this was acually a GOOD one!!!nice work(my "soulmate" is from sweedin and im still learnin her language)
Wow, you should probably learn how to spell "Sweden" while you're at it.
That made me laugh
Me too! XD
he meant it this way “sWEEDin”
What I find even more silly than the idea of having a soulmate, is the idea that you only have one. With 6 and a half billion people in the world, you would think there would be more than just one perfect person out there.
I find it funny how the first guy's soulmate is from Sweden but yet he can't even spell her country's name right.
I think the notion of having a soulmate gives some people meaning in their lives.
I agree with Shannon…Is she possibly imaginary?
I'd bet money that my true soulmate is in another galaxy… Wake me up when we figure out how to make and use wormholes.
You hit the nail on the head there! Very funny. It doesn't apply to me (of course) but its funny because its about someone else.
the only soul mate i have it the one that stares at me in the mirror….
this is so true! i found mine as an exchange student in germany after 19 years of bimbos and high school whores
Great one! so true :))
i agree with ernie
I also agree with ernie, and add that I think that it's more math than fate. The more compatible traits, the more "perfect" the match.
spot on sir – that has always bugged me about supposed soul mates. Your soul mate knocked you up in High School? That just dosn't seem fair when the rest of us have to go to Pipelinestan to look for ours.
I have a feeling that my soulmate probably died hundreds of years ago, or has hundreds of years before he'll be born.
Either that or I'll meet them and then upon seeing me they'll just be like, "ew, no."
Not that I actually believe in them.
This is great! No what else bugs me? When people say 'I'll love you forever' thats ridiculous, you cant know how you'll feel years from that moment. Especially when your as young as i am (I'm still in high school)
Wait, is he talking about the actual spear in #4?
The idea of a soulmate comes from Plato, who wrote in 'The Symposium' that humans were originally beings with 4 arms, 4 legs and 1 head but 2 faces. He theorised that Zeus was worried about their power so he split them in half, forever doomed to wander the Earth looking for the other half of themselves.
Thats funny coz my soul mate lives 1000km's away from me… we've met but yeah… distance keeps us apart….
Is that the minimum distance of the restraining order? Eh? Eh? (nudge nudge)
This is why I don't like the concept of 'true love'.
Then again, my "person of interest" is from Holland, I'm from Australia, and we both live in South-East Asia.
So I figure it's not quite as ridiculous as most people falling in love.
Just wanted to say that i am from South Africa and there is actually a language where “walla” means “to cry”.
As you were.
I actually used to think this EXACT scenario (panel 4) applied to me. Then I got married and quit worrying about it.
I’m worried that I gave my soulmate the finger in rush hour traffic…
“As delusional…” Great! I always wondered how is it that people still believe in the Loch Ness Monsters… love is the answer…
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