Especially common in shows and on channels ("Teen" Nick goes crazy with this) where kids and/or preteens are the main audience.
For extra fun, try saying it about some characters who have Belligerent Sexual Tension.
Now, when most men experience failure they go home with their tail between their legs defeated but that’s not going to be you.
She doesn’t want to pick up the pieces…Upon hearing that she wants a breakup you go into a tirade,“Weeks pass after the breakup and your every attempt to reach out to her are thwarted by her silence. Of course, the Bob experiment will blow up in her face but she doesn’t know that yet.
She Wants To Get Over You Lets switch gears for a moment here. Of course, it’s not like what I am talking about here is groundbreaking stuff.
Yes, we communicate on a daily basis, but no, Yes, she is. There are also instances when the two accused say it simultaneously. Alternately, the accusation made, but not the name, which the defendant then gives up. The number of exclamation marks and how much the characters protest and try to convince people that they just friends wouldn't feel threatened by the accusation.
Usually said with an exclamation point—or ten—at the end, and emphasis on the "NOT", maybe accompanied by breaking something. " is another version, albeit not as common, probably in a 65/35% ratio. Hilarity, if not bloodshed, ensues, because: A common inversion, especially in the second case, is when the speaker is asked about the not girlfriend/boyfriend in question, and they respond with the line, even though the accusation was never brought up in the first place.
In fact, I would probably be so upset that I would ignore HER for a change. So, after days pass and the dust settles both your girlfriend and you are left to pick up the pieces. Lets pretend that Bob is dating your girlfriend and your girlfriend is “head over heels” in love with him.