Matchmaker InYou?

Jamaica
May 3, 2008 4:49pm CST
Suppose you know two people who, in your opinion would make a great couple. Would you meddle in their lives and try to set them up?
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• Canada
3 May 08
absolutely! who knows if you don't try right? my younger sister and her husband were set up that way. they have a mutual friend who thought they would be a great match. they were both relunctant to the idea, but finally decided to meet. and they've been married for 2 and 1/2 years now. so it is possible. yeah, maybe it won't work out, but just maybe it will!
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3 May 08
I dont think i'll set them up ..
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@dmillman (2273)
• United States
3 May 08
For me, it would depend on the two people involved in the possible matchmaking. How well do I know them? Would they even be receptive to such a suggestion? So on and so forth......
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3 May 08
lol..no..never..
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• Romania
4 May 08
Maybe, if they really make a great couple, and they are good friends with me :)
• Philippines
4 May 08
Well.. first things first, I wouldn't really call it 'meddling' haha. Sounds too harsh. But if I sincerely think that they'd be good for each other, then I'll definitely find little ways to get them talking or something. I guess we all have a little Cupid in us, you know, that itchy feel to see everyone around us find their 'true love', which in turn gives us that tingling sensation (we call it 'kilig' here in the Philippines). Lolz. Sadly though, most matchmakers spend so much time matching everyone only to find out in the end that they're the ones without someone to love and hold to. Aww.. Lolz. Either way, I personally believe that if it's meant to be, then it will come. So matchmaker or no matchmaker, things are bound to happen. Bless us! xoxo, ajhie!