- Yes36% (16)44% (18)40% (34)Vote
- No64% (29)56% (23)60% (52)Vote
Most Helpful Guy
It happens. I know a couple who met and got married two weeks later. They are still married after 30-40 years. The clincher is that neither one spoke the others language when they met and got married. No it wasn't an arranged marriage, mail order bride, or anything like that. They were just two strangers who met.
Words like love and infatuation are hard to define, if not impossible. But however they are defined, it does and can happen. You could argue all you want about whether something is love or infatuation. It's just semantics. But if it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and feels like a duck, then it's probably a duck.0
Most Helpful Girl
I believe "love at first sight" is just infatuation.
Because love is something that takes time to developed.
You can love someones looks but if you see them and think you love them theeen chances are you like there looks or maybe there seems like a connection by looking at them but that's not love.
Let's say you see someone, you two gaze in each others eyes then BAM you tell your friends that it was love at first sight. Then you two see each other again, this time you two talk and you find out that he is completely different then what you thought he would be like. Now you don't even want to be near him. But it was love at first sight! How could he NOT be a prince Charming?
That is just an example of why I do not believe in "love at first sight".
I used to believe in it and thought that I had love at first sight. I still like the guy and I'm getting to know him but I don't love him yet and I don't think he likes me. But he seems like he would be better as a friend.
Hope this helped :)0