3. Agree to activities we aren’t into but that we know you’ll be amped for.
Does he seem truly grateful to have met me?
1. Staying the hell away from them.
That you’ve been using their toothbrush for the last two weeks because you can’t find yours and you keep forgetting to buy a new one.
I tend to romanticize beginnings. Beginnings are magic. They’re comprised of sentimentality and purpose and perfect timing.
I absolutely loved being single. I saw my life as mine and only mine. Any decision I made was all mine to make.
You’ll know that someone loves you when they do not make excuses.
“She watches terrible TV with the phone glued to her ear.”
Date someone who doesn’t think a matter of “seeing” you is a rhetorical question (a.k.a. it’s not a joke for someone to literally LIKE you).
I’m the one who will always be in the back of your mind. I’m the one that occupies that last thought before you fall asleep.