The day when you saw her the first time. The first one obviously. The second one is beautiful, smart, pleasurable and great too but we all know that thing about the first.
Well the situation usually starts with something like this:
“I love her okay!! Noone look at her until I break up with her after I get her or I am over her after I don’t. So what I do now? Oh wait I told you not to look sorry. First order cancelled. Look at her like anything but that and tell me what to do.”
Okay perhaps I am kidding, that happens with me more. Okay! Okay! just me.
Now let’s say it takes a few……okay let’s not be too subtle. Lots of moments of peril and finally you get that perfect moment where chances are greater.
Now the grand moment that all of you have been yearning for. The moment when he finally says it. Like the idiot finally stops dawdling around and ruining the climatic moments every time with a ridiculous excuse or temporary plot change.
“I love you”
“You really mean a lot to me.”
“I like you a lot.”
Whichever lines or paragraphs it may have been. Point is, it was utterly romantic. And now:
“Yes! I love you too.”
Dammit! Tears of pride and joy! Oh my god! Can you feel the happiness and hear some extremely romantic song playing?
Beautiful! A sight to see. They kiss. They cuddle. Years go by as it gets serious. Their love takes them to the next level.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you babies!
For legal purposes, they venture into the marriage court.
“Bro you have a great life. Beautiful wife, a cute kid and a happy marriage”
Okay so that was one life. Another is they break up before the next level.
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the period of enlightenment.
Either via problems or it’s on mature terms. Let’s choose the latter in the next life.
We realize that it was special irrespective of whether it’s gone or if it stayed, it was the “first time” and nothing beats it. The cough from your first sip of vodka, the first time you fell on the ground, the other first time and yes, your first kiss. The second doesn’t come close.
Now if you didn’t get her, that’s a very long, and depressing story for a day we’ll devote to crying.
P.S. If they break up like after fifteen-sixteen years of marriage, let’s just say that happens too but they both know how much of worth their first time was.