Last weekend I went to my college roommate's wedding. When we started as roommates, neither one of us had a girlfriend. He was lamenting halfway through the year that no girls were interested in him. "Yeah," I said, "but once you have one, you'll have at least two." "Huh?" he said. "It's Frylock's law of chick interest. You either have nobody interested in you, or more than one. Once you've got one, you appear desirable and then you'll get more." "No," he says, "it's hard enough to get one girl interested in me, let alone two." He didn't believe me. A few months later a girl did get interested and they started dating. A month after that, he comes back into the room looking flustered. "OK, you know Frylock's law? Nevermind what I said. It's true." "Oh?" I said. "I was just hanging out in this other girl's room. We're in a study group. She goes out for a while, but her roommate is there and we're just talking about whatever. And then, the next thing I know, she's sitting on my lap and she just started kissing me! It happened so fast!" He didn't go for it, but he had the opportunity. FOCUS: Tell us about your times of extreme feast or famine, or extraordinary switches from one to the other. Is Frylock's law true, or was this just a coincidence?