I was talking to a classmate of mine, who just made me think how guys and girls see the world so much differently. Now I have a faint idea why they say Men are from Mars, and Women are from Venus.
So, it started with the fact that people say by the time you’re 18, you would’ve fallen in love. I can prove that wrong.I’m 18, and I love my parents and friends, but I haven't yet fallen in the L-word. One wish that I wish everyday other than “Please god, give good health to my parents” is “Please god, let me fall in love.” I so want to fall head over heels for someone, to see how the world looks when one is love. Of course the world even now looks like an amazing lovely place to me, but I just have this curiosity.
Anyhow, so this guy was saying how he had a serious girlfriend whom he loves, and even she loves him. And that they are going to get married and have a “dhiriulhun”, but he had side bitun. which seemed so unoriginal to me. I thought people keep changing relationships because they haven't yet found their prince charming. But now I am convinced that even when the prince gets the princess, they don’t live happily ever after. Even though I believe in fairytales, I’m now supposed to believe that they might not even exist in reality. The prince doesn't marry her, but keeps her as like a “reserve” as we say in accounting terms and well, looks for more peasants to have a relationship with. It’s just so weird and ridiculous.
And they say we girls expect too much.
I’m not sure what to think now. What if even I find my Ron, he’d still be mine, but he would still be having relationships with Lavenders?
That being said, guys are much complicated than they say. At least we girls know we are expensive, we gossip a lot, we are complicated, we say something, but mean another.We don’t pretend to be a simpleton. Not all girls are clumsy, dumb, stupid, anti-feminist Bella Swan’s.