So, day 3 in Munich, I had a rather strange encounter with this guy on the subway. If I see something or someone who are beautiful, I cannot stop looking. Beautiful people makes me curious, so pulling my eyes away is hard. I always try to remember every facial feature in case I want to draw a person looking like that. The man I saw, was about 35-40, with Arabic facial features. I think what fascinated me the most was his green eyes and the strong lines in his face. Of course he noticed me staring at him, and I got embarrassed and looked in another direction.
In situations like this, I always get angry with myself for not being able to smile at people whom I think look good. Wouldn’t it be nice for the other person to know that somebody likes how you look? I know I get happy when I realized people look at me because they find me interesting or something. My problem is that I am freaking out in situations like that, so my face just turn in to this sour expression. That always makes me think, does that person think that I think that he/she does not look good? I hope not.
Going out of the subway, our eyes met again and I wanted to scream loud, but instead I gave him this really stupid smile, which I hope made his day. He said something back to me in German, but I only know the word schweinhund and he did not say that. So I have no idea what he said really. Anyway, my point is: Perhaps the world would be a nicer place if you find the courage to smile to somebody you pass on the street or in the subway. You’re never going to see them again anyway. Just remember; If you’re a man, don’t say things like you are sexy or love your butt. I can assure you women does not like that. You might even get killed.