Dating an Artist: 10 Pros and Cons to Make Up Your Mind

Dating an artist meme Dating an artist is no exception. By the way, this is unisex. writer neither applies to male nor female, so my gender is irrelevant in my decision-making as to what you should be wary of when considering your partner. Here are seven details you will need to remember. Artists tend to not be the most outgoing and chatty people you will ever meet. Regardless, we are listening intently to what you have to say, and we study you, and like sponges, we absorb every little detail we can discover about you. We learn all that we can about you so that we can make you happy in the best of ways. We shoot for the infinite sky and explore the cosmos with the utmost aspiration and intent for happiness and success.

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Artists are just like every other people on the planet. Admittedly, everyone has the potential to be an artist. However, only those who choose to be artists and commit to their work can truly claim the title.

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Creative significant others have done things like written and recorded songs for me and made clever greeting cards. Similarly, inventive friends have apartments that look like eclectic coffee shops, the walls adorned with cool art they created from curbside window panes. Still others make one-of-a-kind gifts for people, like necklaces using the metal polar bear from a can of Coca-Cola. Back in November, residents of Buffalo, New York got creative, too , when their first snowstorm hit, making beer coolers from snow and snowmen dressed in safari-wear, complete with a tree branch arm sticking out, hitchhiking to Florida. All that said, there are pros and cons to every situation, and dating a creative person has plenty of both.



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How to Annoy an Artist

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And yes, I'm going to drop the word chartreuse like it's a word I use every day because I probably do. I'm not going to teach you Photoshop. I am not photoshopping your head onto someone else's body either. Or drawing your portrait. When I'm with you, I don't want to look at your likeness, I want to actually be with you.

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