Sunday, September 4, 2011

People always say that "Great things come when you least expect it".

Just like love/relationship.

The more you put yourself out there to go searching for it, the more disappointed you will get when the outcome is not what you have wanted.

At the end of the day, you blame yourself until you are tired of, and then you started blaming him for all of the problems occurred.

So, given a choice, would you still continue the quest on your own till you find the perfect one or you will actually take into consideration dating a friend's friend ?

It's obviously a catalogue of men to choose from. All from the different cliques, and pretty sure that there will be one or two guy that will get click with us.

Take the chance, break the ego and step out of the comfort zone ?

I know it's just like another typical match-making process, but then what if that guy actually used to like your friend in the first place first ?

Oh my, do we accept the kind deed from our dear friend ?


J-boy said...

Hmm i think if a friend wants to set you up with another friend, then why not go for it right?

if the date doesn't go well, at least you made a new friend :)

Danny said...

if both of u got the feeling for each other.. who cares about what happened before? :)

chaiminhuei said...

If it happens, it happens. It is almost impossible to get someone perfectly clean from their past (not talking about AIDS, haha).

But don't sacrifice yourself, keep your identity secure and stay true to yourself. :)

Vincent~ said...

ditto the above, we should really care abt the past, well... if the past is too murky then second thoughts may b needed. =/ but the bar of limits should b higher in this circle lolx

Mr ET said...

万法自然. Tat what you meant in the first line. If you haven gone gaga over someone, maybe, it is good not to expect much. If your fren try to match make you, if you feel there is hope, why not follow the flow? Past is past, taking a break from searching for you happiness after long time doing so, might strike you with a new one.

Chen Xing said...

@J-boy: Well, I'll just have to wait and see who this dear friend of mine will introduce to me.

If I am drawn to it, definitely will give it a shot.

@Danny: Correct. But then I am just afraid that I am the second option to him.


@chaiminhuei: Yup. Sometimes, just can't force it if it's not developing.

@Vincent~: True. That is why I really need to go all out there and mingle around with different kind of people. Hehe..

Thanks for dropping by my blog.

@Whizkid: Err...I don't really know how to read Chinese.


But then again, I will take a moment to think through the good and the bad before engaging to my friend's kind deed.