Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Trust leads to a comfortable relationship.

I believe the way we sit, will tell how comfortable we are toward our friends. Most of the time, when we visit others in their homes, we tend to behave in an unnatural way to depict good looking. We speak politely, carefully, tactfully and we sit mannerly, posture up right and elegantly. The female acts lady and the man represents gentleman like. They seldom move around the host homes. When you happened to see these type of guests, I rest assure they are not closed to the hosts yet. However, when you see guests who could sit with legs and arms opened, body not in the up right position, voice are aloud with humour, moving around the house or even mingle into the kitchen, I am damn sure they are more than just friends to the host. Meaning, when you are comfortable to a host, you tend to be more relaxed to show your true self. The earlier good looking personality is only a mask being covered. In fact, the true self is all up to you to decide. If you could even sleep on your host sofa, you are truly his best buddy and not mere friends.

Similarly, when you have a girl friend who sits politely while you are driving, I think she is not closed to you yet. If you could win her heart a little more, she should be sitting with her both legs cross over on the passenger seat. This is a signal to tell she likes you. If you could go further, when she feeds you while you are still driving, I think she really has interest over you. Once she is very comfortable with you, she could even stretch both her legs onto the dashboard. Or one hand over your shoulder while you drive. Or one hand stretch to rub your tight while you giggle with laughter silently in your heart. Meaning, the way the girl friend sits while you drive, could determine how intimate they are. However a strict reminder to those gentleman drivers who have intimate lovers beside, please learn to drive with one hand coz most likely they would not have a chance to use both hands to drive. One hand would be on the wheel and the other hand should be exploring the intimacy of romance. Funny as it is, but these are the facts of life that we might experience.

"Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away." - Antoine de Saint Exupery

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