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I asked myself how I felt. This was the answer I gave, ice cream snickers and all.
And the truth is: I really don't know.
I really couldn't tell you how I feel about her.
Actually, I'm sorry, thats not entirely true. I could easily tell you each individual thought I have about her and me and everything that is in between us and surrounding us.
Unfortunately when you bring all those things together (as life tends to do) well I couldn't interpret my feelings on that mess for anything.
Not even an ice cream snickers bar.
Submitted on 2008-02-14 21:47:16
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i think it's cute :)
the mind does think in such abstract ways...
i shudder whenever i'm asked how i feel about something...
would anyone really want to take the time to sort it out?
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