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Why women fall in love with fictional characters ?;-)

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Asked by anupama kumar, 15 Nov '09 02:10 pm
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Becoz women are emotional by nature and imagination is their inheritant character... their expectation is about a person who can take care of all their emotions.. which is not practical in real life since in reality Man is reason and Logic and they do not pamper emotions but GOVERN THEM... so the real life is too different from the Imaginary one..
Answered by Sharmila Bose, 16 Nov '09 12:11 pm

 
  
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Becausce expectation of women are very high. During childhood and adoloscent women imagine that their would be husband will be the best who can take care of all their feelings and sentiments and also give freedom to maximum extent. They dont realise that life is full of compromise. One has to adjust according to the situation. This rule is applicable for both men and women. The persons who dont adjust according to the situation and continues to expect their dreams of young age to come true is alsways in trouble.
Answered by Twinkle Aurora, 16 Nov '09 12:26 pm

 
  
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Men do that too, men do that too :) There is even an entire industry catered for EXACTLY this called a geisha house in Japan. The women there are experts in drama acting, dance, psychology and conversational talks. Once a man takes a geisha in as his "keep" then her job is to put on a lights & sound show to portray & recreate the image of the woman he has in mind.

Geisha girls were given more importance & respect in Japanese society than a school teacher or a doctor. So just to show u that men too fall in love w/ fictional charas they just don't like to admit it openly :)
Answered by A Moin, 16 Nov '09 08:09 pm

 
  
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Because they do not want to fall in love with real characters. Fictional are harmless.
Answered by subhash, 16 Nov '09 07:40 pm

 
  
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They are very emotional.They view day dreams what they think over and over again.They tend to believe their imagination as real.thatz why many imaginary character have evolved and became popular.Shining example is HARRY PORTER.
Answered by Pradipta pati, 16 Nov '09 01:37 pm

 
  
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But soon they find that they live in 'imaginary world' and look for exit so as to be in the 'real world'.
Answered by Siachen, 16 Nov '09 12:26 pm

 
  
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Women expect their partner to be very Rich, Prosperous, Famous, Handsome and someone who is prepared to devote 100% of their time with her. Unfortunately in real life a character who has money and fame will hardly have much time to spend with his companion nor can he be 100% loyal to her. Such a Character can exist only in the make believe world of Fictions.
Answered by Shyam, 16 Nov '09 11:52 am

 
  
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Fictional character r ideal in all way...behaviour/doings/nature..performance...features...so when all things get ina one person so it is natural to fall in love that special person.
Answered by jaya acharjee, 16 Nov '09 10:21 am

 
  
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Because it is a work of fiction.
Answered by mohanbirsingh ghura, 15 Nov '09 05:50 pm

 
  
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The Fictional 100 offers--in short, readable chapters--the triumphs and tragedies, romantic escapades, and adventures of the most interesting people in world literature and legend. Each chapter begins with an epigraph in the characters own words, which reveal something of each ones unique style and personality, starting with the famous "To be, or not to be" from the brooding Hamlet. Then each characters "life story" is recounted, typically emerging in one or more key works of literature, but often continuing to evolve in music, film, and other literary works far removed from the characters time and place of origin. Consider, for example, Jane Austens Emma transplanted to Beverly Hills in the film "Clueless," Homers Odysseus making the rounds of twentieth-century Dublin in James Joyces "Ulysses," or Mary Shelleys Dr. Frankenstein strutting on stage as Dr. Frank-N-Furter in "The Rocky Horror Picture Show."

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Answered by jameel ahmed, 15 Nov '09 04:06 pm

 
  
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