May As Well Or Might As Well. For me to love you now. There’s nothing to do here.
There isn’t a better option. They are both fairly informal. We can use them to say what we think is the easiest or most logical course of action when we cannot see a better alternative.
Might As Well Is More Common Than May As Well:
Definition of might/may as well. If you say that you might as well do something, or that you may as well do it, you mean that you will do it although you do not have a strong desire to do it and may even feel slightly unwilling to do it. May/might as well (do something) used for saying that you will do something because it seems best in the situation that you are in, although you may not really want to do it:
Might As Well Is Used When Talking About Doing Something That Would Make More Sense To Complete Rather Than Not Do (I.e., Going Home After Work But “Might As Well” Pop To The Store On Your Way Back).
Both the phrases may as well and might as well mean the same; For me to love you now. ‘might as well’ and ‘may as well’ are fixed expressions, and fairly informal.
There Isn’t A Better Option.
There is no point in pursuing another course of action. Other entries for this word. May/might as well (do something) used for saying that you will do something because it seems best in the situation that you are in, although you may not really want to do it:
We May As Well Go Home.
Now let's look at the sentences with might as well: (informal) should we start now? If you say that something, usually something bad, might as well be true or may as well be true, you mean that the situation is the same or almost the same as if it were true.
Since Nobody Else Wants The Job, I Might As Well Give It To Him.
Used for suggesting something when you cannot think of anything better to do. We can use them to say what we think is the easiest or most logical course of action when we cannot see a better. No one has come to the meeting.