Forget the fact that Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart spent the holidays together or have been seen jettin' around the world looking as lovebirdy as ever. It was only a matter of time before we started hearing buzz about a for-real, final, no-turning-back-now breakup. Sounds like they aren't quite there yet, but, a source tells Now magazine there's a chance they could very well could call it quits ... on Valentine's Day!
That's because, apparently, Rob only took Kristen back on a "trial basis" post-Rupert Sanders scandal ... and he's given her a so-called "ultimatum." Rather, it sounds like he's set a deadline of February 14 as a time by which he'll make a long-term decision about their future. In other words, whether he'll be puttin' a ring on it or walkin' away for eva! Awww. How sweet that would be if it didn't also sound totally TWISTED!
Granted, this could be a whole bunch of bunk. In fact, it probably, most definitely is. But say there's even a shred of truth to it. The mere idea of setting a deadline by which you'll decide on the fate of your relationship sounds so ... draconian! Not to mention that to make that deadline Valentine's Day, of all days, is so cruel. For instance, no matter what Rob decides, KStew's kinda screwed either way ... She's either getting dumped or proposed to on a cheesy Hallmark holiday. Seems like neither option would appeal to Little Ms. Above It All.
All right, so, don't get me wrong ... I definitely realize that sometimes, you have to say, "Enough is enough." But when it comes to matters of the heart, how can you put a due date on knowing how you feel or which direction to go in? Love and relationships just don't work like that.
But that doesn't mean Rob isn't apparently still going to try ...
Now's source claims:
Rob's planning to skip most of the upcoming awards parties and spend January focusing on his relationship.
Good for him. Guess we'll just have to wait and see if all that "focusing" helps him make up his mind -- and his heart -- in time for his supposed self-imposed, silly deadline.
How ridiculous does this sound to you?!