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Posted: Tuesday, May 27, 2014 12:00 pm

I can never focus on anything as long as I’m sitting by myself ... Not even in exams .. There are always distractions.

I seem to push people out my life, but low key try to see who’ll push harder to stay...

I farted in class and blamed it on the one freshman there.

I don’t wear dresses to look decent, I wear dresses so that way I don’t have to wear pants.

Whenever I go to an ice cream shop, I always test out all the flavors even though I end up getting the same one every time.

People are usually better looking before they speak.

I once ate a baked potato like an apple because I was too lazy to do the dishes.

I like animals more than people.

A really good cologne has an immediate effect on whether I think a guy is attractive or not.

I don’t fear commitment. I fear wasting my time.

If I don’t want to talk to someone, I act like I don’t see them.

When I say nothing is wrong, something is wrong.

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