I reached out for help, and he ignored it. Funny, I think. He told me he was an asshole. Should have believed it.
He called me crazy, threatened to “show me what he could do” if he ever saw me in person, and laughed off any semblance of my being offended.
Unfortunately the 2015 Myspace layout looks like MSN and Yahoo!’s homepages made a baby, but then they went on Maury and found out MSN was not the father — AOL’s Homepage is actually the baby daddy.
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People PAY to see my body. When that realization hit me — holy shit, I still can’t stop grinning.
I thought I didn’t want idols. I sneered at greats. Paying homage was for nerds and fans.
“My boyfriend wants me to stop writing about my ex-boyfriends,” is what I supposedly said.
Before the online dating scene came about, or at least before it was present in my life, I was making friends online.
I am not saying that technology is affecting how readily we fall in love…at least, not yet.
Let’s face it, the culture of thought on the internet has been diminished to a vanishing point and we are all to blame. But who says our happiness has to suffer for it?