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conflicting advice

I don't understand.


Am I supposed to fight for you?

Or am I supposed to have you come to me?


Fuckin... tell me already.


Do you want me to show up at some bar randomly

and curb stomp the girl you're fucking that night?


Or am I just supposed to wait to have you come over and say,

" Your tendency to be aloof captivates me, and although I've been pounding pussy left and right, yours is the one I'd like to keep"


What the fuck, and you haven't even seen me when I clean up good.


And baby I clean up great. Maybe you'll have to wait to see me on a date with a different mate to get it.


Empty threats. Just come over and air-fuck me. I'm skinny for a reason.

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