- "There's a point in every relationship where things turn to complete shit. We pretend like we can't see it coming, when really we've avoided the signs like the drunk, obnoxious girl at the bar.
- We overanalayze every emotion and dissect every single detail, stripping things down to bare bones and all we're left with is the realization that it's all going to end and there's not a damn thing that we can do about it."
”They cling on to that tiny string of hope that someday, they’ll be together again. Hindi nila alam na.. hindi na sila In love.. they just can’t afford to lose the memories they might be leaving behind once they’ve moved on.”
This story definitely made me cry. T_TIt’s a must read!!! <3 Thumbs Up to tonguetiedbabe!!! Hope someday you could read it. #wattpad #tonguetiedbabe #onlinestories #tragedy
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