Of course, as we know, Dorothy, welling up with tears, replies, "Shut up, just shut up. You had me at, 'Hello.'"
We loved it. A great scene. Many of us also had tears in our eyes... the good ones win. Yea!
But, over the years, I've discovered that I don't need to be "completed." I'm not missing some vital part of myself; an empty void that only she can fill. Nor do I want to be with someone that feels that she has an empty spot inside of her. I'm looking for a woman that makes us a couple that can accomplish great things. We don't complete each other, we enhance each other. Though, I admit, "You enhance me," just doesn't have the same ring to it.
So, on that note, it's not, "You complete me."
It's, "You help me complete this bottle so I don't drink the whole damn thing by myself."
That's true love.