I had ample opportunity to fall in love, but did not have the guts, thinking if I fall I would get hurt, fatally. Why talk about that now?
Well, romance is an interesting subject. And when it does not concern me, I can be open, right?
This boy was flirting with that girl for three years. Suddenly, I get an
invitation for wedding. Only the name of the girl was different. Both of them were very close to me. The dejected girl has remained single for many years now. She’s so beautiful and humble, like all other friends of mine, especially you. (If you are a “He,” change the adjectives to handsome and humble).
I am sure each one of you has come across cases of people bruised by jilted lovers. Am I against love marriage? No, I am just wondering.
My friend mentioned, with figures, the increasing number of broken marriages. Mind boggling, boss. Of course, there are the successful ones too. We will discuss that later.
BTW, did I tell you about the “sister” trick? Just in a lighter vein. When a new girl entered our office, my colleagues, surprisingly often female colleagues, would prod me, “Is she your sister or exception?” If she’s pretty, she is an exception, if not, she’s my sister. One day, this girl SA (now woman) entered office. I promptly declared her “sister.” All the colleagues giggled and told her, “He is calling you sister.” She blushed and replied innocently, “Hey, I do not like these emotional touches ya.” Later, when she heard the real reason, she chased me up to the door with a “You croooookkkk.”
Conclusion? Nothing. Love is blind. This subject has no answer. You fall in love with someone and marry later, or marry and then fall in love. That’s none of my business. But as you happen to be my best friend, I can tell you: “For one to have peace, there is no alternative to loyalty, transparency and commitment from both parties.”