I'm incredibly bad with directions, and I'm frequently late.
When my boyfriend and I first started hooking up, he invited me to go to a concert with him and his friends. But the concert was outside of the city, so we had to take a train to get there.
He suggested we meet up at his place before, but I insisted I needed to go home and get ready, so I said I'd just meet him and his friends at the train station.
Obviously, I managed to be 30 minutes late. It was fine, though. We could still make the next train leaving in five minutes if I just met him under the "big board." Naturally, I went to the wrong "big board" on the opposite side of the train station.
We missed the second train and, at this point, we were definitely missing a decent part of the concert. I still couldn't find him, so he told me to just stay where I was, and he searched the entire train station to find me.
I was nervous. He was excited about this concert and not only had I made him late, but I also made his friends late.
"That's it. This is over," I thought to myself.
When he finally found me standing under the wrong "big board," I started profusely apologizing. Honestly, I'm not a big crier, but I was so frazzled, I think I might have shed a tear or two.
Instead of getting mad, he laughed, gave me a kiss and told me he 'could never be mad at me.'
Instead of getting mad, he laughed, gave me a kiss and told me he "could never be mad at me." That's when I knew this was the right guy for me.
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