It’s not you, it’s me: I’m just not mature enough for a snap streak

Hey, listen, there’s no easy way to say this, so I’m just going to let it out… this just isn’t working for me, I’m sorry.

Look. It’s not you, it’s me. I’m just not mature enough for a snap streak.

We’ve had our ups, we’ve had our downs, and saying goodbye is heartbreaking. But I just don’t deserve you. You can do so much better than this. You deserve more than a blurry picture of my wall, with the text “streak” written on top of it. You deserve depth, conversation, and I just can’t give that to you. My selfies are weak and my phone can’t even register filters. We’re sitting next to each other, but our hearts have two different geofilters.

Don’t get me wrong; I wanted this to work. But how many times do you have to fail to realize it’s not working out? We would send a snap or two a day, make it a week, and then I would forget to reply. Over and over, we’d have to restart our streak. You deserve somebody who can maintain this commitment.

I hate disappointing you but I find myself doing it again and again. I can’t give you what you need, I can’t support you the way you need me to, I’m just not there for you. You’re one of my Snap-Best Friends, but I can’t even make it onto your list anymore. What does that say about the future?

Relationships have reachers and grabbers, and we all know who’s who in our relationship. Your snap score is so much higher than mine. And what about your Super BFF? He has a heart next to his name. I bet he could treat you better.

I know the timing isn’t great, but I just needed to get this out. I’m writing myself out of your Snapchat story.
I hope we can still be snap-friends.

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