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|Romancer66||Dec 15 2012, 07:06 PM|
Alice herself said that Jack reminded her of Tom--and however much those two men might have differed in other respects, they were both incredibly monogamous and family men at heart. Daniel probably doesn't know how to spell monogamy, let alone practice it.
But I think what irritates me most about Dannifer as a couple are the completely unrealistic images they both have of each other. With Jennifer, it's "Oh, Daniel--you're so wonderful, amazing, perfect, and never, ever in the wrong! If you do something illegal, unethical, or immoral, it must be someone else's fault for manipulating you into it, you poor, defenseless, saintly paragon of virtue! I will turn my back on my career, my family, and everything else that mattered to me to devote myself, body and soul, to your every need and desire. I will protect, shield, and defend you from every criticism, and never leave your side--even when you tell me to get lost."
And Daniel's just as nauseating: "Oh, Jennifer, you're so good, sweet, wholesome, and cute. A perfect angel, who wouldn't hurt a fly or say an unkind word to anyone, and doesn't have a mean bone in her body. You're so selfless, you'd develop appendicitis on the spot just to prove that I can be a surgeon again. How can I ever repay such devotion?" :puke:
Honestly, these two need a major reality check about each other--except that their so-called "love" would never survive if they had one. They'd both rather live in Delusionville, pretending neither one has faults or flaws. That Jennifer hits her own brother rather than listen to his justified criticisms of Daniel and her speaks volumes about how deeply her head is buried in . . . the sand.
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