How many times have you fallen in love?
Is it the same number you have fallen out of love?
Is it possible that there is at least one that marked too hard in your heart that you can’t let go?
More than possible.
Would you think he/she feels the same?
I can’t even tell.
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Meeting someone is an everyday occurrence. We get a shot on everything. But, there are risks for every shot.
Meeting someone you like is never like an everyday occurrence. It is something that happens in a week or a month or a year. It does not happen everyday.
Liking someone is the combination of fate and decision. Never comes a person who exactly meets your ideals. Maybe, almost like but never can be someone to be exact. And those imperfections will be filled by the decision to spend more time with this person.
Falling in love with someone is never an everyday occurrence. It rarely happens on a week or a month or a year. It won't happen on a Random Thursday or another day.
90% of the people falls in love with the person who won't reciprocate the emotion. And, it is a very small odd for someone to be in a happily-ever-after relationship-shit. 10% is not a strong percentage to hold on. 1 out of 10. Maybe, reality check, it could be 95%.
There is a slim chance for you to be on a real date while having the lil-dirty-fun-fun-fun date right after at the same time. There is a low possibility that you would spend the rest of your life with someone who you wanted to grow old with. And, it goes close to nil that you will say your I-do's to the someone you love and loves you back, too.
From the moment someone says hi or even when your sights meet, magic starts to happen. (Or crap starts happening.) When you decided to exchange for your numbers, magic is winning. When you go on your dates, magic is reaching its goal. When you go for the "sleep-overs" and right after you decided to put that ring on that effin' finger, there is no magic anymore. It is reality.
When you wake up every morning, you get to see only one face. When you sleep at night, you get to sleep with only one person. When you want to do everything, you are tied with somebody. Every act and every consequence have to be considered.
And, who said about that effin' figure?
It is a study that no one ever did. I just made that all up.
But, come to think of it. It may be true.
When you choose to focus on somebody, you try to disregard everybody else.
Be careful when you choose to focus on someone, you might disregard someone meant for you.
The figure is all made up. But, you might just be part of the 90%-ish.