No matter how much I chase, I can't catch you.' [Choo] said, 'Oh yeah, that's a tokki.' I said, 'What?
The two shared a unique mother-daughter bond and lived on neighboring properties.
They usually spent their days together, as could be seen in the incredibly funny documentary, , which chronicled their lives together. Not likely, say experts who have studied death tied to a broken heart. Eric Scardina has seen it happen, and explains it can even cause sudden death, like in the case of Debbie upon learning of Carrie.
"We met two years after 9/11, just kids who used to hang out together and match up against one another in pool and basketball, who eventually fell in love," Brielle told
Sixteen years later, on September 9, they tied the knot in Austin, Texas, in front of friends and family. Later on in their relationship, Brielle was diagnosed with Stage 4B Hodgkin's lymphoma, but beat it. Sean's father, Patrick, was on the 84th floor of the South Tower of the World Trade Center when the plane struck.
We agree that “love hurts,” but we don’t think it hurts the way that, say, being kicked in the shin hurts.
At the same time, life often presents a compelling argument that the two types of pain share a common source.
CINCINNATI -- Shin-Soo Choo was a member of the Reds for only one season in 2013, but the veteran outfielder and talented hitter left an indelible mark on first baseman Joey Votto. When it was announced Wednesday that special jerseys with nicknames on the back would be worn on . • "Maybe three-quarters into the year and by the end of it, he said, 'You're my tokki.' He was basically saying, 'I'm trying to catch up with you now,'" Votto said. It's just kind of a full-circle thing that we both put the word rabbit on the back of our jerseys.
"He was performing really well to the point that I kept telling him all the time, 'I'm trying to keep up with you, I'm trying to catch you. ' He goes, 'A rabbit [is Korean for] tokki.' I said, 'OK, from now on, you're my tokki.' Every day we would say what's up to each other and we'd call each other 'Tokki.'" When the season ended, Votto led the National League with a .435 on-base percentage, while Choo was second at .423.
It could even happen after a good shock (like winning the lottery),” the study says.
“Broken heart syndrome may be misdiagnosed as a heart attack because the symptoms and test results are similar.
Although they rarely communicate via text or phone calls, Votto said they try to get together in person when time allows.