Or just any random TV drama for that matters (but Korean dramas are prettier, lol). I mean... You see, I have this story to tell so prepare your popcorn and coke and sit like a good girl that you are...
I can't believe I actually do write this, lol... it's just that... I have to get it off of my chest. I went grocery shopping yesterday, and I met like the cutest manly guy I've ever seen randomly in one of the aisles. This is going to be soooo cheesy but since the first time I laid eyes on him I know I was interested in him.
Now, it doesn't mean I want to bang him right then and there but you know... I think my eyes went sparkly and I went red and I guess I felt like a 15 year old girl with a crush all over again.
It's been looooooong since the last time I actually fell for a guy, not that I fell for him already during the first few seconds I saw him, heck I didn't even know him; but as I've said, I was interested, very much, thank you.
But what are the chances of me coming up to him and start a conversation? Guess what? Zero. I mean, wait... we did converse a little. He said "excuse me," because I was standing in the middle of the aisle (and I did it intentionally, psstt...) and I said, "Ah, yeah..." and moved. HEY! At least we conversed!!!
Now this annoys me, because who was the one saying "So you have this a little tiny bit too huge crush on that guy across the room? So you want to be close to him? Where do you think staring will take you? Nowhere, yes. So move your lazy ass off and say hi to him and let the magic works."? Me. And who got chickened out when the situation happened? Yours truly, yes.
I seriously feel like kicking some tables right now, I should've been braver. Because it was clear he knew I was
stalking staring from afar, heck he even caught me off guard a few times and I was just standing there like a stupid fish with a silly face. But at the same time, the idea of coming up to him and start a conversation still sounds ridiculously absurd even until now. We're strangers for goodness sake! But then again, I was once strangers with my ex too. *starts kicking doors and flipping tables*
I mean, look... I don't know who he is, and chances are maybe he already has a girlfriend, but who cares about that? The point here is that I had proven that things are always easier said than done
and that I'm a chicken.
Now if only my life is a Korean drama, I would be given a second chance, he would find this blog and read this post and we would somehow miraculously meet again (don't ask me how, that's what happened in Korean dramas!) and ta-daahhh happily ever after.
Unfortunately, my life isn't a Korean drama, and I'm not a Korean actress, well, I'm not even a Korean in the first place.
Moral of the story is: next time you find a cute random guy whose face you think you can't take off of your mind even after 24 hours, find an excuse to talk to him, just anything; economy, politics, whatever! Just so you won't regret things. *sighs* (+_+)
p.s. and isn't it so appropriate that the grocery shop decided to play "Falling in Love at a Coffe Shop" by Landon Pigg yesterday? I mean, yeah... -I think that possibly maybe I'm falling for you...- gotta change the title to "Falling in Love at a Grocery Shop", though.