I just have to make a blog from what I saw on the phone from the man sitting beside me awhile ago in the bus. I really did not intentionally want to look at his phone but then I saw it anyway when I glanced. So this is what I saw:
“Mahal Kita… Walang pagsisisi.”
Meaning that ‘I have no regrets loving you’. You know the time when you make that face like you don’t believe what the person is saying? Well that is one of those times I made that face of doubt and unsure. Having the fact that this guy is a “middle-aged” man. (I ended up sitting next to him because I only had two options: sit beside him or sit at the back with like 5 other college boys, which will actually feel awkward for me, even though there is a cute guy)Anyway, I know that love or romantic relationships are for everyone, for the young, old, homosexuals, anthropologists and masochist. But I haven’t encounter something like this until now where in old people courtship tag lines. It seems funny. Well, I have no right to judge him. Apparently, the person who is he texting with I think is his wife? Because when I try to glance again, he was texting a person named “Mami” so I guess it was just his wife.I have watched this chick flick movie entitled “Love, Wedding and Marriage”, starring Mandy Moore and Kellan Lutz. From the title itself, its about a newly wed couple facing the first stages of Marriage. The girl (Mandy Moore) is a marriage counselor and it has been their thing to fall in love with each other every single day. I find it sweet and adorable. It’s very promising that you profess your love for someone everyday. It doesn’t only shows how much you love that one person but how much you are IN LOVE with him or her. There’s a big difference.
Anyway, whatever was the reason of the man for texting that line to his wife (or maybe it was for another woman though, just assuming) He has his reasons. You know boys can easily melt our hearts with words. Apparently, some guys are used to throwing sweet lines like this to get get a girl’s heart.
It should always be a reminder for us, girls, to see is to believe. You know, boys gotta walk the talk. Like a line from a song by Disney stars called ‘Send It On’ says “a word’s just a word till you mean what you say”. Some girls say that boys make their world go round. True but sometimes we have to be wise, you know. It’s difficult to believe in something that is not actually genuine. After falling for that trap (lies), the girl gets her heart broken, cries for days, hates guys but goes on to the same process of hoping and believing. Like, stupid (sorry). Boys think that they can easily manipulate girls (well, I can’t blame the female gender for having such soft hearts) but c’mon let’s set some standards, girls!