'Do you believe in love at the first sight?'
'No, I don't. There is no love at the first sight, but lust at the first sight.'
'How can you say something like that?'
'Why no? You can't love someone because of their face or the wealth. You have to know someone thoroughly before you can love him/her. Other than that, you have to nurture love.'
'But, you can't decide who you would fall in love with!'
'Maybe. The final destination of love is marriage right?'
'Of course it is.'
'Before you marry someone, you have to decide can you accept he/she with all of his/her flaw and past, and you have to be sure that you can live your life with him/her until your last breath. If you can accept him/her without wanting to change him/her, even a little bit, that mean you really love him/her. But, if you love him/her because of his/her face, body, or wealth, that's lust, not love. So no, I don't believe in love at the first sight. That just some fancy word the poet used.'