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Is Mr Right a dream or reality?

By Vision Reporter

Added 28th November 2008 03:00 AM

Emily has combed the churches, Pam has turned the bars upside down while Sandra is going for yet another single’s retreat camp. They all are looking for one thing – the guy whose missing rib they constitute.

Emily has combed the churches, Pam has turned the bars upside down while Sandra is going for yet another single’s retreat camp. They all are looking for one thing – the guy whose missing rib they constitute.

By Catherine Bekunda

Emily has combed the churches, Pam has turned the bars upside down while Sandra is going for yet another single’s retreat camp. They all are looking for one thing – the guy whose missing rib they constitute.

That abstract guy has come to be known as Mr. Right. It is an eternal quest that was born from the Biblical account of how man’s companion was made from his rib.

Do you believe that there is only one person specially created for you in this world?

“Of course I believe so. I know that everything in the world has been well set and God has created someone special for each one of us,” says Caroline Achola, a doctor.

Really? “Yes, I believe that he exists. That is why one man will walk you down the aisle while others just want to date you forever without committing themselves,” Jackie Ngabirano, an administrator backs Achola.

Lucy Kobugabe a banker also believes that the one guy definitely exists. If you are raising eyebrows because you have not seen him yet, she argues you to pray about it. “Sometimes we are impatient and we want to pass through a closed window yet there is an open door waiting for us,” she counsels.

Well, it looks like to prayers, the single and searching should also add patience.

Ritah Mirembe, would like us to get our feet on the ground a bit. “To some extent there is (a Mr. Right) but you can never get 100% of a right person. Utmost, you get 70% so you must make compromises,” Mirembe, a teacher reasons.

Is that to suggest that even when it is a little uncomfortable fitting into the slot in his rib cage, it still can work?

You will just trash all those Mr. Right and missing rib business if you listen to Loyce Muhumuza.

“Nobody is perfect. You just grow to like the person the more you associate with them,” she asserts. There. Let all associate and find happily ever-after.

Ladies, the court shall adjourn on this issue but as you might have noticed, the believers by far out weigh the doubters.

Is Mr Right a dream or reality?

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