Imagine how fucking high Hyde must had been to say "yes" to a "be mine" card...
High? Imagine how fucking ORGASMED he must had been when Jackie showed him that card and he, like a damn moron, said “yes”. I bet Jackie doesn’t let him live that one, It’s her revenge for every time he has made fun of her romantic ways.
“Jackie, calling each other for only pet names is ridiculous”
“Shut up, you said ‘yes’ to a card”
“YOU SAID YES TO AN INANIMATE OBJECT THAT ASKED YOU TO BE MINE”
At some point it must had become a joke between them, especially when he started to use it to his own adventage, like
“I’m not taking you anywhere with that ugly concert shirt, change your clothes!”
“Sorry, nope, I’m yours, you are taking me as I come. You gave me that card, didn’t say anything about dressing code”
She wants to hate it but coming with more creative and ridiculous ideas of how to use the card for their adventage is so funny, even in that moment she said that in the show, he just kid of
#she’s good at this shit #i have made a mistake #damn (gif credit)
But think about this. Maybe the reason he doesn’t make a big deal out of it, why he doesn’t stop her from keeping the joke it’s because when the card happened, it was their second Valentine’s together, it was the ‘anniversary’ of the ‘ge toff my boyfriend’ shit. So honestly? Better have this memory than that one.
“She [Jackie] had a fantastic desire for historical knowledge, and she was a sponge once she learned it. She caught every nuance. And she wanted to know American history not just for herself, but for her husband. They were almost competitive in the knowledge they consumed; very much like Henry and Clare Luce, in trying to one-up the other on historical facts and so forth, and I think on many points, well, he almost acquiesced that she knew more about history than he did.” ~Letitia Baldrige
“I’d say that he was devoted to Jackie. I’d say that it was absolutely unquestionable. But of course–it didn’t mean he didn’t have an eye for others. He was made that way, but undoubtedly he and Jackie got along like a house on fire; they were always having fun together.” ~Frank O’Ferrall
“I think he greatly admired some of Jackie’s qualities. But often I think he reacted very differently to things than she did because he had a less introverted nature. At least, this is the way he seemed to me. But sometimes he would look at her with a really puzzling look, but he would never say anything hurting to anybody. She was constantly writing him little jingles and poems and bringing him little presents with appropriate rhymes accompanying them…Jackie had a sometimes fairly distorted sense of humor, but nobody could be funnier.” ~Janet Lee Auchincloss
This Valentines Day, do what Jackie would do: buy yourself some flowers, actually write out all the reasons why you love yourself, run across the beach into your own arms, and NEVER settle for anything less than what you deserve.