Perfect Girl

             There are many different ways to describe the perfect girl. One individual might describe her as one who has the bare necessities like four limbs and a head. Another male might describe her as having a multimillion dollar job with a house by the lake. However you may describe her, the perfect girl is yours and yours only. She is the girl that makes you smile each morning when you wake up and smile at night when you lay down your head. This girl is the one that you see in your dreams at night and hope that one day this dream will come true. These are the definitions of a perfect girl that are not included in any dictionary you might read. Even if a book was written that was thought to have covered all aspects of the perfect girl it would probably only begin to scratch the surface of the real perfect girl. Every perfect girl that is described will always be different in some way or another. Here is my definition of what a perfect girl is.
             “Having no defect or fault”. This is the definition of perfect as found in Webster’s Dictionary. You could search from now until the day you die and never find a girl that is without defect or fault. A man will never be able to find the perfect girl just walking down the street. The only way to find the perfect girl is to make her perfect in your heart and your mind. This is not something that just happens overnight though. This is a transformation that will take place over months and years of being with that someone you love. A perfect girl is whatever you make her. She might be a short, heavyset, dark haired woman working a gas pump at the station down the road. She could be a tall, skinny, blue eyed country girl who lives up the road from your family. The perfect girl could be the girl who is sitting beside you in class at this exact moment in time reading this paper with you. Perfect girls are not born they are made over time. All it takes is time and a chance for ever

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