am I the only one that thinks “I love you.” & “I’m in love with you.” are two totally different things
"I love you" means your heart has made a connection with that person.
"I’m IN love with you" means your heart is invested in them.
no one ever understands when I say this
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Anonymous: 19. Do you want a church wedding? 44. Do you have a strong accent? 88. What do your parents do? 92. Have you already thought of baby names, and if so what are they?
not really, i want a very, very, simple one. preferably outside and near a body of water
i have a thick “Mainer” accent that only comes out when i’m around my friends from up north
my eomma is a team lead for deposit ops at TD
as long as my first born daughter has the name Hope somewhere in there, i don’t really care
Anonymous: You would be like Ariel, you don't talk much but I have a finally you are one amazing chicka!
aw i love Ariel :)
when ur bra and undies match and ur just like Hell yeah, hell yeah
Fuckin’ right Fuckin’ right, all right Hell yeah Hell yeah, hell yeah Fuckin’ right Fuckin’ right, all right
is this really what girls get happy about
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Anonymous: you are very pretty :) xx