3. “I didn’t think they were your type.”
When it comes to finding a long-term relationship, the concept of having a “type” essentially dissolves for a lot of people. Remember this before questioning someone’s attraction to their S/O.
It’s not ground-breaking that your friend used to say they liked brunettes, but is now dating a blonde person. It shouldn’t be news when they start dating someone three inches shorter than their usual preference. These tiny physical details are inconsequential, superficial aspects that are not important when looking for a long-term partner.