In this CNN.com article today about the biological components of love and attraction, this paragraph made me laugh:

Generally, there are three brain systems involved in romantic love: sex drive, love and attachment, Fisher said. The sex drive evolved to get you to look for a lot of partners, the "love" portion is for focusing mating energy on one specific person at a time, and attachment is for allowing you to tolerate the partner -- at least, long enough to have children with him or her.

Tolerate! HAHAHA!

Let us now enjoy some deliciously individual renditions of the Carpenters' "Close To You." Happy Valentine's Day!