Who dares interrupt our cuddle time.
EXCUSE YOU, I tease you for being a big city girl from the capital, with yer fancy cinemas and all them highways and public transport for super lazy people (seriously, there is a bus/suway station every 50m, I walk 1km to cram in a bus from the 80s).
You’re so right, I so hate not being stuck in traffic jams because there is more than one main roads, having convenient and cheap(er) transportation, and more than one cinema (where the popcorn isn’t overpriced as well).
Also, lbr, between us who hates your city more?
Has Kida adjusted to life in the big city? — plainapple
Considering that 1) we’ve been visiting here fairly often for decent periods of time, 2) despite the fact that I endlessly tease crooked-pinkies about her being a hillbilly (THAT’S RIGHT) and me being a big city girl, the city I lived in was fairly big, third biggest in the country actually (not that that says a lot considering I live in Greece), and 3) Kida spends approximately 100% of her time inside an apartment, yeah she’s doing fine :D
christmas is so much worse as you get older it’s like “what do you want this year?” “a sense of purpose”
"a career" "financial security" "a sex life" "tuition for grad school" "alcohol" "a nap" "socks would be nice"
"my credit card to be paid off" "a job that allows me to afford my own apartment" "orgasms" "I wouldn’t mind a new set of sheets"
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