Life is all about those insignificant little moments that are actually awesome but you don’t want to admit to people how cool it is. Like when you Tinder match with a gorgeous young Asian girl in her 20s (you’re totally hot for Asians) and when you ask her what qualities make her dizzy in a man, what she describes is basically you. Yeah this just happened to me, I’m so happy I can hardly concentrate on my work, to be honest. But I don’t want to admit to the girl that it’s a big deal, gotta play it cool like it ain’t no thang, y’know? The last thing I want is for her to find out that this doesn’t happen to me on a regular basis.
So yeah, they’re little moments. Not life-changing, pivotal points in your life, you won’t remember it a week from now. And yet, it’s an absolutely magical feeling. That’s what I mean by little moments, big magic.
The fact that they’re little means, you need to have lots of them. If you only have these every now and again you have a super dull life. Big moments can be rare, like getting married – you probably only want to do that once or twice in a lifetime, half a dozen times max.
As for this cute Asian girl, I asked her out on a date, and she’s taking like half an hour between texts. I told her I was free tomorrow night, half an hour later she said she wasn’t. I ask when she is free, half an hour later she says Sunday… and so on. ARRRGH. That’s why it’s good to get a date as quickly as possible, texting is just plain boring sometimes.
I eventually did arrange the date, but it took a long time to organise. Like, a very long time. We’ll find out on Sunday whether its worth it or not, but I think it will be. She’s stunningly hot, Christian, but not too prude – she was very forward, not wanting to talk about drama and acting like I started off but getting straight to the point of why I was attracted to Asian girls. So she’s Christian, but she’s sexual. I love it, that’s a great balance. Let’s see where this leads!