at the end of the month, donate it to a children’s charity. A small big difference. Pass the word along if you please. :)




7 responses to “Sights and Sounds

  1. I think in many cases this is actually true.
    I certainly fall in love with my eyes.
    Women seem to like me best when i’m being false, err i mean flattering. lol

  2. you have got some points here gg, men really are influenced by exterior- and women by sweetness of behaviour/tongue (majority).

    then there are exceptions like henry higgins and the flower girl. 🙂

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