What if you met your soulmate but he loved to clap when the plane lands?

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In the midst of all the overwhelming thesis requirements, I came upon this post on Instagram that stated: "What if you met your soulmate but he loved to clap when the plane lands?" Then I was like, whaaaaat. I don’t know if I should take this literally or the other way, but I bet it’s sad.

I don’t know why my group mates and I made a big fuss about it.  See how a vague statement shapes up an individual’s way of thinking.  







  Too glam to give a damn 



What is this icky stuff?














Charlemagne: Feel nako, mura rana shag kanang tawo sa field nga mu clap pag nay mulanding na airplane. 


Leslie: Di pud na kanang mga stewardess? (Wow sha ray naka think nga ang ga clap naas sulud)

Me:  I think soldier ni sha, clapping his hands after seeing their fighter plane land safely.

See how varied interpretations can be? It’s somehow a reflection of the way we perceive things or our past experiences. And If you’re wondering how I came to think the man clapping was a soldier is because it would pain me so much to end up with a soldier, I mean there is nothing unfortunate with that but I find it very sad. I wouldn’t want to be worried 24/7 with my husband’s whereabouts, crying every night and clinging with hope; a simple businessman would suffice. To all army wives out there, I completely salute your courage, strength and composure.

 I somehow wish a book had 2 or more movies, I wish it was some kind of requirement so that people would see different versions and see what floats their boat or idk, do you get me? It would’ve been cooler.  

-End

(When my dad saw my cousin taking photos, he cut a flower and gave it to me saying "act natural". I found it really funny and sweet that he actually thought of that, Dad has been the most supportive guy EVER.)

Top: Wow Them Boutique
Bottom: Cotton On
Necklace: Spain (Thanks dear cousin)

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