Pete Davidson Gifts Ariana His Most Prized Posession: His Late Dad's FDNY Badge
When Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson announced their engagement, it caused quite the internet hullabaloo.
There have been some insane theories regarding their relationship, some comparisons to other hasty celebrity engagements, and Selena Gomez's "response" to ex Justin Bieber's knot-tying announcement has even entered the Grande-Davidson conversation.
Some people are sick and tired of Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande's public and online demonstrations of affection, like Seth Rogen, who had this little Instagram exchange with love-struck Davidson on Instagram.
While I get where Rogen's coming from, I think I side with Ariana here when she says that "love is lit," and that the people hating on their amazing feelings for one another should just focus on creating that euphoric sentiment in their own lives.
And although there are tons of people who believe that this crazy passion between the two can't last, you can't deny that they are head-over-heels for each other. Something Davidson made abundantly clear when he handed Ariana his late father's FDNY badge on a necklace. He posted a photo of his main squeeze wearing it on his Instagram page.
Something that more than a few people took issue with.
For some, it was because Davidson's father, Scott, died during the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11th.
"No girl should ever wear your dad's chain. So disrespectful."
Davidson responded, letting the poo-pooer know that his father would've loved Ariana and would be very happy to see the two of them together.
"For ur information that’s not just some girl. That’s my fiancé. She’s the greatest person I know. I gave it to her because she has my heart and that is the most precious thing I own. my dad would be so happy and love her so much."
Then there were some people who had a problem with Davidson's Instagram post for other reasons.
Mainly that they're sick and tired of seeing how lovey-dovey they're acting.
While others think it's a clear sign that this whole thing is happening way too fast.
A bunch of others, however, believe that the gesture is super sweet, and aren't down and out about love.
Their relationship has already been a treasure trove of moments, like the wonderful lollipop photo, which was summarily turned into a meme.
And a quality meme with some long-term potential, at that.
Whether it's roasting your own inexplicable romantic interest choices.
Or just wanting to get some rest.
And if astrology is your thing, then you've come to the right meme.
All right I'm a Taurus, and that one is painfully accurate.
But don't worry, other signs, Instagram account notallgeminis has you covered.
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See? I told you the potential was limitless.