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Could've been

Could've been by ladyhildegarde
Could've been, a photo by ladyhildegarde on Flickr.

Love this.

I wonder if people get me sometimes. I have always thought it sweet when people apologize for cursing in front of me, but fuck is like my favorite word.

I have always had hang-ups about how to deal with people. Like sometimes people will assume I'm really sweet and Christian and I'm like, um, so, are you going to like the real me?

I have a mish mash of ethics, hang-ups and personal beliefs that don't correspond to organized religion I've studied, so I try to just not worry about it.

It's funny too, when I'm in safe harbor is when I get so mad, in retrospect.

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