The legend of the red thread of fate. It speaks of two people who are destined for each other that are connected by an invisible red thread by their pinky or ankle depending on who tells the tale. The thread can tangle but it cannot break. It's a cooler version of the western idea of soul mates.
Err, it's a character in a Tolstoi novel, in whom I felt I shared a bit of a likeness. Sadly, I was still in the process of reading the book when I chose it, and thus unaware that 'Levin' would go through a spiritual enlightenment culminating in his conversion to Christianity; thus taunting me and ruining what until that point was a reasonable book.
Can't remember where I got it, but I must of read it somewhere. I'm not creative enough to come up with something like that on my own
I used to like it because it gave me a little chuckle, but lately I've been thinking about changing it. It's kind of juvenile and I'm getting a bit tired of it, but then again I have no idea what I'd change it to.