No, I won't.
the two men were face to face, chatting as if there were no one else.
they don't talk much, only occasionally: "what are you going to eat tonight?"
he nodded. "when you say that, the back pair looks like us."
too. We, too, have been together for three years.
when we are in different places, we will chat on our mobile phones all night. After we move in together, we turn off the lights and play with our mobile phones.
the response was that he stared at the phone screen and shouted, "turn it up, not you?"
but I can't help thinking that if having a desire to share is the beginning of a relationship, will you lose each other for a long time because you have nothing to say?
the man has been looking at his cell phone, sending a voice message from time to time and talking about work, but the two do not communicate with each other the whole time.
I looked at them and suddenly thought of the word "old husband and wife".
such a tacit understanding can only be exchanged by eating a lot of meals and getting along for a long time.
maybe we don't lose the desire to communicate, it's just a lot of things that we don't need to communicate over and over again.
after a while, my shoulder shook and opened my eyes, reflecting into my boyfriend's smiling face:
I got up and saw the focused projection, as well as takeout and snacks on the table. I wondered:
he was more confused than I was: "huh?" What day did you say? May day, if you don't tell me, I know you want to see it. "
but at that moment, I looked at him and slowly believed another answer:
Elegant and magnificent, our gowns purple formal will make you look regal. Your will be elated by your enchanting look.