This is the last installment of a series of 9 blogposts. Read earlier posts here:
(2) The physical
(3) The body specific
(4) Demographical compatibility
(5) Family life
(7) Gendered imaginaries
(8) Personal interests and abstract metaphors
This ninth installment aims to loosely thematize some discursive negotiations of love and life based on season 5 of Fei Cheng Wu Rao (非诚勿扰)/If You Are The One around ‘Existential navigations’. [Image heavy]
Screen grabs obtained from ‘Commemorative Fashion Shoes‘ Tumblr with permission from the owner
(a) What is love?
What is love not?
I love you like I love:
Love is so complex.
(b) Some times love is strange.
Some times people are strange.
Some times this show is strange.
(c) But we’re all just trying to figure life out, one Fei Cheng Wu Rao episode at a time.
All the existential crises.
All the peculiar crises.
Maybe people are just looking for love.
But some understand the praxis and hard practicalities of love-seeking more than others.
Any thoughts? Beep me! Thanks for hanging in there with the nine-parter. Fei Cheng Wu Rao is so much gold.