Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Nicholas’ Unified Theory of Interpersonal Dynamics



Earlier today on MSN, in a fit of Einsteinian genius:


Viceice || In Miri says:

i got this theory about silence

[Friend] says:

right

Viceice || In Miri says:

there are two kinds

Viceice || In Miri says:

theres one kind where it says "Your relationship is running out of momentum..."

Viceice || In Miri says:

and the other kind that says "Your relationship has reached a stable point.."

[Friend] says:

ok, sounds reasonable

Viceice || In Miri says:

I suppose it's like physics and Newton in a way…

Viceice || In Miri says:

Relationships are exciting when you feel it's moving... Like force...

Viceice || In Miri says:

a relationship starts out accelerating, so you feel the force and get a kick out of it

Viceice || In Miri says:

Then you stop feeling the force...

Viceice || In Miri says:

And that can mean two things:

Viceice || In Miri says:

Where acceleration has stopped, but you're still going at a steady pace

Viceice || In Miri says:

or you're at a standstill again

[Friend] says:

haha

[Friend] says:

physics!

[Friend] says:

my sort of best subject =.=


So in short,

The health of a relationship is equal to velocity post acceleration.


1 Comments:

Blogger Tracy said...

In true Newton terms, it should be:

The measure of health of a relationship is directly proportional to the velocity post acceleration, when every other variable factor is constant.

=D

You're a genius!

Thursday, August 11, 2005 12:19:00 AM  

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