A Comedy about Dating, Sex, and Romance in NYC (back when phones weren't so smart)

Relationships: the Honeymoons of Deception and Delusion

Any relationship with long-term potential has a honeymoon period, however brief, during which one is happily lost in the illusion that the other just might be perfect. This fool’s paradise is sustained by the elaborate deception artfully employed in every courtship: the diplomatic dodging of difficult issues, the careful concealing of unflattering flaws, and the strategic stressing of charming virtues. But as trust increases and each person grows weary of maintaining this initial beguilement, the blissfully blurry lens through which the other is perceived eventually refocuses to a clearer picture.

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