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What was your first memory of love?

  1. Vishaaa profile image80
    Vishaaaposted 6 years ago

    What was your first memory of love?

    turn back... could you recall?

    https://usercontent2.hubstatic.com/5817801_f260.jpg

  2. nicregi profile image76
    nicregiposted 6 years ago

    Definitely I could. Remember those days of funny etc etc smile Some things just will stay deep inside us.

  3. vox vocis profile image84
    vox vocisposted 6 years ago

    Elementary school, first four grades. He was sitting in the bench in front me, had sweet little dimples when he smiled. I used to get all red when he turned back to ask me something (and that was rare) LOL

  4. findawayormakeone profile image69
    findawayormakeoneposted 6 years ago

    I was in the second grade--Lemar R. (I'll call him). He was amazing. Extremely cool, very handsome, so popular. The day he said my name for the first time during recess, I was in love. Undeniably.

  5. prashantpujan profile image70
    prashantpujanposted 6 years ago

    I spent the whole night at her place celebrating her birthday....the day is still so unforgettable

  6. NiaLee profile image61
    NiaLeeposted 6 years ago

    handsome blue eyed boy asked me to be his girlfriend when I was fourteen, I was not allowed to date and way too shy, so I shooed him. Then I kept on dreaming that he would call me for a while. Every time I saw an eagle or heard "Hotel California" I thought about him because he had a denim jacket with that embroidery on it.
    This is so sweet and innocent and so characteristic of the myth of love.

  7. carolinemd21 profile image84
    carolinemd21posted 6 years ago

    1st grade the boy always made me laugh especially when I was sad. He would go out of his way to make me smile.

  8. Jyoti Patil profile image66
    Jyoti Patilposted 6 years ago

    meeting my first love after 5 years since separation and then kissing for the first time after knowing him for 15 years.

  9. juiwei2000 profile image59
    juiwei2000posted 6 years ago

    Ha ha, funnyt story, I had a girl friend for a few weeks, when I was in second grade, looking back to my childhood now, I never consider that as a "real relationship", so I never refer to her as my first girl friend, because in my opinion, it doesn't count and she is never a "real girlfriend".  Anyway, a few month ago, I met a girl while, hanging with some of my mates, in a bar and this girl I just met, turns out to be my second grade girl friend for 2 weeks and she actually consider that as a real relationship and say I was her first boy friend "Real boy friend" and the first person she been in a relationship with "real relationship" and I was just looking at her and say "Dud, that was second grade, how the hell does that even count?"  (plus it was a sucky one for her too, I chase her around the play ground for one whole week and after she became my girl friend, I got bord of her after two days and ran away.)But now reading some the comments here, I guess most girls literally considering those childhood stuff in the play ground, really to be a past boy friend, so I guess that one I met in second grade, is not the only one that is like this, but man it is wierd I mean "IT WAS EIGHT YEARS OLD, IT DOESN'T COUNT!!!"

  10. edhan profile image61
    edhanposted 6 years ago

    When I was in Primary 6. It was my school teacher and it was the first time I felt love but unfortunately she was already married.

    I had my true first love in Secondary school and lasted about 4 years. Though it did not end up in marriage but it was memorable at that time. Love is something wonderful and hard to describe in words.

    It is a kind of expression within and it will glow when you are in love.

 
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