Hey people, just have some thoughts about House's character and the show that I'll like to have some opinions on.
I was just thinking, House [the person], is like living testimony to the fact that people don't like people who are being themselves, in other words, anyone who wants to be liked have to pretend, or go against their instincts to some extent. Some may call this selfish [House certainly has been called that loads of times], but doesn't everyone have the right to behave the way they truly feel is right [baring obvious moral deviances like murder or assualt]?
On the flip side, people who think they love someone for who they are, almost never do, because, maybe, if they see that person's true colours, they might decide they don't like that person, as compared to his/her's persona. Of course, all this leads to the conclusion that its all a vicious cycle, people maintain facade to get love, while loving only the facade others maintain, and so on and so forth.
Hope I'm not confusing or giving anyone a headache! Just some thoughts =)