What Falling In Love Feels Like
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What Falling In Love Feels Like

Disclaimer: it's the best and worst feeling ever

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What Falling In Love Feels Like

Ah love, I promised myself to not fall in love for a long while after my first love broke my heart but it happened again.

I could end up getting hurt again if I am being realistic but I love being in love as painful falling out of it might be.

Here is how falling in love feels like:

1. Feels like petting a fluffy animal

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2. Feels like you're the only person in the world

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3. Feels like you can sing every love song perfectly in tune

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4. Feels like you're eating your favorite meal all the time

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5. Feels like you can write so much poetry and never get writer's block

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6. Feels like you can run a marathon and not be tired afterwards

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7. Feels like drinking hot cocoa and covered in blankets on a cold, rainy day

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8. Feels like you're slow dancing as if no one was watching

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9. Feels like you're weak in the knees

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10. Feels like you're on your way to a dream vacation destination

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11. Feels like you're seeing your favorite artist in concert

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12. Feels like a warm sunny day after a storm

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