When I started online dating, to accompany my ‘Swanning‘, I would make collections around Adams I was chatting with. Symbolic representations like:
- songs and
- star signs.
I would assign peices of music. I would assign top 40 pop songs to some Adams, classical music for others. For me my subconscious sends me songs. When I sing my way through the words I find out why this song has been selected.
I read star signs as an amusement. I love to look for coincidences. Finding out whether my star signs are compatible with Adam’s makes for a great read. Sometimes your Chinese horoscope has your star sign compatibility at 90%. One Adam was a horse in his Chinese horoscope. According to the blurb this made him a great lover. Finding out he had 7 kids made this a likely reality. Reading the western horoscope for the same Adam can show the two of you have a compatibility of 30%. On occassions both Chinese and western horoscopes give you a more consistent rating.
This assigning of symbolism was before I realised how fast things moved in the online dating world. Selection of pieces of music and musing star signs is now replaced with a single word summary. My latest two Adams have been summarised as ‘Intense’ and ‘Conservative’.
Another of my symbolic frivolitities, from many years ago, is that green m&ms make you sexy and red m&ms make you smile. As I’ve just bought a 1 kg tub of Christmas m&ms filled with just green and red m&ms it should be a wonderful Christmas!
May your symbols, stars, songs, smiles and sex align!