I really really really really really really like you
Shared by Kimberly Ho
Love; a wildly misunderstood although highly desirable malfunction of the heart which weakens the brain, causes eyes to sparkle, cheeks to glow, blood pressure to rise and the lips to pucker.
Your heart’s pounding, you’re flush with excitement and giddy with anticipation. You jump every time your smartphone pings you with a text, hoping it’s from them. You can’t focus on your work. You’ve lost your appetite for food because you’re reminiscing about how delicious it feels to be in their arms.
Nobody gets you the way they do. The connection you feel with them is out of this world. It’s as if you’ve known each other your entire life. You can barely stand to be apart.
You have no qualms announcing your good news to your friends and family; you’ve finally found the one!
Along with the dizzying heights, there are the terrifying lows, too. They forget to call and you’re anxious. They are in a bad mood and you obsess over whether it’s your fault. They express their doubts about the relationship and you’re in agony for days.
In spite of the occasional pain and uncertainty, the sheer magnitude of emotion just proves how much you love each other; or so you believe.
If this isn’t real love, what is? Right?
Maybe not because it’s way too soon, I know this isn’t love
But I need to tell you something,
I really really really really really really like you.
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