I think that it is natural that you can fall in love at first sight, but the more important question is whether this kind of love lasts for long? Whether it will stand the test of time?
The better question to ask is what kind of love lasts for ever?
I think you can be attracted to someone on first sight, but not love someone.
For example you may meet someone and think you love them at first sight, but you don't really know all about them. They could pick their nose for example and you may really hate that.
I know that was a poor example but you get me right?!
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by Ramphil Basco 6 years ago
Do you believe in Love at First sight? Or in second sight?
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It's not my place to "hope" what I wish would happen is anything anyone pays attention to; but every once in awhile there will be some really, really, ugly thread that it's posted by some nut-case or else posted to stir things up.I'm not talking about some of the silliness and wackiness...
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