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how does one tell

one butterfly from another?

when they both reside inside your chest,

who can know the color of their wings?

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dammit jess stop eating all the samples in biology class

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holla holla get dolla

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I’m probably wrong but does Jess like 2 people?


what is life without love?

what is love without pain?

what is pain without suffering?

but is love suffering?

-Connor

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3 hours ago, thepensword said:

so basically the answer is jess is incapable of telling the difference between liking someone as a potential friend or as a potential romantic interest and it's frustrating

I've had that problem it sucks.

In my experience, if you lie in bed at night thinking about them you probably like them, or if you look at them randomly and you catch them looking at them, or if when you two see each other those, butterflies that you ate in biology come to life. 

But if none of these are true then you two were probably meant to be friends.

That is my two cents, basically, follow your heart because it is usually right.

I kinda like trying (and sometimes succeeding) to fix people’s problems, feel free to ignore my advice.

 

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Advice for Jess

what is life without love?

what is love without pain?

what is pain without suffering?

but is love suffering?

-Connor

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