Post # 1
This phrase I do not get.
Why not just say, it’s perfect?
Strange little rant.
/edit The idea is that when it is said, one should already assume that it is indeed perfect for them, because, lets face it, nothing is perfection.
Just a question on thought.. discuss lol
Post # 3
Hmmm…interesting thought. I guess the stipulation people put on at the end of the sentence (for us/me) is because perfection is often in the eye of the beholder. For example, my wedding dress is perfect for me, but it may look awful on someone else, therefore it is not actually perfect. But I also see that many times if one person says something is perfect, they are already implying that it is perfect “for them.”
Not sure if that is what you are referring to, but that is just my 2 cents 😀
Post # 4
@SamanthaSadlier: That exactly what I was referring too.
It was perfect. 😉
Post # 5
I think for things that are more unique, yet exactly what you’re looking for although it may not be everyone’s taste?
Was this a rhetorical question?
Post # 6
@SapphireSun: Just a question, wanted to see other peoples points of view.
Its a very common phrase.
Post # 7
I actually don’t like when someone says I have to show you the perfect shirt, house, anything. You liking something doesn’t make it perfect so I’m glad when people acknowledge they mean perfect for them.