The Best “Will They or Won’t They” TV Romances

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The year was 2005. I hopped off the school bus on a Tuesday, tossed my neon Jansport backpack on the couch, kicked off my worn Ugg boots, treated myself to some after-school pizza bagels, and exhaled after a grueling day of long division. I logged on to my AOL Instant Message account to a concerning alert from my boyfriend, Max (we had been “together” for two whole weeks and had held hands on the playground so, like, things were pretty serious). He asked me to join a chat room (the OG group message) where my BFF Emily was already waiting for me to arrive. In the chat, they informed me of their 10-year-old infidelity and announced that they decided to move forward with their relationship and leave me in the dust. The audacity. 

And so began my journey as a hopeless romantic. Despite the heartbreak that prompted countless diary entries and early trust issues, I’ve become a total…

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