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How to Fall in Love in Three Easy Steps

By: Sambelini

Page 1, Well, obviously this is your ticket to love! Gotta read it, there are no freebies! Okay, well it IS free to read it but...JUST READ IT!

Hahaha, I found this randomly on the internet and I doubt it's even true, but it made me laugh so I thought I'd share it with you:

How To Fall In Love...

  1. Find a complete stranger.

  2. Reveal intimate details about your lives to each other for half an hour.

  3. Stare deeply into each other’s eyes without talking for four minutes.

It's that simple! 34 minutes is all it takes, once you've found your victim! So much for year long relationships, you can kiss dating goodbye because scientists have discovered a (supposedly) fool-proof short cut

Kinda makes you wonder, what can you get away with saying in these 30 minutes? How intimate must these details be?

"Hello, what's your name? I'm wanted in 26 states."

"My names Peggy, what's yours? I have 17 and a half credit cards, four of which I stole from the lady who works at the library."

"Gregory. I'll probably end up cheating on you within a week. Do you mind?"

"Not at all! I haven't showered since I turned thirteen."

"Do they still make showers? I've been living in a cave for twenty years."

"That's fine. I'm a cannibal. Do you have any relatives you don't like?"

"Not any more, but I think I've still got them in the freezer. If not, I've got twelve illigitimate children, fourteen wives, and sixy other kids. That should tide us over for a month or so."

"We're out of time! Quick look into my eyes to fulfill the prophesy!"

"Wait, where are you? Did I mention I'm blind?"

"WHAT! Ugh, this is ridiculous!"

"I'm sorry, I was busy mentioning deep, dark, intimate details. I forgot about the introductory stuff."

"That's okay. I didn't even tell you that I was a man last week."

And they all lived happily ever after.

So, anyway. That's how to fall in love! Remember, thirty minutes is a long time. You might want to write a speech before hand.

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