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    Relax lmao its not that deep.
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    dogs > girls
    no regrets
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    Well hey, maybe you can transform into a Southern murican and **** your dog
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    My family live 4 hours away, I'm not wasting money and time to travel just to see my dog
    Friends? Anyone? I get how hard that must be but if she's allergic and you're planning on taking this relationship further it's kinda going to be a barrier
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    (Original post by LisaNikita)
    And you should laugh at your insecurities. I have Asperger's and he also used to call me "his little freak" and "my autist" etc etc
    Wow, that sounds toxic af.
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    (Original post by trapking)
    Wow, that sounds toxic af.
    kisses were good
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    (Original post by LisaNikita)
    kisses were good
    nice fur coat.
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    You could've atleast ended it with a "-ga"
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    (Original post by LisaNikita)
    And you should laugh at your insecurities. I have Asperger's and he also used to call me "his little freak" and "my autist" etc etc
    Bloody hell. Sounds like a real keeper.
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    (Original post by Zangoose)
    See, thing is... There are 2 ''n' words'. One ending in 'a' and the other ending in 'er'. The first one is more acceptable from what it seems and tbh you could just pretend like you got the two mixed up (assuming this is true, of course)
    From what I understood, the "n" word ending in "a" is only acceptable if black people use it themselves to talk about themselves or another black person [or in rap songs]. I don't think it is acceptable for a non black person to ever use it. I could be wrong, but that was my understanding. Unless an individual black person is OK with a non black friend or someone calling them that, as they know they are saying it like a black person would, i.e. not offensively. But in OP's case, just to, in an argument as well,blurt out that word in an angry way. If I was his girlfriend I would never speak to him again, if i'm honest.
 
 
 
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