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the cigarette thing in the fault in our stars is so dumb you are wasting your money on an industry that is one of the largest causes of cancer just so you can make some lame ass far fetched metaphor
NO YOU ARE INCORRECT AND CLOSE MINDED ON SO MANY LEVELS
are you suggesting that it is close minded to say that cigarettes are a leading cause of cancer
Okay, there are only so many ways I can answer the relationship question. I did like four last night, and I think unless someone comes up with something really specific this is going to be the last one.
No one is ready for a relationship ever. No one is good at relationships all the time. No one comes into a relationship with all the skills they need.
Relationships work when people identify fault lines and try to address them. Sometimes that is enough. Sometimes it isn’t.
What is an absolute deal-breaker in one relationship is “Oh my god you forgot to take out the trash again” in another.
I don’t know if Kurt can handle this relationship. I don’t know if Blaine can. I don’t know that either of them can’t.
Certainly this is far from a place of no return, and they are both trying to communicate and improve their habits and look for solutions, which may or may not work.
Relationships are hard, and all relationships can go through periods that are kind of awful or boring or weird. Especially when you don’t yet have a lot of skills and do have a lot of baggage you hadn’t even known yet to name.
This is not a Kurt problem or a Blaine problem. People aren’t problems for how they cope or for not knowing how they cope.
It’s all about what happens next.
Also, score-keeping is really unhealthy in relationships. Which means I think score-keeping is also a terrible tool to analyze other people’s relationships, even fictional ones.