Stanford Chaparral

“I’ll never forget the first time I fell in love. It was a long time ago, the summer after sixth grade. Johnny Driscoll looked at me with his big, brown eyes, and that was it. I was in love. It was so romantic.”
—Susan, 46

“I fell in love with Mary Linley in eleventh grade. She had the cutest yellow curls - they drove me wild! I’d never felt anything like that love before. Sweet romance.”
—Perry, 38

“The first time I fell in love, I was so afraid I’d get hurt. But Dave Wilburn was very gentle, and helped me through the whole thing. Pretty soon, we were falling in love all over the place.”
—Barbara, 41

“I fell in love with Ginger McCann on prom night, in the back of my dad’s sedan. It was so great that we fell in love twice the next day in the park, with everybody watching.”
—Mark, 49

“I fell in love with a guy I met in a bar one drunken night. It was a big mistake. I don’t even remember falling in love, just waking up the next morning with a dirty cowboy hat over my face. But that’s love for you, I guess.”
—Amy, 34

“When I was in Cancun, I saw a girl fall in love with ten guys, one after the other, right there in the bar. It was so romantic!”
—Chris, 23

“I saw a woman fall in love with an entire kielbasa on “Howard Stern.” It was gross, but it was still pretty romantic.”
—Steven, 23

“I fall in love for $50 an hour, $180 for the night. Falling with love with whips is $200 extra. Romance is guaranteed. No kissing.”
—Vixen, 27

“I’ve never fallen in love before. I think I’m just not ready emotionally; I just can’t give myself to someone else like that, you know? And I think genitals would help.”
—John, 24