I think when Mike's with Harvey he often gets carried away (in love) and then suddenly he's like /I have a fiance. I have a fiance. I have a fiance/ and says something like "right. I have to go. got to do blahblahblah for the wedding." because I've noticed /so many/ of their out-of-work conversations ending with Mike getting up and going, mentioning Rachel and the wedding. It's ridic.
Lmaooooo it’s literally like he forgets himself when he’s with Harvey, because Mike can be his entire self 100%. He’s never had to hide anything from Harvey, or pretend to be something else, Harvey’s seen him at his worst and still accepts him for who he is, if anything, it probably strengthened their relationship.
I think there’s a quote floating around somewhere, recently, either PJA or Gabriel saying how in a friendship you can get away with more, like, your friends see the most of you - that sometimes your romantic partners don’t.
And it’s like, I mean, I disagree with it so hard. Because when you’re with the right person, they see all of you - 100% - and they’re your best friend. Or they should be. They should be your bestest friend, above everybody else, the person you’re planning on spending the rest of your life with, and I feel like if he’s saying that Harvey sees more sides of Mike than Rachel does…
It’s blatantly obvious who Mike should really be with. And honestly that’s not even goggles on, that’s basic fact. If your other half isn’t your best friend, if they don’t get to see the good, bad and ugly sides of you… or maybe it’s just how I’ve been brought up on relationships. Maybe not everyone believes that, I dunno.