I take comfort in knowing that I’m smarter, better looking and overall a better person than your newfound love interest and since you chose that newfound love interest over me, that also says a lot about your own judgement, or lack thereof. Dumb is what you are; quite dumb. I’m happy it turned out this way, because now I see your true colors and they look nothing like anything I’d ever be interested in. Goodbye and good riddance!
I’m nothing without you, please come back to me!
I don’t believe in soulmates per se, but I do believe in perfect compatibility between two or even more people, in some one-in-a-million cases. I don’t like how the term is perceived, though; when you hear of someone’s soulmate, you assume there’s a romantic relationship between the two. I believe having a soulmate can have nothing to do with being involved romantically.
Is your love interest the only person without whom you can’t imagine living your life and wouldn’t want to? I should think not.
I’ve been thinking about you and I know I shouldn’t, but I can’t help myself. I know it’s wrong, but it’s not my fault I met someone as amazing as you at this particular point in my life when such a thing is as complicated as it is.
I’ve been thinking about you and I know I shouldn’t, but even if I could stop, I wouldn’t. Maybe you’ve been thinking about me, too, and maybe you want me to think about you. Maybe we both want each other, or maybe I’m just a fool; a delusional fool.
Or maybe we both want each other.