whats your 'wow' factor?

@cher913 (25893)
Canada
July 13, 2007 7:04am CST
What makes you say WOW? It could be a place like a waterfall or a person or an event like a wedding... for me, its another person and when i look at him, he makes me say wow...its hard to believe that he cares for me as much as he does... how about you?
2 responses
• Sweden
13 Jul 07
I have two thinks that make my go WOW!First is my girlfriend sushicook, because I can understand what a girl like that sees in a guy like me, and she cares for me, and she thinks like me and we like the same things. She is just the best so how could I not go WOW. The second is my other two bestfriends Animejosse and the guy that will be know as Teru. Now Teru has been my bestfriend for over 7 years now and he is the best kind of guy ever. He is fun to hang around with, he like me trains martial arts. he is just a hell of a guy. He makes me go WOW because I can't belive I have sush a good friend Animejosse is also our friend but she is sushicooks best friend and has been for more then 7 years aswell. In our little group she is called Osa so I will say that instead. Osa is so fun to talk to and hang with,and she is the second most beautiful girl in the world (beaten only by my sushicook), so yet again I can't belive my luck:D. She makes me go Wow since she like the other two is totaly amazing. that and she lets me hug and cuddle with her:D Okay so it's three things so sue me
• Sweden
13 Jul 07
My spelling is bad. I meant to say: "I have two things that make me go WOW" and "Because I can't understand what a girl like that sees in a guy like me"
@Sushicook (691)
• Sweden
13 Jul 07
My boyfriend Meatballsurgery makes me go wow every day... the way he looks, the way he keeps on surprising me with hidden, wonderful sides of himself and his neverending care and kindness. Nature also makes me go wow, especially something that you see all the time but never take notice of. How the light sifts through the leaves of a tree, cloud formations, the many colors of the sky when the sun is setting, or the deep shades of green after a long period of rain.