Real relationships are not always about lavish, elegant dinners and big shiny diamonds. Many times, the most romantic thing a person could do is trust their partner with a secret they keep from most people.
Not all secrets are created equal, and while some can help couples grow closer, some discoveries can tear them apart. Like this woman, who literally tears books apart, with her teeth, and then eats the pages. Weirdly enough, that wasn’t a deal-breaker for this open-minded guy, which leaves us with the question, what was it?
Not Into Men Anyway
Being rejected for a romantic advancement is one of these things that never stop being hurtful, no matter how old we are and how many times we've been rejected. There's something about the word "no" when it's spoken from someone else's mouth that is just offensive and insulting.
Also, one should never ever "lol" when asked on a date, as these three letters are enough to crush anyone's ego. We hope the guy found comfort in the fact it really, truly, wasn't about him.
For Crust's Sake
Is pizza romantic? We've conducted a thorough survey and we've come to the conclusion it's a controversial topic. Pizza lovers claim their heart opens up the minute they lay eyes on the tasty treat, while others won't be caught dead taking a lover to a pizza joint.
This girl is obviously of the first group, and considering the fact her date commented on her eating patterns, it was probably a good choice to devote all of her attention to the pizza.
Is love truly blind? There's a great chance it is. How else would you explain that couple we all know? We have all met at least one pair where one is a total catch and the other, well, you'd throw that one back into the sea.
His visual impairment led this guy to somehow confuse a 10.5 size foot for a dainty wonder that would comfortably fit into a size 6 shoe. Still, when you find the girl of your dreams, who cares about her shoe size?
Flirting is a great way to show someone you're into them without breaking the bank, as flirting is 100% free! Anyone who's ever been on a date or tried to communicate with someone they like knows that the early stages of a relationship can be filled with unnecessary games. Sometimes they can be flirty and fun, but other times they hurt.
What proves this point better than two people playing an actual game and ending up with one hitting the other in the face? It's the perfect metaphor for love.