Why do we fall in love with some people and not others?
For instance I fell for a guy who is not your typical mainstream boyfriend, who gets many likes, who has many girls or friends or who's popular and makes stupid jokes every two seconds at which people laugh just cause he's popular. He instead is closed off, a bit suspicious, he helps you but doesn't sound as friendly, maybe kind, but not friendly. He is kind and polite but gets impulsive when sees danger or injustice. He is so damn handsome but he doesn't even realize it, not everyone has those blue eyes those golden hair that he cuts like buzzcut, he's tall and has nice shoulders and legs, not those triangular shoulder, but an athletic body and he doesn't even go to gym. He works to maintain himself and sighs often when things don't go his way.
- FoofaLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
Hmmm, your physical description actually DOES sound like most girls' idea of the "typical mainstream boyfriend". Get back to us when you're dating the asthmatic yearbook editor or the underweight AV club president.
- Anonymous1 month ago
You don’t fall. No one “falls.” People step into love. The “falling” metaphor is garbage. When loving, watch where you step.