In getaway car what does the line "think about the place where you first met me" means? And "now we're both sorry"?
think about the place where you first met me - It means that considering all the circumstances when they met, he really can’t say he’s surprised by the way it all played out. It’s like her saying - “c’mon dude, I was a mess and you saw that and knew it and still went for it and don’t act surprised now cause you’re a grown-ass man and you knew what would happen…” Look, it’s a tale old as time - she was unhappy and needed that one final straw to pull her out of that relationship and once you get out of something like that (something that you fought for and wanted to work out and where you invested so much of yourself), you are gonna be a complete mess and vulnerable as fuck. Doesn’t take much for someone to win you over. And that’s when rebounds happen. Nothing wrong with that. Her point is just that it was a text-book example and that he knew it and he took the chance with that knowledge. So you know, you gotta take the consequences of your actions.
now we’re both sorry - with all that being said, it still doesn’t mean that she or he are not sorry for the way it played out. It obviously left a mark on both. And while he probably wasn’t someone she was in love with, that doesn’t mean she didn’t care or that she didn’t feel like shit for everything that happened. Especially because it seems like he really fell for her… It’s not much of a philosophy actually, classic aftermath of grown-up relationship that was on shaky ground from the first minute and where feelings obviously weren’t exactly reciprocated. We all go thought at least one of those. But for the record, I really find this line both beautiful and painful because in few short words she basically explains ‘there’s no bad blood and in the end we both know what we’ve done and we’re both sorry for all the hurt that came out of it…’