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    dots Submission Name: Singular Couples Part 1dots

    Author: BlueHeart
    ASL Info:    14/M/NY
    Elite Ratio:    2.85 - 14/24/19
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    Class/Type: Misc/Love
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    dotsSingular Couples Part 1dots

    "How do you feel................about soulmates?" -Dan

    "Soulmates... What do I think about soulmates?

    Well... I think soul mates are one in a billion. And it is. Your soul mate is the one you are willing to give everything to. The one that is just like you, but a different gender. The could also be the same gender, but that's only if you're gay or lesbian.
    The person likes everything you do. The same color, the same foods, the same TV shows. And most of all cares about you more than you care about him/her. And you can also have a soulmate that doesn't have the same feelings for you. It's just a matter of knowing you want to spend the rest of your life with that person and that you want to do everything with that person. I believe in soul mates. I think I found mine but he doesn't like girls" -Sophie

    Soulmates...... you just want to be with the one that makes you laugh. The one that lets you cry, and even supports it. The one that listens, the one that's always there for you.

    I love to argue and that's why most of the time my best friends are people who share opposite views from me. Some of my friends don't like coffee, but if you've read my previous blog you'll find I like it, in fact need coffee - to survive.
    But they're only friends, and though I love them they're not soulmates. I began my journey to find a 'soulmate' about a year ago. There's a difference that I see, you know between couples and single people. The couples all gather together go to parties together, and they feel very uncomfortable around single people. If a single person goes to a couples party, what are they to do there? It's not like they can just hang out, watch people make out, and then get out. Key word of that sentence is out, in case you didn't notice. They want you out, and gone. For some reason single people, no matter how cheery, happy, and energetic they may be, always bring couples down.
    And you know, it's not like it's our fault, we're single and can't really help it. Just because we can't find a soulmate doesn't mean we can't have a good time.
    The human path in life, seems to be to find a partner. Everybody is always looking even if they say they're not. I said I wasn't looking, and look at me, I'm still the same guy with the same eyes. And that's just it. Sex. Sex is everywhere around us, no matter how hard to try to block it from your mind it somehow enters the everyday lifestyle that we pursue day in and day out. See, couples don't have to worry about this, they have that someone that pertains to their sex life. But, single people are always thinking about love, relationships, sex. It's constantly on their mind, like some kind of mosquito that just won't go away.
    And if you're a couple and have single friends, don't you pity them? You think to yourself "Just think how that is, not having someone to care for you always" . And then just think of what the single person is thinking of "Just think how that is, having someone to care for you always".
    And that's the differences between couples and single people. Couples are always thinking about what they have, and single people are always thinking about what they don't have, and what they want. The truth is, though, that single people have a lot more than couples do.
    In a relationship you constantly have to compromise everything. Give up a few things, take up a few things. But when you're single, you're basically free, no ball and chain. You can do whatever you feel like doing, whatever you want. Yet, we don't realize this until we make a relationship with somebody. You realize that you have to give up things. And here in lies the dilemna. Remember your single friends? They're gone. You can't stand to be around them, it's just so depressing that they don't have anyone. Sure, you still hang out together, and do things together, but they know and you know it's not the same.
    And that's when you find your self thinking
    "How do they live? How did I live?" . You don't know, you just care about that person you're with, that soul mate of yours. The person who completely matches you in every aspect, in every way possible. You think the soul mate makes your life perfect, don't you? It's complete, you can die. But, what happens if that soul mate leaves?

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