Koi no yokan (Japanese); "The sense one can have upon first meeting a person that the two of you are going to fall in love. Differs from “love at first sight” as it does not imply that the feeling of love exists, only the knowledge that a future love is inevitable." .
I was inspired by @witandfolly 's latest post and wanted to share with you my favorite term that has no English translation. Doesn't it sound beautiful? .
Truth be told, I'm a believer myself, and I swear I'm not quite the romantic type (I can't even say "make love" without cringing a little). But there was that bizarre force, that even when I wasn't particularly interested the first time we met, I had a strange feeling that we (he) didn't even stand a chance to resist the adventure that awaits him. (I am the adventure.)
That, or, rumor has it, my great grandma's a witch and that it *runs in the blood*. For all he knows, I could have been mumbling and casting a spell (or curse) as he sits there like a fool with no idea I'm about to bring him to his motherfffn knees whether he wants it or not. Now that's my kind of romance. @lesvillasottelia 📍Gili Trawangan, Bali