Yep, I was over on the Naked Redhead AGAIN and I read this article about how people women have unrealistic or inaccurate expections of what they are looking for in their perfect partner man. I remember a girl I used to know remember Esther? She exchanged this with a friend who had done the same. Now, I thought the reason for this was so that when she fell for a man that so wildly differed from these traits, she could examine this effigy and realise that all her preconceived ideas were unfounded. Over the years my idea of the ideal man has changed drastically. I thought what I wanted was all rolled up in to what he did; his job, his interests, his musical tastes, the clothes he wore, but at this point in my life, I realised that what I want from a partner is a lot less tangible.
This story revolves around the cold and icy "male god" professor Zhang Si Nian and the calm and sunny Yun Shu. After a fractious first meeting, where Yun Shu dressed down the especially finicky Si Nian, she was shocked to find out that he was her university lecturer. Through a series of coincidental encounters, the two agreed to engage in a contractual marriage. As the feelings between them grow, how will they keep their relationship a secret from those around them? Edit Translation.
After all, you deserve nothing less, right? How could you become intimate with someone who nervously talks about themselves too much or agrees to split the bill on the first date? It is almost as though, in waiting for that elusive spark to appear, we are actively discounting potentially compatible people because we believe that we know the combination of attributes required in a person in order for the lightening to strike. But have you stopped to really consider the person you are so readily sending to the relationship sin bin?
When we meet someone new that we really like, we tend to see things with rose-colored glasses. Everyone is on their best behavior, sparks are flying and butterflies have taken over your stomach. Then when that all wears off, what is left? I can remember it like it was yesterday, yup, I dated a cheater! After frequenting the local restaurants and clubs which were slim to none, let me tell you , I met a guy who seemed to hold my attention longer than 5 seconds.