9 Lines from Love Songs & Romantic Movies That Are Horrifyingly Creepy

You're on the Internet, so you well know today is Valentine's Day. If you're in one of those "relationships" you probably woke up to heart-shaped pancakes and mimosas in bed delivered by little cherubin cupid butlers or whatever it is that happens to people "in love" on "Valentine's Day." (I have no idea what actually happens to people in healthy relationships on Feb. 14 because I myself have never been one of those people. So these are just my assumptions).

If you're flying solo today and the only romance you're getting is that cute card your mom sent or some heart-shaped doughnuts a co-worker brought in... and if you're most certainly hitting Happy Hour come 5 o'clock... I'm with you, sister.

No matter what your plans, though, you will most certainly be bombarded with all things rosey and lovey dovey. But tread lightly dear lovers, some famous romantic films and love songs are rife with crazy. RIFE, I SAY!

In fact, out of context, these 9 lyrics and quotes are anything but Valentine's Day appropriate. Enjoy.

'P.S. I Love You'

“Are you going to make me sleep in the tub again?”

— Gerry

Pro tip: If your lover ever makes you sleep in the bath tub, it’s time to move on.

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Backstreet Boys

“I don’t care who you are/Where you’re from/What you did/ As long as you love me.”

— “As Long As You Love Me”

Seriously, what did she do? I want to know. Is this a Mary and Watson situation?

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'Notting Hill'

“The thing is, with you I’m in real danger. It seems like a perfect situation, apart from that foul temper of yours.”

— William


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The Beatles

“If I don’t just don’t treat you right/You’ll never leave me and you know it’s true ”

— “You Like Me Too Much”

There is just so much NOPE going on with this.

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'When Harry Met Sally'

“I love that you get cold when it’s 71 degrees out.”

— Harry

Um, maybe you should take Sally to the doctor or get her a coat.

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Lady Antebellum

I’m a little drunk and I need you now.”

— “Need You Now”

Put. Down. Your. Cell. Phone.

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'Love Actually'

“Invite him out for a drink and then, after about twenty minutes, casually drop into the conversation the fact that you’d like to marry him and have lots of sex and babies.”

— Harry to Sarah

Maybe I should stop taking these movies literally and I wouldn’t be alone year after year on Valentine’s Day.

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“No complaints from my body, so fluorescent under these lights.”

— “Drunk in Love”

Oh, ok, gross, you’re in a hospital. Morgue? Please don’t ever take this out of context ever, Bey.

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'Gone With the Wind'

“No, I don’t think I will kiss you, although you need kissing, badly.”

— Rhett Butler

Is that a threat? I think that’s a threat.