Not trying to start up something, but I agree with you half-way, I know calling your girlfriend/boyfriends a soulmate stupid but some of people I know actually stays together so long and seem so happy together, that kind of people I consider soulmates. ._.
And how could you know she's not only pretty and charming but also kind? How could you know you don't like her looks, but her personality? That you love her? You couldn't. Because we like people for their good features, but we love them for their flaws.
I don't like it when people speak on my behalf. I fell in love with her the first time i saw her, and i loved her looks and her personality, everything about her made me feel like i was in heaven lol And no, we don't love people for their flaws. We tolerate people for their flaws, and that's only sometimes. If a person keeps disappointing you, you're not going to love them more and more each time. i wasn't really talking about that anyway, and I didn't even remember i wrote this comment lol
Honestly it just depends on your preferences and experiences. So if you felt that way about your girlfriend when you first saw her then good for you, I am just saying that not everyone falls in love right away sometimes you have to form some kind of a friendship/bond before you find the love behind it all.
Soulmates are like fate. A way to avoid being blamed for something. If someone is asked why they like Mr. Whoever, the response is that he's' Mr. Right', or a soulmate, just like how people say their mistakes are caused by fate, not their incompetence.
aggh. I'm one of those romantics, that believes in all this lovey dovey mumbo jumbo... While I don't think soulmates exist, I DO believe that there are people that meld together so perfectly they were meant to be together... but then those relationships usually end in tears ahahhahahahahah
FlamingHeadcaseFeatured By OwnerJun 15, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
Especially if you're 13 and think your first boyfriend is "the one" or "your soulmate". Once you start blabbing on how you're both going to get married and have kids whose sum exceeds 2, consider that relationship null and void. I've seen cat-fights erupt on the school bus between three girls arguing over who's man a certain hot guy will be. Even if one had a ring on their finger, that commitment isn't guaranteed. Key word there is commitment, so many hopeful lovers want it, so few will actually give it.
Though it is possible that two people can fall in love at first glance and it lasting a long time. The odds of that are slim, close to that of a snowball's chance in hell. And with the way the younger generations are hooking up at younger and younger ages because the whole " OMG U HAVE TO HAVE A GF OR A BF OR U'LL DIE!" Well lets just say "love at first sight" will have a snowball's chance in hell.
Though I don't believe in the "soulmates" thing, because it sounds like some predetermined destiny bullshit, I do believe in the possibility that two people can love one another for a lifetime. It's a beautiful thing and highly desired amongst humanity, but reality is a cruel mistress.