You know what he'll order off a menu, and he knows what you like to drink. But now, your relationship is coming to an end, and you have to have the dreaded breakup conversation (insert eye roll here).
Maybe you've lived together or shared holidays; maybe you've traveled together, or you've got a routine down.
He’s been a great friend, and I know he’s a very kind person.
We all have our issues and cope with life differently.
Getting to know each other's families, psychoses and idiosyncrasies. Friends don't know how insane I can be after one too many gin and tonics (well, maybe that's not true). I want to text you when I see something that reminds me of you.
I want you to know what happens to me throughout the day.
You don't have to have a pet, just a desire to connect with other animal lovers.
He’s built up this reputation for himself as “the player,” but I see past the façade.
They reconnected as adults and, after two years of dating, married in 2012. His grandmother is a renowned hanbok designer, and his father is a wealthy banker and the largest shareholder of Alpha Asset Management.) and Go So Young, have been friends over a decade before marrying.
They became friends after filming together in 1999.
At the end of it all, you know you're breaking up, but he insists he “still wants to be friends.”Friends, huh? Like one of those friends you play videos games with and draft your fantasy football team with? The kind of friends you only see at weddings or the ones you hang with on the reg? I liked having you on the other end of any call I made when something happened to me.
We're “friends” who just spent the last few months — or years — dating and really getting to know each other. My friends haven't seen me truly vulnerable and totally naked. Friends don't know what positions I like or how I oddly hate morning sex. You still want me in your life but in a drastically different way. You were there for the good, the bad and hopefully not too much of the ugly.