Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Attraction - What is it and how happen in 10 random phrases

1. a: something interesting or enjoyable that people want to visit, see, or do

b: a performer who people want to see

c: a feeling that makes someone romantically or sexually interested in another person

(Webster dictionary)

2. a) a person or thing that catches the attention of another being
b) the magnetic force that pulls two people together regardless of their own will
c) easy to avoid, but impossible to ignore
(Urban dictionary)

3. 1.The action or power of evoking interest in or liking for someone or something:
the timeless attraction of a good tune.
1.1  A quality or feature that evokes interest, liking, or desire:
this reform has many attractions for those on the left
1.2 A place which draws visitors by providing something of interest or pleasure:
the church is the town’s main tourist attraction
1.3 Physics: A force under the influence of which objects tend to move towards each other:
gravitational attraction
1.4 Grammar The influence exerted by one word on another which causes it to change to an incorrect form, e.g. the wages of sin is (for are) death.

Origin
Late Middle English (denoting the action of a poultice in drawing matter from the tissues): from Latin attractio(n-), from the verb attrahere (see attract).
(Oxford dictionary)

4.Attraction is beyond our will or ideas sometimes.
Juliette Binoche

5. I think romance is friendship and attraction sort of meeting together and that does influence what I'm writing a lot. I try to establish the attraction, obviously, but I also think it's important to show the characters having actual conversations about things other than their feelings for each other - and to develop their friendship on the page.

6. Barriers tend to intensify romance. It's called the 'Romeo and Juliet effect.' I call it 'frustration attraction.'
Helen Fisher

7. I was always attracted not by some quantifiable, external beauty, but by something deep down, something absolute. Just as some people have a secret love for rainstorms, earthquakes, or blackouts, I liked that certain undefinable something directed my way by members of the opposite sex. For want of a better word, call it magnetism. Like it or not, it’s a kind of power that snares people and reels them in.
Haruka Murakami

8. I think women are sexy when they got some clothes on. And if later they take them off then you've triumphed. Somebody once said it's what you don't see you're interested in, and this is true.
Groucho Marx

9. Nature wishes that woman should attract man, yet she often cunningly moulds into her face a little sarcasm, which seems to say, 'Yes, I am willing to attract, but to attract a little better kind of a man than any I yet behold.
Ralph Waldo Emerson

10. The mysterious magnet is either there, buried somewhere deep behind the sternum, or it is not.
 Elizabeth Gilbert, Eat, Pray, Love


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