100% perfect

Once upon a time, there was this guy…who was walking down the street…and there was a beautiful girl that was walking down the street towards him.

And when they saw each other, they stopped…and deciding to start talking. It was a totally natural and spontaneous thing and it wasn’t something that these people usually do. It just happened.

And these people just connected with each other on every word and at every level. It was as if, they had already known each other for so long, even though they had only known each other a matter of minutes…but it soon came a couple hours. And the incredible connection these two made was so strong it was as if there was a glowing light between these two people. So it was then that they decided that their meeting must be FATE.

To test this out, the two went on their separate ways…and decided that if they would meet again, they would KNOW for sure that it was their DESTINY to be together. So they departed. They went on their separate ways.

And as the years passed, a plague hit their city. And many people died.

And years later…there was this guy…who was walking down the street…and there was a beautiful girl that was walking down the street towards him. And as they passed each other, both people recalled a faint glimpse of a memory of having seen each other before. But they continued walking their own separate ways…

THE END

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