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When You Finally Meet Your “Guy Complement*”

May 29, 2013
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*i.e., the almost-exact guy version of you

When you finally meet the guy who truly complements you, at first you will hate his guts from the moment that you two are formally introduced by a mutual friend one afternoon at a coffee shop, where you are chilling with this said friend. He will immediately talk to you quite candidly as if you haven’t just met, like, fourteen seconds ago. At first, you will not like how he so tactlessly scrutinizes other people, like he is some perfect human being designed to do just that – even though admittedly, you do this quite often too. But after maybe thirty minutes, you will be both amused and amazed at how directly honest and vocal he is with his opinions, even when it is in front of someone he just met. When he finally leaves you will think, wow I can actually imagine myself being good friends with him.

When you finally meet the guy who truly complements you, you will be intrigued and maybe a bit too cautious to the point of minor paranoia when it comes to him and his actual motives. You will wonder why he’s being so nice for no absolute reason by constantly offering to do you favors and stuff, even though you only met, like, a week ago. Also, is it just you or does it seems like you’ve been running into him so often in different places these days? At the back of your mind, you will think if it’s possible that he actually has a crush on you but because you don’t want to assume anything – especially when it comes to guys like him – you will shake that thought out of your head for the time being.

When you finally meet the guy who truly complements you, eventually your friends will notice the undeniable chemistry that you two have and they will tease you non-stop about it. Subtly at first, but gradually their teasing will become more and more obvious. You will do things to try to prove your friends wrong about the fact that you and the guy are so alike and compatible personality-wise, that he’s like the exact male version of you. You will do these things because deep down you know that they are right, and that’s exactly why lately they have been semi-subtly convincing you to go for him.

When you finally meet the guy who truly complements you, he can and will leave you speechless with just simple but witty one-liners. It’s not exactly because you can’t think of a decent comeback; it’s more of because he throws you the most unexpected curveballs and you think that replying right away to these curveballs might result in you embarrassing yourself unintentionally. This will annoy and frustrate you because this never happens to you, but at the same time it will also make you feel something like attraction and admiration for him for effortlessly being able to keep up with you.

When you finally meet the guy who truly complements you, he will make you question a lot of things, kind of like he’s the Damon Salvatore to your Elena Gilbert (but on a less dramatic scale, of course). Yet at the same time, there is just something about the things he says that will reassure you about a lot of things that you used to often doubt about yourself.

When you finally meet the guy who truly complements you, you will try and try to hold back any more-than-friend feelings that you have been feeling for him lately. You will realize that all these emotional attempts will be in vain. Because at the end of every day, you will never be able to deny that this guy has somehow made you feel alive in an excitingly different way that no one else has been able to do so before.

Because when you finally meet the guy who truly complements you, you will come to the conclusion that it’s about time you start being honest with your feelings so that maybe, just maybe, you can finally have a romantic shot at true happiness.

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