“It is her!” went up a shout from the crowd. “It is the miracle girl! It is the girl who can heal the sick by breaking wind!”
“The most frustrating thought I keep having with this is, those men who did it to me probably didn’t think they did anything wrong.”
“My innocence was lost to a female cousin who was responsible for babysitting and protecting me.”
“Basic white guys in the US wear:
• New Balance shoes
• Gap/Levi’s jeans
• Band T-shirt
• College hoodie.”
This is not hyperbole. This is the nuttiest thing you’ll ever read.
“It’s hard to keep your head up when you can assume everyone’s talking to a bunch of other people at all times too.”
Wow, this guy was unnecessarily rude!
There is a difference though – when we meet someone online, we take the risk of them falling below our expectations in person. That’s true and it is a risk that’s there. But, I believe there’s also reward to be found.
Just imagine if we had good conversation and it felt nice to kiss each other and you didn’t care about my Instagram followers or my acne scars or how many men I’ve slept with or the way I get in the morning before I’ve had coffee.
I think you’re attractive and would love to get to know you without a screen involved.