I am going to tell you my story of true love at first sight with severely impaired vision. My name is Napolean Bonaparte Simpson, (formerly Froissart), and I hope you enjoy my story.
Sure, whatever man.
Talbot, look up in that balcony! Isn't she absolutely breathtaking?
Talbot! She's looking at me! Do you know who she is?
Yeah, I'll introduce you sometime, but seriously dude, I'm trying to watch the play.
What do you mean you don't know, aren't you his butler?
Talbot just left on some business and I don't know when he'll return!
One night, I went to a play at the theater in town with my friend, Talbot. While Talbot thoroughly enjoyed the play, I didn't watch a single scene. Instead, my attention was held captive by the most beautiful woman I had ever laid eyes on. Despite not wearing spectacles due to their lack of fashion, I knew I had found true love at first sight.
How you doin'?
As the play continued, I couldn't stop staring at her. She was absolutely magnificent. And then one time she caught my gaze and bowed to me! I couldn't believe my eyes. I was sure she felt the same way about me that I had felt about her.
Would you wear spectacles for me?
You know, I would do anything for you!
The next day, I went to Talbot's house to see if he could introduce me to the magnificent woman today. But his butler said he was out of town and had no idea when he would return! In the meantime, I asked every person I encountered about this woman.
After nearly a fortnight and no news of Talbot's return, I decided to take matters into my own hands. I got her address and sent her a letter professing my love for her and asking for her hand in marriage. Her response wasn't no, but she wanted to meet me first. So I followed her to her house to meet her.
She invited me in to join the party that she was having inside. I agreed and listened to her sing a beautiful song and then we delved into a deep conversation about my proposal. She said she would accept my hand in marriage if I only would wear spectacles. Seeing how this was a trivial obstacle, I hardily agreed and we made plans to get married the next day.