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I thought I was snow white til I melted away

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Still I want to be your lady..

I never thought I would be the kind of friend who got her friends coming over to her to get advice on how to dismiss a boy tactfully.

Written form is the only way I am full-fledged in the diplomatic sector.

So here I was dismissing a 52 year old man, a man my girlfriend knew she would have to meet again, so being direct with no possibility to misunderstand but still keeping it kind was of great importance.

I would agree if you told me  that is my best sector.

The reason for my consent would be that I know I can be really mean, and each time I am, I will be mean to a person with purpose which is even worse. I will let my words flow without thought - just current feeling. I know myself well enough to know when I am about to take a step too far. I also know it only happens when I let the feeling take a hold of me without thinking twice about the chosen words.

The only moments the sentiment ‘regret’ hits me.

So therefor, I would personally say being purposely nice to someone is easy. I am practising being nice to people everyday. I am practising giving my apology each time I fail through. 

Choosing your words carefully - oh, isn’t that the artform they call writing.

I am grateful that I got to help her out tonight. Thanks to all the, whoever made me good at this, for making my techniques in the process of dismissal to no longer be a process. Just a simple flow of words that will make you get the point quick but as soft as a cotton wrapped knife. 

Over and out. 

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h-o-r-n-g-r-y:

“Vincent van Gogh”, by John Peter Russell, 1886.
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam

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wildbelles:

more like this here x

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Detail of Jupiter and Io by Correggio

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laclefdescoeurs:

His Master’s Aim, 1922, Frank Califano

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Diorissimo’, illustration réalisée par René Gruau en 1956

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Oh yeah, right, I forgot to tell you… In one week I start Bikram yoga. Oh yeah, right, I forgot to tell you… I am scared too.

At midnight I order clothes from Acne without even noticing that I am still awake.

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