PACEY: You’re gonna throw it away?
JOEY: The wrapper, yes.
PACEY: If this is about —
JOEY: — It’s about you carrying my bag off the bus yesterday. It’s about how at the movies, when you get the popcorn you bring me a napkin so I don’t have to wipe the butter on my jeans. Or how last week, at miniature golf, you made sure you always shot first so I could see which path worked best.
PACEY: That was just —
JOEY: — You taught me to drive. You knew the bracelet I wore to the prom last year was my mother’s. You kissed me first sweet heart and you counted to ten before you kissed me again in case I wanted to stop you. You…you bought a wall for me.
PACEY: I didn’t so much buy it as —
JOEY: — Three months alone on a boat and you understood without a word why I wasn’t ready.
Do you really have to ask now why I am? So… in about ten seconds, I’m going to start kissing you. And if you don’t want me to… well, then I guess you’re just gonna have to stop me.
Ten my love.