Translation: “I love you more than life.”
They are gonna make it, they are really gonna make it! I know I implied (AKA flat out said) that this relationship was nothing more than a mutual obsession whose flame seemed destined to quickly flare out, but I am man enough to admit when I am wrong. Forget tattooing someone's name on your arm after two months of seeing one another, because not even permanent ink is as much of a promise of love everlasting as a loosely translated quote posted on Twitter.
I take back everything I said before. Grete Sadieko isn't going to graduate college and realize it's totally unnatural for a man fresh out of a defunct marriage to rebound by immediately committing himself to a 23 year old. Not when all she has to do is go to a public website to read the sweet, seductive Estonian words that once convinced her otherwise. A union that seemingly went 0-to-100 real quick isn't eventually going to accelerate right into a wall. No sir. Not when all RG3 needs to do to remind himself of how much he adores his new significant other is glance at his forearm as he repeats the reassuring words of a Northern European Baltic region. At first it seemed unorthodox for someone that wedded young and divorced shortly thereafter to be jumping at the chance for another relationship, but you can't argue with a love so pure that it manifests itself through social media posts. The couples who instantaneously value each other more than life itself and feel the need to tell the world about it are always the couples whose fire burns eternally.
P.S. How mad must his ex-wife be? You know she's online stalking the shit out of him, and she just had to plug some random, indecipherable phrase into Google Translate just to learn that she's already a complete afterthought? Would NOT want to be an inanimate object within an arm's length of her right now.