jennifer I had a boyfriend. He squashed my heart two weeks before Christmas. He said this: "It's not like you broke my heart." But he also says this: "Because everyone needs to have their heart broken at least once - a rule I live by. More than once, really. Your heart should be broken until you learn to like it and then, just when you're getting used to it, you should find someone else's heart to break, because THAT, my friends, is what crowns the whole affair. When you break someone else's heart on purpose (Or at least when you know it's going to happen if you continue, and you just go ahead, anyway, instead of walking off) it breaks your own, a little bit." 040118
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