Agreed(yes, I’m kind of agreeing with myself. So what? Who cares?). In the former, the spark has already occured so then it’s just a matter of seeing how hot you can get it to burn. As for the the latter, going on a date in hopes of a “spark” occuring, you’re like two people frantically trying to get a camp fire started with whatever materials you can find. Wait…I’VE DISCOVERED THAT DATING IS JUST LIKE BUILDING A FIRE! I smell book deal!!!
Always the best kind of date is the former (in my humble opinion). -RS
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- section9 said: Maybe it happens easier for others, but I can only think of a few times when I’ve gone on a date and felt a spark. If that was how I judged every date, I’d be constantly disappointed.
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