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"In search of that feeling"

Love is everywhere - people getting engaged , people getting married >>> but it is lost in my life ...
I remember a time when the most motivating word for me was "love" ... I would do all those crazy things ...
Today when I look back at those things , I laugh at them ...

In search of that feeling , I watched many romantic flicks but in vain ... In fact I am not having that patience to watch a romantic movie in one go ...
I am seriously getting concerned of myself .... Because of this weird feeling I am not responding to the interested girls for wedding ...

There is one thing I am loving -  the extension of my Bachelor days.. The freedom of living my own life ...

What you guys say of my problem ???


Stop jerking off too much and you will get "that" feeling. LOL!
@ Raj,
You need to decide whether you want to get married or not.
Maybe you've lost that feeling because you haven't met the right girl yet. All the best and never forget, we're all in the same boat!

@ Mann,
I think you should take that advice too! Haha haha, trust you to come up with that one!

raj alakshendra said…
"we're all in the same boat".. hahaha ... the boat is going to sink as there r many of us :D

& I still fear marriage ...

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