- Girl: Do you know? I spent a lifetime learning one thing. Possession is the beginning of losing it. But in the end I still couldn't learn. I can't accept. Having youth is actually the beginning of losing youth. Having a marriage is actually the beginning of losing the marriage. Having reputation, actually, it can also be lost. Having wealth is also the same. Health is also the same. Even, raising a dog is the same. Possessing love... Oh God! Losing a loved one is even harder to accept. Why is it that everything I pursue in life, I actually start losing it, as soon as I gain possession of it! If I never have it... Then I won't have anything to lose, isn't it right?
- Boy: Now, do you know... the reason why... I don't love you?
- Girl: Because possession...
- Boy: ...is the beginning of losing it.
Of course, it would be loads of awesome if that is really possible, a man and a woman being just best friends without any hidden agendas or feelings from either side. It’s a fantasy. A fictitious notion we girls have and some guys too, that we would like to be true, but we all know that only ever happens in movies or books for that matter. Yes, a boy and a girl could be friends but not the kind, whom you can say everything and anything to, someone who’ll be there for you, all gentlemanly and protective because, that would be a different kind of friend. And if ever you have that, think hard, ‘cause maybe you you’re friend-zoning a guy who’s totally pinning for you and you’re to rigid to realize.
But!!!!! This could totally, totally, happen! If said guy is gay and would never in a million years like to make out with you or fuck you.
Am I the only one who wishes they have a completely platonic friendship with someone of the opposite sex, whom you can tell everything to, kind of like a big brother and a best friend rolled in into one?
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