There is nothing NOT married about that sentence. From “Kurt and I” to “have a song” to “sing to each other” to “in the car”. But ESPECIALLY “in the car” because it’s not like “when we drive” or “in his/my car” it’s THE car like THE house like THE BED like a place of which it is an evident assumption is common law shared. MARRIED.
Look, I’m sorry for what you’re going through (especially you, Kurt), but you really shouldn’t have left your resume padding to your senior year. Schools look for continuity and commitment, guys, not just a single victory in your last year of high school.
Wondering where your guidance counsellor was for the last four years,
So what I'm getting from this is that Santana is out for a day or two and all of the girls step up and support her immediately. Kurt was out for a year and a half and the only time that people stepped up in a noticeable way was when things got really really bad.
Dear ex, I’m honestly glad that we’re still good friends and you’re probably the biggest support system that I have on campus. You always know how to help me when I’m in trouble/just need help on something, and no matter what time it is you’re always so willing to listen to my problems. I feel bad at times because I feel like I’m just using you to help me only when I need it—and that’s not what I want at all. I just hope you’re not getting tired of me just coming to you whenever I need help. Know that you can come talk to me for anything as well! But honestly, I appreciate having your guru advice to listen to when I need it. Since I don’t think I ever said this when we were together, I’ll say it now: Thank you so much for everything!