Suggesting from the title itself.
It does sticks to your tongue and brain for a couple of hours or the longest would be a day.
Thus, the haphazard of burying your feelings in an office romance. Well, in my case its not actually on that sticky situation but when you do agree on stuff especially on Star Wars and GOT. There’s no other thing to consider and think about but what a coincidence and why now.
Let’s just say we had the greatest time of our lives sort of getting to know how nerdy we both are but after a couple of days, the chat session slowly went down. It turned into weeks it got fewer and months until a year had passed that you had no more communication. Just like going back to zero. It seems like you don’t even know each other when there are group meetings.
At first you are thinking that it will just come and go and maybe he had some hang ups from his end but eventually when it hits you like a comet out of nowhere. It dawned to you that he is literally avoiding you like you were a disease, an incurable disease if I may say.
Why does it hurt when in fact your conversation had only been about Star Wars and that heart clutching GOT because…
You expected more, I think I expected something out from it which was wrong.
So how to cope up with this “I Love you Like a Love Song” syndrome? Just like an lss it fades, slowly but before it does, it catches you with its web of lies and illusion.
I love you like a love song, baby
and it keeps repeaaaaatinnng