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i see what you mean

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last night i was listening to "not a pretty girl" (entire album) and i had to stop because her voice had me bawling at my desk while i was trying to write an essay for class. and this guy i know said he didn't "have much for tori amos", but he'd "fuck her voice". there's a wide variety of things that attract people to one another--a wide variety of things considered to be erotic. i think facial expressions are the best source of personal expression and can tell so much about a person that i can either be drawn like a magnet or repelled instantly by them. it's odd.

but several people have told me that i have more facial expressions than anyone they've ever met. i think i'd be afraid to meet me, in that case.



i see what you mean

Posted to Utterances




last night i was listening to "not a pretty girl" (entire album) and i had to stop because her voice had me bawling at my desk while i was trying to write an essay for class. and this guy i know said he didn't "have much for tori amos", but he'd "fuck her voice". there's a wide variety of things that attract people to one another--a wide variety of things considered to be erotic. i think facial expressions are the best source of personal expression and can tell so much about a person that i can either be drawn like a magnet or repelled instantly by them. it's odd.

but several people have told me that i have more facial expressions than anyone they've ever met. i think i'd be afraid to meet me, in that case.