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Modern Romance (one)
How does one find love in this day and age? The world is so corrupted that people don’t even know what love is! They lost all sense of romance and chivalry. You ask a guy if he wants to get married and the most common answer is “I don’t believe in marriage” WHAT? And those who do believe in marriage don’t believe in the sanctity of it. I mean come on! If marriage is no longer “the thing people do when they are in love” then what is, what do we have left? Even a relationship is a step that some might not take, “I’m just not ready for anything serious right now ok” or “I’m not ready to commit, I just think that relationships are too much to handle, I need privacy” Really, privacy? What we did last night wasn’t private huh? Well ladies life has gotten harder for us. Women are no longer settled with their husband and kids by the age of thirty anymore, I mean that is so 60’s right? But don’t you wish you were in the sixty’s to experience what we call respect and honor? (Well of course minus everything else that followed during that time.) I know I would. Guys these days are disrespectful, manipulating and very disappointing. Everywhere you turn there’s a single mother. If you find that one guy who treats you like a queen and like the woman you know you are, please, keep him. It’s best to stay out of this thing I call “The Hunt” which is the process of finding a man, a good man.
I have been hunting since I was 12. Mr. Right was always right outside my window, I just had to catch him. Well as you know hunting is a relaxing, yet mind-racking sport. To catch the prey, you must follow his every move without being seen, get acquainted with the surrounding and most importantly know the game well and outsmart his every move. You have to be subtle, and patient but most importantly you MUST always be a step ahead. You keep hoping he will stay interested or linger around long enough for you to take your shot and hopefully bring him home forever. Yes, It is a difficult sport but this is just a regular day in the 21st century.