We broke up because I was terrified I was falling in love with you so I pushed you away from me in the hopes that my isolation would make me feel more protected. It didn’t.
We Broke Up Because:
Because I can’t get over your past. And neither can you.
We broke up because she said I was “too nice a guy.” So, in theory, I believe logic dictates that makes her too horrible a person. Go figure.
We broke up because I believed that I could change you. I believed that I was the one that you would love as much as I loved you. We broke up because I loved you more.
We broke up because we didn’t even have each other’s phone numbers
We broke up because I thought I was more in love with a fictional character than I was with you. Now I realize there is a difference between infatuation and love.
We broke up because you need to be reassured that you’re amazing and perfect every day. You aren’t, and I’m not one to lie.
Also, you worked at McDonald’s.
I found myself altering every aspect of my personality just to please you.
we broke up because he’s a bloody idiot
We broke up because I had big dreams, and you always reminded me that nightmares were also dreams. You never believed in me, so I stopped believing in us.
we broke up coz you told me you remember me whenever there’s a new twilight movie.
and i thought, okay, guess that’s nice
wish i’d taken it as a sign
that once the twilight movies stop,
you’d stop remembering me, too
Every photograph he ever took of me was out of focus.
We broke up because we both loved Ayn Rand too much.
I told you I would never need you. We both said we would “never live for the sake of another man.”
And so we lived selfishly, not thinking of the other.
And that’s what broke us apart. We were too alike and way too literal.
We broke up because your parents were getting a divorce and you thought we needed one too.
Although we were never really together, he “liked me but not enough to be in love” with me, and that was the end of us. Than I listened to Coldplay’s The Scientist and sobbed for the whole Sunday.