Most people struggle with relationships, wondering if their partners love them, or if they’re being faithful. However, a local narcissist has expressed his disbelief that people would accept this as an accurate picture of true romance. Mostly because he’s been involved in a long, passionate relationship with himself.
“I admit I was a bit apprehensive and anxious about the St. Valentine’s day present, although as I was sure my other self will buy me exactly the same thing,” he said. “It wasn’t easy to choose an appropriate gift since we’ve been involved for as long as I can remember. We’ve spent so many St. Valentine's days together, it’s hard to keep a track.”
“I decided to play it safe and go for chocolate and flowers. Not very innovative or funky, yet there is something profoundly romantic in this simple and old-fashioned way of showing your other self how much you care.”
“When the moment came, I stood up to face my significant other in a mirror. As I reached out to give him a present, I simultaneously pretended to be delighted and surprised that he was giving me exactly the same present. We both sat down and opened them, then simultaneously said “Oh, you shouldn’t have bothered”.”
“I’m sharing this so desperate people out there can start believing true love really exists.”
“Thinking and acting as one, being one, that’s how you’d know it’s the real thing.”