I agree. It's all very well to be growing up with hormones coursing through you, but letting everyone know about it (in such a cliched fashion, that is) is a wee bit sad.(Original post by ormaybeitsjustnarcissism)
They clog up my facebook with emo hearts and cliches (Other couples writing to each other I mean)
As has been said; true but harsh.
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Idiot kids who over-idolize their girlfriends / boyfriends... watch
- 03-02-2010 13:20
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- 03-02-2010 13:27
Most warning points I have ever seen.
- 03-02-2010 13:42
I get the feeling that you described when I'm apart from my gf for a while.
Otherwise it's rather her who says "you are my everything etc...".
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(Original post by Areyoukidding?)
- 03-02-2010 13:51
You'll often hear them saying some mindblowing idiot **** like "MY BOYFRIEND IS LIKE A PART OF MY SOUL!!! I'D DIE WITHOUT HIM!!!" and then even stuff along the lines of "MY PARENTS KNOW NOT TO MAKE ME CHOOSE BETWEEN THEM AND MY LOVE, BECAUSE THEY'D LOSE!!"
Hey, retards. Here's the scoop: Your boyfriend / girlfriend probably doesn't give half as much of a **** about you as you claim to about them. You've watched too many sickly-sweet little High School rom coms in your time, and you now believe that you're part of something deep and moving at the ripe old age of 18. Realistically you'll probably be broken up within the year and your precious "soul's desire" will be plowing or getting plowed by someone else.
No one wants to hear how "wildly in love" you think you are. So blow it out your ass.
What I really want to know is what did he do to rack up 32 warning points in less than 24 hours????????????