The Trials and Tribulations of Falling in Love
(with a foreign exchange student).
Love is already a very complex and mysterious emotion from the very beginning. There are so many different variables and constants that you could almost look at love as a very complex mathematical equation. These equations take in to account your aspirations and qualities of yourself as a human being. The equation then would use all of this human data and plug it in and then BANG, you have so many different matches and choices. If you ever watch TV you probably have seen the eHarmony add while surfing the channels. This commercial states that one of every five relationships start out online now. I only touch on the predictability of love to then shatter this with the complete and utter uncertainty that had befallen me in my trials and tribulations of falling in love (with a foreign exchange student).
It was the first day of my junior year of high school when I met my sweetheart. You know how on the first day of school nothing gets done. Teachers can’t teach because there are no books and kids wont listen even if the teacher tried to teach something (the first week of school is usually like this). And this was exactly the case for me and the first class I had with her. At school when you’re a new person your like a new toy for everyone to play with and the kids that wanted to play with her were a bunch of dudes. But since word had gotten out about the hot new foreign exchange student everyone was trying to get a piece of her. Every guy imaginable would try and get anywhere near her because she was new and still didn’t know much about anybody so they could have a fresh start with someone. What I described here was not the case for me. We both had one of the same classes and coincidentally were paired to be in a group of our own for one of the first days we were in it. So I got to have some one on one face time with her without having to compete with anyone else...
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