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Godly hour tring

29 Dec 2008 Author Dangkhar

A story told by my friend when he was in love with a woman and my advice to him. The story goes………

A whirlwind courtship is one thing but qualm can be something during the whirlwind courtship. Does these two go hand-in-hand? I suppose when you are in love with someone, both the players can develop a sense of togetherness and according to Russian proverb "Jealousy and love are sisters".

His heart skips a beat when he is with my dream girl. But his heart skips more than few beats when her phone goes tring tring. She picks up her phone and a soft hello and then few words murmuring in her mother tongue that sounds Greek to him makes him more like a curious cat. The whole ordeal fills him with anxiety and gets to torment him. Is it simply because he don't understand a word or he is just being obnoxious – curiosity kills the cat. It is weird when he does not understand what she is talking about and most interestingly with whom.

She tells him … oh it was call from her old friends who admired her but there is nothing going on in between the two of them. Amazingly, the curiosity jumps higher when the caller calls her again and again in wee hours….tring tring…. My advise to him was please count your heart beats and ask her for her honest response. I told him that according to studies it shows that either the strange call means that he loves her or they admire each other to accept his calls in godly hours. If they were just friends then he would not call her in godly hours. I suppose when you are in love with someone, both the players can develop a sense of togetherness and according to Russian proverb "Jealousy and love are sisters".

One response to “Godly hour tring”

  1. Luzee says:

    Right, it happens.

    Often I get calls from my male-friends [assume as admirers] when I am with my boyfriend and he asks, "Who was it?" I tell him, "This and this…" But I am honest. Nothing really to hide, I have always told him in and out of my life and he knows for sure why that person/s called.

    "Why must you talk?" he inquires with disapproving grin. I say, "Anything wrong? We are still friends!" And that pisses the grit out of him.

    Well, for we women, we tend to believe friends can exist in all shapes and forms where as men generally can't accept the thin lining between friendship and relationship.

    But calls at 'Godly hours' can be quite a nuisance.

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