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Either that or the remote. Or was it something else? The car keys were a bit gross, even though I -did- say they were delicious at the time.
I -hate- paw-paw. Is it a vegetable? Fruit? Something? Regardless, since i can’t think of anything legitimately inedible right now, that’s my answer
Polyamory and open relationships are like Communism. GREAT idea, designed to give all the best things in a relationship to someone without the pitfalls of a monogamous one. Only trouble is, I’ve yet to see an example that hasn’t been corrupted by the fact that -people- are involved. And I’ve seen a lot of polyamorous relationships corrupted because there are people involved. That’s just my opinion about it, and if I were shown a working polyamorous relationship that doesn’t end in heartbreak, tears and possibly grand arson, I’d be inclined to change it.
…Goose? And you have a speech impediment?
So, ask what you like. I’ll probably answer. Probably. http://formspring.me/JGollagher
In some cases yes, in other cases, not so much. In the end, it’s all about the person it’s effecting. The way I see it, a second chance has to be -given-. Either by the person you’ve failed or hurt, or yourself. The whole point is that it is in fact a -chance-. Sometimes it’s just not worth it. So in the strictest sense, yes, I do believe in second chances. I just don’t believe they should be given out for free.
How did you get this number?
Nothing! I just woke up, you jackass. No music for you. Mnyyeeeeehhhhh
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