Sorry thank you compilation

Because ex said I’m too clingy and prying, it’s really horrifying to ask someone as like “what are you up to?” Or “what you gonna do after?” …

Why everyone realizes so late? If we are sorry about something, or thankful about something. shouldn’t we just tell straightly to that person? Why 밀땅 is exist and i need to do it for long-term relationship? Can’t we just say “I like you” in 2 days? 🤔 why people say I’m a bad relation-er because I don’t hide much of my feeling? Is it really bad to express too much 🤔 guys really run away if they feel it’s too much 🤔 would you feel that I’m needy and demanding if I text/call you too much 🤔 really 🤔 how much is too much 🤔 how do i measure the moderate amount 🤔

sorry means nothing if that’s for what you did in the past, so does thanks.

나중에 미안하다고 고맙다고 하지 않으려면 있을 때 잘하면 된다. 나중에 헤어져도 후회하지 않을만큼 미련없이 사랑하고, 잘해주면 된다. 너무 교과서 같지만;; 사실인걸!

Dear PMS sir,
Hi, could you please flush blood asap so I don’t suffer from mood swings, (include depression, irritation and hollowness), bloating from excessive-nonstop eating, tits pain and sleep deprivation. It’s unfair, I have only 3-4 days of actual period and the fuck hormones bothers me about 7-10days, or maybe more. If you don’t listen to me, i’m sending another email to your manager, Period god. If he ignores me too, well, fuck you two then
fuck you

regards,

C

Comments 12

  1. Big country 25/07/2017

    Ok, but when you explain humour it suddenly doesn’t seem very funny!

    in the English speaking world the oral contraceptive pill has always been known since the as “The pill.” Just “the pill.” That is because it is famous. So when you asked mr e “What pill?” it was amusing. But in a nice way. It makes you seem cute and cuddly to we native English speakers. : – )

    • Chelsea 25/07/2017

      Oh 🤦🏻‍♀️ so he meant the contraception pill right..ㅋ damn i thought there’s another pill, like xanax or valium etc happy pills 🤷🏻‍♀️

  2. Anonymous 25/07/2017

    Ok, but when you explain humour it suddenly doesn’t seem very funny!
    in the English speaking world the oral contraceptive pill has always been known since the as “The pill.” Just “the pill.” That is because it is famous. So when you asked mr e “What pill?” it was amusing. But in a nice way. It makes you seem cute and cuddly to we native English speakers. : – )

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