“The roller coaster of falling in love”
During our life most of us experience falling in love and riding a roller coaster. When you think about they are both very similar but yet have some differences: you get butterflies in your stomach, they are exciting, scaring, have their ups and downs, and sudden turns along the way. However, there are some very unique differences: you don’t have to pay to fall in love, falling in love involves two people not a cart full, anyone can fall in love, but you have to be a certain height or weight to ride a roller coaster, you can’t put on the brakes on a roller coaster, but you can when falling in love, & unlike falling in love you want a roller coaster to eventually end, when falling in love you want it to last forever. You have been hearing all these rants and raves from your friends and reading reviews about this crazy roller coaster saying; “It is scary don’t ride it, it is fun you have to ride it at least once.” This is just like falling in love; you want to experience it, you can’t wait, you hear your friends who have fallen in love before talk about it, “Don’t do it it’s a trap, It is so great, It is the best feeling in the world, no other feeling you can feel compares to it.” When the time comes to ride the roller coaster you must first buy your pass to ride it. Falling in love you don’t have to pay for a pass. At the beginning of a roller coaster, everyone is standing in line, waiting for the previous riders to get off and to hop on one of their seats, you become so impatient standing there waiting and waiting, you just want to experience the ride already. This is just like falling in love; you are so impatient waiting to meet that special someone, and when you do you get so excited and want to get to know every little detail about them. When you are standing in line, butterflies start to come to your stomach, you are starting to get a little nervous, but yet you are so excited. When you are falling in love and...
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