Whether you ended it or not (and let’s face it, you probably did), there’s no looking back. It’s Hasta La Vista, Baby. On to bigger and better things!
You stubborn Bull. You can’t just let things go. A goodbye from you isn’t short and sweet, that’s for sure. Second guessing? Check. Persuading them to get back together just to break up the next day? Double check.
Let’s face it, you’re the most likely sign to break up in a text or DM. You know it’s true. And that’s okay. If you can live with it, then why can’t they?!
You give the most sensitive goodbyes on the planet. You’re so nice, you might just make ’em wonder why you’re even breaking up in the first place!
Wait, what? Someone is saying goodbye to ME?! You’re annoyed, but whatever. You walk away with your head held high. And you’ll NEVER let ’em see you cry.
Your critical goodbye is pretty likely to be accompanied by a list of ten things (or more) your lover did wrong. It wasn’t me; it was you.
Time for goodbye? Not so fast. Maybe we can work this out after all. I just want to be fair… sound familiar? Your goodbyes are the most indecisive ones around.
Scorpio goodbyes always hold a teensy weensy hint of a threat, especially if you’re the jilted party. You’re not just gonna come right out and say it, but your ex knows that stinger could come out at any point down the line and they’d be toast.
Your parting words gotta have the phrase ‘but we can still be friends, right?!’ Because once the romance is gone, you’re able to do that platonic kinda thang better than almost any other sign.
You have all of your points lined up about why goodbye is a good idea. Or why it isn’t. Your practical goodbyes leave your partner feeling like you’ve both just closed a business deal!
When it comes to saying Adios, yours is one to remember. Shout it from the rooftop? Sure. Do it in a weird outfit? Why not. The best thing about being strange? Makes it easy to skedaddle while your ex is standing there scratching their head, wondering what just happened.
Is a goodbye eminent? You’re gonna take the time to write down your feelings. In a ten-page letter. On your best stationery. Maybe even make a copy for yourself for your memory box. Who does that?!