It’s entirely possible to care for someone, know they care for you, and be aware of the fact that you just aren’t on paths that will ever intersect long enough to be together in the long term. If one of you wants kids and the other wants to move somewhere new every six months, it’s safe to say you won’t settle down together. But that doesn’t discount what you have in the present.
Clean out your damn closet. Like, hardcore purge. Resist the urge to come up with bizarre situations in which you will need that one top you haven’t touched in three years, and just toss it instead. Be ruthless. You will then realize that you wear the same ten things anyways.
You’re both experts in telepathy and have a freaky tendency to predict what the other one is going to say long before they ever open their mouths.
By the time you reach Arizona, you’ll probably smell like a mix of Burger King, coffee, peanut butter crackers, and sweat. You’ll have your hair tied at the top of your head, your makeup rubbed off, and your two-day old clothes stuck to your body.
Almost take off a chunk out of your finger when you try to use a knife.
The excitement of traveling away from your daily routine releases an insane amount of endorphins. It’s time for new experiences, new memories and possibly a new fling? You’re ready to party it up and live life with no regrets.
Stop worrying about that “perfect summer body.”
People who love going to the beach aren’t the stay-home-and-Netflix every night type.
Your friend not only gets the snail mail, and the shout out on Instagram, but you send them a present and a text and you celebrate with them as much as you can even if that celebration doesn’t include a plane ticket.
When you meet someone new and realize you share the same music taste, you full on FREAK OUT. It becomes the “Oh my god, do you listen to ____?” hour.