They were made for each other!
Have a look at this story about a romantic couple, Jack and Diane:
Jack and Diane met on Valentine’s Day, 2011 when they went on a blind date. They hit it off right away. Some people said it was love at first sight. That night, they spent several hours chatting, laughing and making eyes at each other. They dated several times after that, and even went on a double date with Jack’s friends Brad and Angelina.
Diane was crazy about Jack, and soon he was head over heels for her. In April, Diane told her sister that Jack stole her heart, and Jack also realized that she was the one.
Jack popped the question to Diane one warm April afternoon in Central Park. She said yes, so they got engaged. In May, they got hitched in Las Vegas. Their close friends, Brad and Angelina, were with them when they tied the knot. Everyone knew that they were made for each other.
Now, take a look at this conversation, which uses the same idioms:
Serena: I went on an awesome blind date last night.
Chuck: Cool! So you guys really hit it off?
Serena: Oh Yeah! I think it’s love at first sight.
Chuck: Really? Did you spend the whole night making eyes at each other?
Serena: Something like that. He says he wants to date me again tomorrow night.
Chuck: That’s great. We should go on a double date someday.
Serena: Are you still crazy about Blair?
Chuck: Yep. Totally head over heels for her. She stole my heart.
Serena: Wow! Do you think she’s the one?
Chuck: Yep! We’re made for each other. In fact, I popped the question last night.
Serena: You got engaged!? Why didn’t you tell me before!
Chuck: I just did, ha ha! We’ve decided to get hitched next month in Vegas.
Serena: I hope you’re going to invite me to the wedding. I want to see you tie the knot!
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