When we write things down, we’re in a different state of mind. Whether we want to share our writing, or whether we’re confused or wishfully express, we choose to right things down for some reason.


Later that day…
"There was some kind of power generator… The bars should have been a warning, but there were frogs!"

(David seeing a power generator in a park that was flooded. It had been raining a lot, and he and his cousin found some frogs there. The squeezed through the bars to catch some. I amazed he’s still alive to brag about it.)


Anyway, here’s a question for you. If love at first sight exists, is it based purely on physical appearance?


5 thoughts on “Writing

  1. Derrick says:

    hah why do you think they call it love at first sight?but then again if you take "physical" to mean "due to the laws of physics"…haha well i respect your faith.

  2. John says:

    I’ve thought about it and here are my results. It’s based on some combination of:Clothes + hair (how they present themselves to the world), figure.How they hold themselves. It says a lot about a person.What they’re doing. Actions are a reflection of character.Eyes. These are probably the biggest ones.Smile? Oh yes, smile. I’m not sure why, but remembering it still makes my heart flutter. Who was that girl on the train??

  3. Korelee says:

    Personally I believe that we find love at first sight due to when our body decides it is ready to find another, and releases its pheromones (no chance in hell i spelt that right i think) and that others get attracted to these pheromones and our own body decides they like the others pheromones.

  4. John says:

    Pheromone was spelt correctly. I’d never heard of that word until you just said it o.OPheromone: A chemical secreted by an animal, especially an insect, that influences
    the behavior or development of others of the same species, often
    functioning as an attractant of the opposite
    sex.Do we secrete such things?

  5. Derrick says:

    we do secrete those things. just that they’re smart enough to work subconsciously. otherwise we’d understand why we fell in love, and a lot of magic and wonderful poetry would never have existed in the first place.
    but then again a lot of abuse and pain would never have existed.
    balance, that’s what the zen masters sought.

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