I Don't know where to start, But Ya its been "6 years" of our relationship. We feel in love when we were in 11th grade. I actually met him through one of my mutual friend who was trying to impress my friend, we four of us went out for ride at that movement, me and my boyfriend actually met for first time. we talked about school stuffs and about our friends. After that ride when I came home back I got this friend request on Facebook knowing or unknowing I started to smile when I first saw his notification. later we started to text on Facebook then shared numbers. we used to talk on phone for like hours. After completing school. We decide to ways our path apart to have better future but god has planed everything luckily we both got in to same college. But while completing our degree we had lots of ups and downs. But he never let my side. He always been there for me.
Dr Vrundan Jayswal Dr devarshi jayswal
We met before 5 year ago our engagement time was almost 3 years but on the first year i m student so i can not buy any gifts for her so she was thinking what kind of guy i met but she thought negative about me and all her family members think that but after my examination on her 24th birthday i was buy a 24 different gift and gifted here she was become a to much happy and after that she told me that thing i think this kind of theings about u but u proved it that u love me .. in 5 year to much ups and downs are coming but we stay together and come out form that all and we are happy together now and going for 2nd honeymoon via vietjet to bali.. thank u
SANJAY GIRI Jigyasa Goswami
“That’s Sanjay over there,” Dorinda said. “What do you think?” Looking in the direction her friend was pointing, Jigyasa spotted a pleasant-looking man with freckles and sandy hair, who barely matched her own five foot five inches. “Um, he’s, umm …” Her hesitation wasn’t so much to do with Sanjay’s rather ordinary appearance as the fact she recognised him. Hard not to when he’d been at every party or social event Jigyasa had attended in recent weeks. Whenever she’d caught sight of him he’d been surrounded by a group of laughing friends. Sanjay being sociable and popular wasn’t a problem exactly. Not unless Jigyasa’s suspicions were correct and Dorinda was trying to get the two of them together. Ever since Dorinda had moved in with Bill, she’d been dropping hints along that line. “I want you to be as happy as me, Cass,” she’d said. “To have someone who makes me feel the way I do with Bill.” That was fine in theory. Bill was outgoing, generous, and entertaining. He was spontaneous, lively, and fun. Absolutely perfect for Dorinda. Trouble was Dorinda didn’t seem to realise the kind of man who made her pulse race with excitement would have Jigyasa’s pounding in nervous alarm. Sanjay was Bill’s brother and Dorinda had assured her that although he lacked a few of his brother’s inches, his personality didn’t come up short. It was the combination of these good points and the way Dorinda mentioned them so frequently, along with the fact that Sanjay was inexplicably single, which had Jigyasa worried. That and Dorinda being practically impossible to say no to. They’d met at junior school. Dorinda had raced out onto the playground yelling, “Come and play everyone!” Jigyasa, following after her, had picked up Dorinda’s dropped hair ribbon and returned it. “Thanks. We’re best friends now.” She’d immediately begun to swing her skipping rope around the two of them and they’d jumped in unison. It had been like that ever since. Dorinda was the one who had ideas, started things, took centre stage. Jigyasa formed the supporting cast. She’d been happy joining in childhood games and perfectly content to tag along to pubs, clubs, and parties, as they grew up. Jigyasa enjoyed listening to the chatter and music, but couldn’t start a conversation herself or get up and dance until there were so many others on the floor that she felt more conspicuous sitting down. Since their teens, Dorinda always had a boyfriend, but she still made time for Jigyasa. They even double-dated a few times. The boys Dorinda attracted were very like her and as a result, no one noticed that Jigyasa barely said a word. Even when Dorinda’s relationship with Bill became serious, it didn’t alter the friendship between the girls. They went out together or stayed in chatting or watching a film when Bill was at rugby practice or drinking with his teammates. Jigyasa joined her friend in cheering him on at matches and occasionally the three of them shared a meal. Of course, Dorinda and Bill spent a lot of
gaurav nain Priya Sindhu
We met as a friend during our acting classes , after finished acting classes we start dating each other , after few months we thought to get engaged and get marry , but things was not too easy for us , we both are totllay opposite from each other we had lot of fights , but in the end we got married , even we had fight one week before our marriage , marriage was about to break but god wanted to see us together so we got married happily. After our marriage lockdown started, during lockdown we spent some quality time together and after three months we had an massive fights , Priya my wife went her friend home to live for months , after months I said sorry to her , and things got sorted , not it’s goona be 3 year of marriage, but things are more fine now , we still have opinion differences, but it’s fine people with differ opinion can live together, and we are looking for a exciting vacation where we can know each other more better
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