Re: Do you believe there is someone for every person?
Collingwood Nick wrote:
Going back to romance and the 'love of your life', Johnny Galeki (sp?) said in an interview recently that he considered Penny and Leonard to be the 'love of each other's lives', which just goes to show how deeply ingrained this fantasy of the 'one special person' is. If Big Bang was real, they would never have hooked up, it would have been months of awkward greetings in the hallway and if he was lucky he would have ended up in her 'special friend' zone where he gets to listen to her talk about her mean boyfriends. Because that is the real world.
Statistically there may be many potential partners out there with greater or lesser degrees of compatibility with you. The size of the pool of potential partners would depend on personality and looks and money and all of those other things that people pretend don't matter, but really do.
I hope you don't take it personally when I say that's absolute nonsense.
Is this where we come in?