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The Heartbreaking Ones

@tath21 asked: “Can you give me prompts for an unrequited love?”

Anonymous Asked: “Could I please have some angsty prompts for unrequited love with an bit of obliviousness? (Person A likes Person B, but Person B is oblivious to this and doesn’t hide that they like Person C)”

1. “I know you don’t feel the same way about me. But I needed to tell you, just in case.”

2. “I’m sorry. I wish I could change the way I feel, but I can’t.”

3. “I wish you hadn’t told me.”

4. “Of course I’m never going to admit it! My feelings are my problem, not theirs.”

5. “You know what the funny thing is? Even now, I can’t wish I’d never met you.”

6. “Of course you don’t love me. You’re lying. Because I’m getting married in a week, so there is no way you’d wait until now to tell me you loved me!”

7. “If all I ever get to be is your friend, that’s okay. I understand. Even that is more than I ever could have hoped for.”

8. “You weren’t supposed to find out.”

9. “Look, you hate me. I know that. But I need you to trust me. I’d never let anything happen to you, because I… I love you.”

10. “I can’t do this. I’m sorry. I can’t be just your friend. I tried. I wanted to do the noble thing, but now, I need to leave. For my sake.”

11. “You should go for it. Ask them out. Trust me, if they don’t accept, they’re an idiot.”

Bonus:

“I never thought you could ever feel the same about me.”

“Are you joking? I’ve loved you for years.”

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