Dating : What’s in a Door?

h2>Dating : What’s in a Door?

Imagine yourself locked in an empty room. Imagine three doors waiting to be opened. Imagine one of them being the right door. The door that will lead you to safety… or at least that’s what you’ve been told.

The first door may be rusty with a few dents around the edges. We know that it’s probably been around the longest. We know that it’s probably full of wise tales and we’ve been told that many people have gone through this passageway. It may not look the prettiest on the outside and we’ve heard that there may be a few monsters along the way.

The second door appears seemingly vibrant and crisp with a sleek doorknob that doesn’t look more than a month old. It’s perfect on the outside and you could almost catch a glimpse of the perfectly kept garden through the cracks of the door.

Will you be immediately greeted with the stereotypical millennial offering you avocado toast with a side of double cupped, no sleeve, salted caramel mocha latte with 2 pumps of vanilla substitute for toffee nut? There’s something about his smile that doesn’t seem genuine.

It almost sounds too good to be true. It almost sounds like a shitty The Good Place spin-off and you’re ready to hurl from the bullshit you suspect they’ll want to feed you.

“No, I do not want your cherries. But I’ll have a tequila shot, please.”

Moving on. There is just one more door. It looks a little bit sketchy and you’ve been told your whole life to avoid sketchy doors, but there is a set of keys dangling in front of you and you’re tempted to open it.

You anticipate that something may or may not go wrong through this eerie path, yet you still want to push forward to conquer this feeling of uncertainty.

Have our lives become nothing but an overrated Netflix series?

As humans, we are knowingly attracted to the suspense-filled mysteries that we can’t seem to uncover in our everyday lives.

There is something strangely mystifying about a passageway we know nothing about, yet we still can’t help but need to know what happens in the end.

Do we want to know what’s behind the door simply just to know? Do we still go through with it knowing that we might be significantly disappointed?

The door you choose may or may not lead to a lifetime of happiness. But I guess you’ll never know if you don’t open it.

The truth is, we are all entitled to make a choice at the end of the day. Sometimes there is a risk; sometimes there isn’t. And in some cases, the reward may be as high as the risk… or perhaps even higher.

Whether you choose the obvious door that screams “pick me” or the one that’s slightly hidden behind a seedy back alley, you are ultimately the one holding the keys.

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