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  • (soft piano music)

  • - Something isn't right.

  • - They give you the wrong sauce?

  • - It's not the pizza.

  • (sighs) We broke up in the parking lot

  • of an Uno's Pizzeria in Boston.

  • - Maybe in a couple of years?

  • - Maybe.

  • That was my justification three months later,

  • as I clicked through his Facebook profile late at night,

  • trying to hold on to whatever piece of him I still had left,

  • and that's when I saw his first photo with her,

  • the girl with the red Solo cup.

  • I knew i wasn't allowed to care, but I did.

  • (upbeat music)

  • They met at a party.

  • At least, I can assume it was a party,

  • from that tipsy half-smile he wore.

  • His hands were wrapped around her waist and

  • as I stared at the photo, I tried not to imagine how it felt

  • when he put his hands the same place on me.

  • It didn't really work, but ...

  • That night, I dreamt about him, as I so often did.

  • (mellow instrumental music)

  • There was a second photo.

  • They were having a picnic.

  • A picnic (chuckled).

  • My stomach twisted as I realized the girl

  • with the red Solo cup was destined to become

  • a re-occurring character in his life.

  • I still didn't understand that he had moved on.

  • (solo guitar playing)

  • I couldn't digest that someone could fall in love

  • with someone else while I stilled loved them, but

  • it's funny how easy it is to believe the unbelievable,

  • just because it hurts less.

  • Who are you, girl with the red Solo cup?

  • The internet told me a lot about her.

  • She had darker features than I did,

  • and her smile made her seem kind.

  • She looked like she came from money,

  • and I looked like I was living on hand-me-downs

  • and budgeted grocery lists, but, despite our differences,

  • there was one overarching similarity I couldn't miss,

  • we both loved the same boy.

  • Months passed, and I watched them tag each other in photos,

  • and their relationship status change.

  • I saw them driving in the car we kissed in,

  • (soft piano music) the car we broke up in.

  • I saw their relationship go to places ours had gone,

  • and to places it had not.

  • Maybe he's different now.

  • Maybe he doesn't snort when he laughs or

  • fold his pizza into a sandwich before eating it.

  • Maybe I don't know him at all, but, still,

  • visiting him reminds me that I am capable of love,

  • and that I'm worthy of love.

  • It reminds me that when you truly care for another person,

  • it never really goes away.

  • I watched him fall in love, and, maybe someday,

  • he'll watch me do the same.

  • (instrumental music)

(soft piano music)


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あなたの元カレが恋に落ちるのを見るのはどんな気分か (What It Feels Like To Watch Your Ex Fall In Love)

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    Courtney Shih   に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日