the difference between LOVE and ATTRACTION

@orevro (716)
Philippines
June 16, 2009 10:33pm CST
a guy had a crush on this girl and he followed her wherever she goes.. 1 day the girl noticed and asked the guy, girl: "you do you keep on following me?" guy: " because you're so pretty and i think i'm falling for you" girl: " really? but you haven't sen my sister, she's prettier than me and she's behind you" the guy turned around but he saw nothing guy: " are you making fun of me? there's nobody there" girl: " no i'm not making fun of you, but if you really love me, you woundn't turn your back" comments anyone?? :)
3 responses
@vivianchen (2648)
• China
17 Jun 09
I think the lady do a right thing! And there is difference between attraction and LOVE. If you do love someone, you will stick to your plan and follow wherever he/she goes, and you will resist the temptation!That's a real man should do when the LOVE Comes!
@orevro (716)
• Philippines
17 Jun 09
thank you for your comment, have a great day:)
@bunnybon7 (33941)
• Holiday, Florida
18 Jun 09
well i guess thats kind of like a moral? hhhmmm. not really sure i understand it completely tho. usually when people point out something you look and when its not there, some say, "haha! made you look!"
@oyenkai (4399)
• Philippines
18 Jun 09
Curiosity is a human nature - actually it's the nature of any creature that displays any kind of logic in their actions. Even cats and dogs and dolphins grow curious about new things and we all tend to explore. I think that if I were the girl, I would have DEMANDED that the guy "turn around" to actually see what else is out there - even if I was only tricking him to turn his gaze away from me, if there WAS anything out there that interested him more than his interest on me, then I'd rather have him discover it as soon as possible. I wouldn't want any of us to invest on a relationship that has a rocky foundation. However, technically speaking, there isn't true love in that given situation. True love actually appears only when the people in that relationship are able to grow better as individuals and to grow as a couple. Since these two characters barely know each other (the guy doesn't even know that the girl didn't really have a sister!), it was romantic love, "falling in love" but NOT "true love". I also think that the female character in the story is full of herself. LOL! She didn't really expect the guy to NOT turn, right? He maybe in love, but he's not blind! Thanks for the response on my discussion :)