Last comment on this because I'm even annoying myself now, but nobody said they're pushing it more lately and that's not what I meant. They're just putting it out there the same as they have always done and that is the message in itself. Nothing's changed as far as how they define each other publicly and even as 'domestic' as they are, they're still navigating it all under the official definition of friends with no indication of that very specific sticking point wavering. There is no other word they could use without confirming their relationship, true, so using it is actively not confirming their relationship (beyond friendship). So imo, the calendar, the 'literal other half', whatever else people think is some shocking departure from the constantly evolving norm, isn't them leading up to something rather than them just existing in a way they haven't before.liola wrote: ↑Thu Nov 02, 2017 4:57 pmI don't think they're pushing the friends narrative more than they've done in the past honestly, If ever compared to the past years they're more and more domestic and affectionate and flirty on camera, even if they still call each other friends. And I mean, it's not like they can use any other word unless they confirm their relationship, right?
But anyway. Dog video. Where is it.