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Lookin For Love Essay

558 words - 2 pages

Finding your ideal mate is hard stuff. We wander our lives searching for the "right one". Some people may be searching for a person without even knowing what they are looking for, and some may be chasing the wrong person. There are things one must realize when searching for the ideal mate. When looking for an ideal mate, one must have hope, look for realistic traits, and feel comfortable around him or her.First, you must realize your ideal mate is somewhere out there. He or she may be your next door neighbor, a co-worker, or someone you will meet in an elevator months from now. You may realize he is your ideal mate the instant you meet him or it may take several weeks, months, or years to realize. In fact, you may even hate his guts, and then grow to love him. Let's use Harry and Sally from the movie, When Harry Met Sally as an example. Sally first met Harry while they were on a road trip moving to New York. Almost the moment they met, they knew (well Sally knew) they didn't like each other much. For instance, Harry realizes that Sally is an annoyingly picky person. Sally realizes at times, Harry is a womanizer. It took them almost twelve years to recognize that they were meant to be. Throughout the twelve years they have known each other, there has been little conflicts. But after each conflict, they learn a little more each other. They accept each other's faults, and even love each other for them.Another mistake some people tend to make is they look for unrealistic qualities. Do not be fooled into thinking...

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