So here’s some very, very, VERY important piece of news… Zach Galifianakis is engaged! He reportedly proposed to his long time girlfriend Quinn Lundberg. This calls for an “awwwww” moment doesn’t it? There’s currently no word on exactly how Galifianakis proposed but I’m sure those details will come soon enough:) What we do know is that the wedding is set for August 11, 2012 and the invite included a picture of Galifianakis as a terrible little troll and his fiance as a beautiful blond princess. Creative right? Now, we’re all just wondering if the wedding is going to be as crazy and funny as Galifianakis’s career 😛
Congrats to the happy couple!
To counter all the negativity about guys in the post yesterday, here’s a list of traits that you should look at to find your REAL perfect prince charming 🙂 Don’t worry, despite everything, nice, caring guys actually DO exist ^_^
You want a guy who…
Says, “You’re beautiful.”
Is never too busy to drive across town to see you.
Gives you flowers and a card when you’re sick.
Gives you flowers just because.
Says he’ll would die for you…
And really would.
Says, “Sex CAN wait.”
Did what you wanted to do.
Cried in front of you.
You cried in front of.
Holds hands with you.
Kisses you with meaning.
Hugs you when you’re sad.
Hugs you for no reason at all.
Kisses you on the forehead.
Would give his jacket up for you.
Opens the door for you.
Calls to make sure you got home safe.
Would sit and wait for you for hours…
just to see you for ten minutes
Would give his seat up.
Just want to cuddle.
Reassured you that you’re beautiful no matter what.
Told his secrets to you.
Tried to show how much he cared through every word and every breath.
Thought maybe you could be the one.
Believed in you dreams…
Would have done anything so you could achieve them.
Never laughed at you when you told him your dreams.
Walked you to your car.
Opens your car door for you.
Gave his heart to you.
Prays that you’re happy even if he’s are not with you.
Plays with you hair until you fell asleep.
You want a nice guy ^_^ ❤
Because my boyfriend does business in China, he’s constantly gone for long periods of times, especially during holidays. There’s always a 12-hour difference between us, making it very hard to even make a simple video chat possible. When it’s my night, it’s his morning. Usually he’s too tired to wait until I get up in the mornings to chat and he doesn’t have time on his mornings to chat with me at my night. Hence it’s normal for us to go weeks without seeing each other’s faces or hear each other’s voices. Not exactly what I had imagined when I first met him.
Speaking of which, we had the perfect storybook first meeting. Three years ago, he was playing my favorite song at the time, Tong Hua, on the piano in small lounge. I walked in with a couple of friends and was immediately smitten by the cute piano guy. I sat down on a sofa across from the piano and tried to read, only to be extremely distracted (in a good way) by the guy and the music. He played and played for the next 20 minutes or so. When the music finally stopped, I felt him walk closer and closer to me. He stopped right in front of me, silence, and he blurted out “Who are you?” I was quite taken back by this rude greeting and could barely pull up a smile and tell him my name. It wasn’t until much later did I find out that he was just nervous and had gone through so many ways of approaching me in his head while playing the piano. Yet, he forgot everything once he approached me. Go figure.
However, after three years and many, many miles apart, we still have that special spark that most couples lose after the “honeymoon” phase. I don’t believe we’re still in the honeymoon phase since when we fight, we’re quite literally at war with each other. But we always make up and solve our problems ❤ We’re still as fun, carefree, and stupid with each other as the first month we started going out. We’re comfortable with each other and have no embarrassing little secrets. There’s nothing I don’t tell him and there’s nothing he doesn’t tell me. Our lives are filled with so much love for one another that I didn’t even believe was possible before. Yes, we have our differences and our arguments, but what I’ve come to realize that what we have is genuinely something special. So while the distance is a current problem, it’s only temporary. So yes, whether it’s a couple of weeks, or a couple of years, long distance relationships are 100% possible. Distance is temporary but love is forever.
Isn’t this couple’s ring adorable? You and your partner both wear one half of the heart. Although, it’s kinda of depressing in a way since when you guys are apart, your half of the hear kind of just represents a broken heart…However, when you guys are together, you guys will form a whole heart and everything will be right again! Hehe, it’s so cute ❤