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oh butterscotch.

I just went over the comments that have been piquing my curiosity

And I kind of feel stupid now.

Dear random asshole,

why don't you just tell me who you are?

Its going to save me a lot of heartache and I'm sure you want to let me know.


  1. my dear.
    I wish I could just say my name

    you poems touch me where no one else can

    but there are a couple fears on my end as well.

    for one, I could just be a convincing impostor of your ideal anoniman
    telling you the truth could only sadden both of us.

    so, for now I remain silent and imagine the poems in your voice

    Ill tell you in person when I see you again.

    which will not be as far off as you may think.

  2. what a shame.
    I had a feeling there was someone better in your head.

    wasn't my intention to impersonate your one night stand.

    im sure he will come around again sometime.

  3. oh well

    at least it makes a pretty good story don't you think?

  4. sure thing,

    I will always have fond memories of you Cami.

    even if it's not mutual.

  5. i bet its exciting to get comments, but doesn't it ever freak you out?
    -Anonymous girl (public hair,booty call sympathizer ;-( )

  6. It freaked me out in the beginning but now it's just a way to pass the time

    As long as they aren't malicious or threatening, they don't bother me


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