As 2013 draws to a close, Courtney Love has realized that in matters of romance two things are most important. Of all the words, you’ll never believe which words she has selected: restraint and pragmatism.
This is a far cry from Love’s confrontational outpourings of yore, even recent yore. Though she does say that each relationship ends in an inevitable “big dramatic tsunami,” it appears her tune has changed [sic, throughout]:
i think at nearly 50 the basis of any realtionship should be restraint and pragmatism before the big dramatic tsunami — s hit i wish i knew this at 20, and to become best friends and to make sure your exes dont all hate you. its important to leave romances nicely — and its 2014 so im letting alot of grudges just go, i dont have time . . . none of it matters — thank you dave navvaroo [Dave Navarro] and peter mensch . . . so to everyone take my advice, lose the grudges and grudge matches first of all youll make alot more money if that doesnt incentivise you, youll just be happier and get kissed more.
Sometimes you’ve got to lose the grudge matches to win the war. Can’t turn down more dollars or more kisses.