I give up on you. I really thought some day you would be a nice person to someone but I give up. I think you will never change.
You know who should change? You. Less talking and more thinking, missy. Else, some men might just want to shut you up and shove their you-know-what down in your throat.
I was being sarcastic about missing you. Or maybe you should leave me alone and stop seeing only people’s bad sides. Nobody is perfect, you know? Not even you.
Oh. Really? I didn’t notice because you always speak in a ‘I’m very stupid’ tone. Sorry. And nobody told me I’m perfect. I didn’t even say I’m perfect. Is your gossip radar not working now? Or you’re too stupid to understand some words now?
I missed you and your rude words, Lucian.
I didn’t miss you. You should head back to Whoreville where you belong…Or maybe go to Brazil while we casually stay here in Alabama…I’ll buy you your tickets and you can stay with those poor illiterate South Americans.
I don’t need you to give me a lecture on honesty. I know it has to be harsh but it requires yourself to be true. And what you say isn’t always the truth. You gather the negative bits and then drill on with it. That’s not honesty. That’s being biased. And a biased person is not being 100 percent honest.
You just think I drill with it because you can’t handle the truth that’s why you make up some reason to think it’s a lie. Sad really…I’m not biased…Everyone else is just too fragile to accept the truth.
It’s not being honest when you focus on all the negative aspects and don’t appreciate the positive. Being honest means that you know the balance and your judgment is not clouded by the worst in a person.
That’s common respect. Honesty is telling the truth. No matter how hard, how negative, or how hurtful it is. Straightforward and no sugar coating. The library is the second floor of the main building…just ask the librarian if you don’t know where the dictionaries are…