1. The Sunlight Diet
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.
You may be confused about your last year of college. You’ll be confused because you thought the last year of college was supposed to define you, not break you apart. That’s ok.
On frosty winter nights, you convened with friends to strap on ice skates at the Frog Pond, where you’d body-check small children who had come down from the North Shore for some innocent family fun.
As a teenager your parents asked you what time you would be coming home that night. This wasn’t because you had a curfew. It was because they were planning to have loud sex while you were away.
You’ve had days when your entire agenda was: Go to park. Read.
Like under that gross attitude and propensity to belittle everyone, there’s actually, like, this really cool guy who just, you know, has feelings and stuff.
Found on AskReddit. 1. “I was in the middle of sex when one of my exes decided to announce she wanted to break up. “That was the most awkward ever.
“This is going to sound crude but when I first met my current girlfriend of two years I thought to myself ‘this girl is DTF.’ Turns out she was.”
If they ignore us, why do we find them so much more attractive?