7477.) you intimidate yet fascinate me. you're simple to talk to yet I never really know what to say. you're hard to figure out. there's so much I still don't know about you and vice versa. you're one of the most interesting people I've met.
When we fall in love, the brain releases a chemical called phenylethylamine (PEA) which causes our palms to sweet, our hearts to race, and "butterflies" in our stomachs. It's possible to trigger someone else's brain to release PEA by looking at them a lot during a conversation, which in turn makes that person more likely to fall in love with you.