so for some reason 'all is fair in love and war'
popped into my head today, and then i realised i've read
it over so many times before without really realising that i don't know what it means.
by google the definitions i found were really quite confusing/contradicting?
all is fair in love and war:
- Something that you say which means behaviour that is unpleasant or not fair is acceptable during an argument or competition We weren't cheating, we were just playing to win. Anyway, all's fair in love and war.
- People in love and soldiers in wartime are not bound by the rules of fair play. This proverb is frequently used when two people are contending for the love of a third.
- This idiom is used to say that where there is conflict, people can be expected to behave in a more vicious way.
also lately i've been trying to find some inspiration for my art project, today i found this guy tilman faelker who is an illustrator from germany. i like his style.