Guy Confessions: Do You Believe In Love At First Sight?

Do guys believe that this can happen IRL just like in books and movies?
by Ayessa De La Peña   |  Apr 21, 2015
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There's a good number of movies and books that start with this setup: Love at first sight or first meeting. Girl and boy make eye contact, talk a little, and hit it off. They end up walking hand in hand, smiling and laughing into their own happily ever after. But does this really happen in real life? Is it really possible to meet someone for the first time and feel attracted towards them? And more so, do boys believe in it? We asked our Candy Cuties to give us their thoughts on this matter. Here are their answers.

Mathew Custodio "Yes, I do. I usually fall in love with the way she looks first. But then as we talk and know each other more, I find that there's more to her looks, and I fall in love with her personality and with her even more." —Mathew Custodio
Niko Rodriguez "No, because it takes a while to actually know a person." —Niko Rodriguez
Prince Carlos "For me, to love someone you should get to know them first. So I don't." —Prince Carlos
Brock King "No, I believe you can be extremely attracted to somebody but not properly in love." —Brock King

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What about you, Candy Girls? Do you believe in love at first sight? Share your thoughts in the comments or via Twitter @candymagdotcom. We always love hearing from you. :)

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