Apparently about the time she moved, she broke up with her ex again. Meaning anyrhing goes and that everyone who is in love has the opportunity to use whatever they have whether it be money, looks, charm, flirting, or bribery if the end result to them is love. Fair play is reasonable if you don't mean to win at any cost and the other guy doesn't mean to kill you, but all that goes by the board in any genuine confrontation. War should and does have rules, it can't be attacked the way people attack love. But knowingly holding an innocent bystander at gun point to demand something from the enemy is wrong. Something which complete assholes and bitches say to their douchebaggery behaviour.
Some people could see it as I stole her from her ex, or she stole me from mine. These keep your in balance by practicing and maintaining a good outlook on life. You cannot use atomic bomb to destroy the enemy because your enemy has friends and they have atomic bomb also. Whether it's love or war, people should compete fairly. In love, you don't need a reason to show love.
Sometimes one person loves someone and the loved is not returned. Hence the saying all is fair in love and war. Say, there are two people who are unhappily married and suddenly one of them finds the true love of their life. Then as time went on, we remained friends, and she moved from where she was living then back to her hometown area about an hour and a half away. First attested in the United States in 'Horse-Shoe Robinson'. Similar logic is applied here, if you play unfair in love your love will be just gone in sixty seconds because you played unfair so viewers have shown your game, become inspired by you and have made made a logic unfair game is fair against unfair a player.
Around this time, I began a relationship with someone else, and she got back with her ex. When applied to 'war', it has almost the air of a novelty. We face the prospect of dying or being killed. You'd have a har … d time picking up small objects, keyboarding a computer, doing art projects, and so on. ? That is, you do what you gotta do to win in the game of love or way. To be loved a dream.
Nothing is out of bounds when it comes to love and war. We don't see our object of love as a normal human being with flaws. If we just allowed ourselves to be ruled by passion without thinking, the world would be in chaos. A person following these precepts cannot help but be for love and peace and against war. Likewise, a soldier who kills an enemy who is coming toward him with an intent to harm, is no different. There is no such thing as a fair fight.
If you use your atomic bomb to finish your enemy off then your enemy's friend will use theirs against you and after all the whole planet will be gone forever where not to be left to survive. I was unaware that they had gotten back together for the few months prior. I met my girlfriend out at a club, we only talked friendly, and then we ran into each other again at the club a week or two later, then then again. The whole quote to me is the fact that in love there is no winner. Where war is concerned, if you are not the aggressor but the defender then you are only protecting that which is yours.
The usual context would be something like: 'Tarquin, by a fiendish subterfuge, has engineered the absence of gullible Pozzo for 3 days; during which time he seduces Dorothea, of whom gullible Pozzo is enamoured. Eventually we exchanged contact information and just talked as friends. Love is easy when things are going well, as it's easy for both people to take credit for their contributions to the relationship, but it's when things get tough that love is really tested. In other words, it can also be described as 'an end to justify a means', which means that if you win, then the way you won doesn't really matter. Same with love, you can't fault someone when they fall out of love because in the matters of the heart, there's nothing you can do about it. How you win is not important.
While the competitor waits in frustration for the desired person to arrive, he or she is across town enjoying the company of the perpetrator. The proverb is frequently used to justify cheating. You can complete the definition of all's fair in love and war given by the English Cobuild dictionary with other English dictionaries : Wikipedia, Lexilogos, Oxford, Cambridge, Chambers Harrap, Wordreference, Collins Lexibase dictionaries, Merriam Webster. I haven't read Lyly's Euphues, but I'm not sure that proverb is the right word. Usually the quote is uttered when someone is trying to justify bad behavior. To love and be loved? I was not aware of that as it was none of my business, and I was in a relationship then so it didn't affect me anyway. She is a real beauty! When they kill someone during the war, you can't fault him because it is to be expected that when you go in a war, there is a big possibility that you will die, if you live then good for you, but if you die then it's part of it.