Perfection is, broadly, a state of completeness and flawlessness.
In other words, it does not exist. So, why do most of us keep on looking for that perfect other half that will make our lives complete?
To me, the perfect man would have to resemble Nick Jonas, Matt Bomer and Adam Levine. Meaning, broad shoulders, perfect jawline, perfect teeth, great smile and a few more attributes that equal to UNREAL.
But what do we really want? Is it really the perfect mix of those silver screen hotties? Those sexy athletes that take our breath away? Or is it just the average boy that might just have at least one of our crazy unreachable expectations?
Most of us claim to be attracted to tall, dark, handsome men. But what if one day we end up infatuated by that short clumsy guy that sits at the end of the class?
I’m not talking by personal experience, but by simply curiosity. I’m a girl and I don’t know what I want. Most guys will be yelling “FINALLY” as soon as they read this. But let’s face it, I’m speaking of the truth.
Most of us really don’t know what we want. We say we do, but I, myself, have to admit that I can be more confusing and challenging than a Rubix Cube. I really have no clue of what I look for in a guy. Boys with the “bad boy” vibe really catch my eye, but the ones that are sweet and nice, even kinda nerdy, are good enough to make the cut.
I can’t deny that I wish my prince charming will come, but as Taylor Swift says “ I’m not a princess and this ain’t a fairy tale”. Disney is to blame for these crazy, prince charming ideas, that are stuck in our heads since we were kids. Girls, we must get rid of that delusional idea, and become realistic about this situation.
Prince Charming can come in rags instead of riches, as a frog instead of a handsome human being or as Prince Charming himself. Some of us need to kiss a long line of frogs until we find the one that turns into the man of our dreams. Some of us are lucky enough to find it right away. But most of us just keep on kissing those wart-covered frogs, cause we are to blinded to see that all we need might be just in front of us disguised as the discombobulated little frog.
So why have all these crazy, irrelevant expectations? Why be blind folded by the beauty or the pocket? Why not just look further and get to know people better, instead of judging only by first impressions?