My new boyfriend recently told me I was the perfect person for him. Am I wrong to assume he’s said it to other girls in the past?
Maybe. Maybe not. It doesn’t really matter.
If you’ve got a new boyfriend who says ridiculous romantic cheeseball shit to you, then you can rest assured he’s said equally ridiculous romantic cheeseball shit to his past girlfriends as well.
It’s okay, though. You’re the one he’s with now.
He’s a guy, and by all evidence a relatively simple one. Don’t start picking apart these Hallmark moments looking for hidden meaning that isn’t there.
He’s saying nice things. Take that shit at face value, let it make you feel all warm and fuzzy for a minute, and then move on to the next thought.
Fair warning, once you get past the age of about nineteen, if a guy you’ve only been seeing for a few weeks starts making sweeping proclamations of love that include words like perfect, endless, desire, forever, or the ever popular soul-mate, it’s a safe bet that you’ll be changing your phone number soon.