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CatalinaVanilla CatalinaVanilla 26-30, F 24 Answers Mar 2, 2011

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Both. Without chemistry, you cannot even start a relationship. Without compatibility, you can never make it long-term.

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Compatibility -- it lasts longer, is more secure, and doesn't burn out. (I'm pretty sure Charlie Sheen has lots of chemistry in his relationships, and look how they're worked out.)

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chemistry

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It has to be some of both. It is the same as trying to keep a wet log burning when lacking the spark or the ember. LTR are wet logs, they take work to keep them hot.

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Yes both!!! Compatibilty and spontaneity. the ultimate combination.

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Both and throw in a healthy dose of respect.

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Chemistry, I have learned compatability does not matter too much.

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If I had to chose it would be compatibility, everything can be worked out from there :)

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Chemistry

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I think you have to have both. Without chemistry I don't think you'd be really compatible and if you had no compatibility the chemistry wouldn't last very long...

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You don't have a choice. No one does. Because chemistry wears off and will not be there in any signficant way in a long term relationship. At that point, if you don't have compatibility, you'll have very little.

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compatibility

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both but if I had to pick only one I would love to be compatible!

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You need both, chemistry will take you far, but without the compatibility it can strain your chemistry

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hard question

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Chemistry!

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Chemistry - it's something that can't be learned or acquired ;-)

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You will need both.

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I thought it was clear from my question - it's very hypothetical. The point is to force a choice. Any ninny knows that both are very important if not critical. Maybe I should have asked which is more important.

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chemistry

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Chemistry. Lots of bangs and plenty of reactional heat ;)

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