Friday, March the 9th, 2007

Fuelled perhaps by events I’ve disclosed recently, I’ve been persuaded to “put myself out there” and “see more people,” before it’s “too late.” Sadly, this has been the source of some heartache, as I am a stranger to being turned down.

You see, I’ve always managed to avoid rejection, just like how I’ve always prevented my slaves from staging a violent and bloody uprising: not keeping slaves.

Perhaps I should be more discerning as to who I ask out. It’s just, though her beauty was only skin deep, being size 0, she seemed beautiful all the way through.

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