nanny It seems that people always want what they can't have. This dates all the way back to the days of the Bible. Even if you aren't religious, you can still follow this thought.

When Adam and Eve were in the Garden of Eden, they had a multitude of fruits that they could've eaten. And to the best of my knowledge, they did, for quite some time. But there was the forbidden apple tree. The forbidden fruit, of which they were not to eat from.

But of course, temptations got to the best of Eve. One day she went into the part of the garden, where the forbidden fruit tree was, and the snake told her to try it. (I personally think the snake was a figment of her imagination, and she was really just listening to her mind saying "Eat the forbidden fruit.") So she took the apple, and bit into it, and then was banished from Eden to hell, or some other place that resembles upstate New York.

Modern day example.
When two people are together, and have decided that they are monogomous. Then the guy decides that he wants the hottie across the office from him, she represents the apple. Then he goes home with lipstick on his collar. His girlfriend knows, and kicks him out. He's all alone.. that would be hell.

The moral of the story.
People want what they can't have. And even though they know damned well that they can't have it, they will have it, even if it means they will be banished to hell, or in that vacinity. Meaning, people will suffer the worst consequences, because they have had their forbidden fruit.
lost they are always the best kind though. 011015
silentbob sometimes i like to burst into song with really bad vocal stylings

lost i like doin that too. it's fun watchin people look at you funny. 011015
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