It's been over a decade since "The Notebook" first hit theaters, but the romance between Noah and Allie is still breaking hearts today.
But, that's mainly because their relationship was a manufactured illusion that convinced 13-year-old girls love was supposed to be all-consuming, dramatic and — above all — difficult.
It's supposed to tear apart families, blow up lives and will probably include one too many bird references.
Most of my closest friends (who are all smart, beautiful, hilarious women, btw) can't even get a text back.
And because we grew up believing relationships were supposed to be these magical, fairytale romances, it's even more of a letdown when the guys we think should be building houses for us just end up building emotional walls.
So, we decided to round up some of the most iconic quotes from "The Notebook" and give them a modern spin to reflect dating in 2017:
Original: "If you're a bird, I'm a bird."
2017: "If you're a fuckboy, I'm done."
Original: "It wasn't over. It still isn't over."
2017: "It never even started. I still haven't gotten a text back."
Original: "I want all of you, forever, every day. You and me... every day."
2017: "I want some of you, sometimes, at 2 am. You and me... every night I'm drunk and lonely."
Original: "I wanna go out with you!"
2017: "I will probably end up ghosting you!"
Original: "Read this to me, and I'll come back to you."
2017: "Send me a text, and I'll ignore it... unless I'm really horny."
Original: "Stop thinking about what I want, what he wants, what your parents want. What do you want?"
2017: "Stop thinking about what you want, and start thinking about what I want."
Original: "You just tell me what you want, and I'm gonna be that for you."
2017: "I literally have no idea who I am right now, and I don't think I can handle expressing my emotions."
Original: "Get in the water!"
2017: "I really want to know what you look like naked!"
Original: "I love you. I am who I am because of you."
2017: "I'm not crazy. You made me crazy."
Original: "I wrote you 365 letters. I wrote you every day for a year."
2017: "I sent you flowers, like, once. The delivery guy probably gave them to your neighbors on accident."