I want a relationship but am waiting for someone I click with right away. Someone who I immediately feel comfortable with and don't feel a need to impress them. I want me and someone to just like each other and not have to worry about the bs that comes along with dating. Not worry about how we are supposed to proceed but just enjoy each other's company. I just want to end up spending more and more time with someone and we end up realizing we like each other. Can this even happen? I feel like a stupid kid waiting to meet the perfect person. I don't want perfection just someone that I naturally connect with. Is this really or am I being stupid? Should I just pick a random cute girl and be her boyfriend or wait for the person I click with?
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What you want is not unrealistic at all. I have instantly clicked with many people and hung out with them or talked with them so frequently that we did realize we had feelings for one another. There were some that took some time for me to realize my feelings.
Sometimes an instant click is not always what you'll get. I've had other times where there were people who I either didn't like or was not interested in at all or didn't really care to get to know them, but once I did, then I fell for them.
With my best guy friend, we had an instant click. Now, I am not saying that I have feelings for him nor does he for me, but we constantly get told that we should date or are asked if we already are. Many people including my girl best friend and my best guy friend think that I may be crushing on him because of the way I am around him or the fact that I get jealous when he flirts with this one girl, and I'll admit that I've pondered over whether I do like him too, but I really don't believe so. Many of my friends, family members and even my bus driver 😂😂😂 thinks that he likes me too, but I really doubt that. I don't believe we will end up together, but really, who knows what the future has in store for our relationship with each other.
I hope you do find what you are looking for. It's not impossible.1