That Time They Thought We Were In Love

Sex is best left to those who can emotionally handle it….

This article is rated: assumption heavy. Best read with access to a boxing bag. Fiction level — how true the story is/close to actual events (out of 5): ⭐⭐⭐ ⭐

There Is Always A Physical Encounter That Starts The Assumption

Their tryst began at Frostbites on Chapel street. Much like Paul, there wasn’t anything special about this place during the mid-2000s. The only exception was the cheap drinks and a convenient location to home.

Then The Truth Comes Out

Two weeks later, their casual encounter was all that anyone could discuss. Their seemingly forgettable encounter was passionate. And we were surprised by that.

Then Comes The Harsh Dose Of Reality: Theirs, Not Ours

When I saw him at dinner a few nights later at Roman’s Cucina, he stopped his meal mid-way to come over. He marched over to my table to discuss the “issues” with my friend.

Here Begs The Question: Why Do We Make Assumptions In Relationships, Sexual Or Otherwise?

Why do we assume there is love when the word isn’t said? Why do we believe there is hate when there has only been desire?

Relationships. Drama. Gossip. Innuendo. Bad Dates. Failures. Learning about life/business/love the hard way//

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