Q: what do you mean by the daily fancy

haha i mean like you see someone and you either have that whole stare off ‘is this love at first sight’ thing which is insanely fun/hopeful or sometimes its one-sided and you’re just sitting there imagining that they’ll make some massive gesture like in the movies about how they cant take their eyes off you, and youll realise its not cringe at all like it can be in movies bc its actually happening to you. but then you realise its not as you leave the restaurant/supermarket/where you are and you move on haha definition of a daily fancy


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Q: I don't get why people today look for one night flings or just 'get' with each other. do people not look for more than that now? people seem to not treat each other the way people deserve to be treated, it's like you're just something to add to their list. This is coming from a guy, so don't worry I'm not a lonely girl who is complaining. I just don't get it. It's not what I want

ah i know you wont but ill say it anyway-please come off anon, i want to know you haha! i cant say i dont like a bit of fun but overall im very old school, i dont see the point in getting with everyone and anyone either - as cringe as it may sound, i want to talk to someone and get to know them. The worst is when two people just get with eachother and literally walk away pretty much - im like what? what was that? why? Idk its all about talk i guess? its as if they’re not doing something or in a relationship for themselves but for what they can share about it to others. idk i feel ya, where is the class


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Q: crush?

not really anyone in particular, ofc theres the daily fancy haha (dont lie you have it too) 


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Q: What's the worst part about being a teenager?

ooh interesting question! the worst part hmm not to sound pessimistic but two things: firstly, freedom and at the same time lack of. Nobody is ever on the same page with how much you should have, or how much you shouldn’t have. I feel like people say they’ll give you freedom, and when you take it, you get criticised for it (then they’ll use the fact that you’re too young as an excuse, when at other times, they’ll claim you’re too old to be doing something/relying on someone). And then there’s the stereotype of being a teenager that comes with being a teenager. Everyone assumes you are rude, selfish, lazy and completely lacking developed morals - I mean some of this can be true sometimes, but I hate when people have preconceived ideas of an entire group of people. Half of us are not that way, and I can confidently say so. We all have our moments, but a lot of us want to help, do well and carry on this world successfully too. It can be a battle of constantly proving that you’re one of them. Otherwise, the teenage years are pretty good, let’s be honest, it’s fun growing up


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