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There's a lot that can make a grown man cry, but I don't think there's ever been a guy that has cried because he laid eyes on an insanely beautiful woman. I've seen a lot of beautiful women growing up, but I never witnessed a woman so beautiful to the point where I'm on the verge of crying.
Back in high school, I met a gal at a homecoming dance, her name was Katy. She was super beautiful and we kinda hit it off, but when it was back to school after the dance, I didn't see her again for about a month, and when I saw her, she was even more beautiful. She became my high school crush for two years in my high school career when I was a sophomore and junior while she was a year ahead of me. If I had to come up with the right word to describe me with Katy, I was hooked on her because she was all I wanted. I even had a dream with her where the moment was so awesome that I almost woke up crying.
Then I had a crush on a gal named Katherine and she was really cute to me. She was a bit of a pothead and I knew she went to a lot of raves, but I didn't care because all I wanted to do was become her boyfriend; plus we had the same class together, which gave me more chances to talk to her. There were even days where I was more awkward around her than I already was, but things with her didn't work out.
Don, what're you talking about? What does any of that have to do with you crying when you see a beautiful woman?
Ease up, okay? This is it. I did have a moment where I came close to it the other night. I went to go see Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, and it's such a good movie, but one thing I noticed again was how gorgeous the women in the cast were like Katherine Waterston (Alien Covenant, Steve Jobs) and Alison Sudol (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) are, but one woman stuck out from the rest.
That's Zoe Kravitz (Dope).
Okay, for starters, I've always had a bit of a thing for Zoe Kravitz since I saw her in X-Men: First Class, but goddamnit, it's like every time I see her, whether it's on her Instagram, a movie, a magazine cover, or even a commercial, it's like I'm flabbergasted when I see her and my hands end up wanting to go in the air like I'm on a roller coaster while it's going down really fast.
Wait, Don? What does Zoe Kravitz have to do with you almost crying? She's just a woman.
Exactly! Now, the reason I say that I almost cried is that she's so beautiful that tears almost came out. No woman has ever moved me to tears with me just by looking at them; plus that's never happened to me before, not even in high school back when I knew Katy and Katherine or college. And what's crazy is I'm going back to college in September, but it'll be in university. I've been on campus on multiple occasions and holy hell, there are some gorgeous women, but I highly doubt any of them will be so gorgeous to where I come really close to crying. Get overwhelmed by their beauty? Yeah, it'll happen.
Also, I love the 80s and would love to live in that decade, but the 20s is a time that I like to look at, but I'd never like to live there and yes, the women in the 80s look so beautiful with their various styles, but the women in the 20s... WOW! They dressed with such class and looked really nice in dresses as well. I loved seeing Zoe Kravitz in the dress and the style she wore in the movie, but overall, man, just... Zoe Kravitz, man... OOOOOOOHHHHH MY GOD!!!!!
*insert heart eyes emojis here*