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Emma Stone And Andrew Garfield Are Through

Here's a big helping of bummersauce.

We'd love to tell you otherwise, (again) but it looks like Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield have broken up their web of love and gone separate ways for real this time.

The "Amazing Spider-Man" co-stars-slash-BF/GF-slash-partners-in-awesome have been at the center of many a split report this year, but according to People this one's the real deal, and they've actually been separated for several months now as they work on their independent pics -- with Emma spending her summer in "La La Land" with Ryan Gosling and Andrew shooting for Martin Scorsese's "Silence" in Taiwan.

"There was no drama, they've been apart while working. They still care about each other," a source told the mag. "They still have love for one another. They are on good terms with each other and remain close."

Moment for sobs? We'll join you.

But before we let this parting give us too much sweet sorrow, we thought it might be nice to remind ourselves of a few coupley things that these two brought to the table that'll always have a place in our hearts.

  • Like the time(s) they used their paparazzi attention for good.
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    Emma and Andrew were so brill together that one day after they found themselves followed by photogs to their breakfast spot, they walked out sporting face-covering signs that raised awareness for their favorite charitable organizations (including Youth Mentoring Connection, Autism Speaks, The Worldwide Orphans Foundation, and Gilda’s Club). And, yes, this totally became a trendy thing to do afterwards because these two set fame goals like bosses.

  • Or all the times they were adorable beyond.

    And there were mannnnnnnny. But the one that springs right to mind is when they hilariously photobombed a woman who was trying to sneak a pic of the pair during dinner out because that raised the awesome bar to extra high levels for everyone.

  • And, hey, we might still get that book.
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    Andrew once promised to pay tribute to the wonder of his lady in literary format, and we're totally gonna hold him to that. "I will write a book one day about how I feel about every aspect of Emily Stone," he said on Good Morning America. He may or may not have been joking there, but since he followed it up by saying that Em's "a full genius" and that "everyone who works with her, everyone who brushes shoulders with her or even makes eye contact with her gets a shot of sunshine," we're thinking that was Chapter 1 right there.