Those Three Littler Words:
Should You Declare Your LIKElike?
As far as I'm concerned these days, yes. No matter what. Because for all you
know, your intended could be about to get on a swordfish boat in Gloucester
and there couldbeahurricaneANDYOUJUSTNEVERKNOWWHEN -- okay, okay, that
movie kinda got to me.
Still, there's always room to revisit The
Guy at the End of the Bar, who doesn't want you to wind up drowning your
regrets like he has. Now, it's not that you're honor-bound to spill your guts
onto an already slippery deck (see Jack
and Looking for Sanity). But complications
themselves needn't be deterrents: hey, as TGATEOTB would say, if it's not worth
putting on your waders and getting muddy, it can't be love. (Do make sure it
is worth it, though; we are not talking about just seeing if you can
get with someone you, truthfully, could take or leave. Like this.
That's poaching, which you can't even do with someone else's lobsters.)
The following letters should help you chart your course...
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