Posted October 02, 2018 04:28:13The first thing I wanted to do was ask you to take off the top of my headpiece so I could see my locks.
I wanted it to be a surprise and to be my little gift to you, so I didn, too.
I told you about my life as a lesbian, and how I’m a great locksmith, so that’s the way I’m telling you now.
But my boyfriend is a lesbian.
He’s a man.
And I’m afraid he may have just been turned on by the sight of my locks, but I can’t stop thinking about it.
He was in a relationship for a year and a half and he was a good man, but he just never understood how to be comfortable with his own sexuality, and I think I’m lucky that I’m still a good locksmith.
So I told him.
I’m not asking you to love me.
I just want you to respect my sexuality.
And if you don’t, you’re going to find me a new boyfriend.
But if you do love me, you will respect me.
You’re not going to take my keys, you are going to leave my keys with my boyfriend.
He is not going be able to take them back.
And you will leave my house, with my keys and my keys.
He will be able go anywhere he wants, and that’s fine, but if he does take them, you have to be there to protect me.
But don’t forget about me, my locks and my boyfriend, I’m the most precious thing you have, because I’m your partner and my partner is the most valuable thing in the world.
So please, just let him be.
Let him be who he is, and love him.
And just know that I will never, ever leave you, not even if I’m homeless and you’re not home.
And it’s OK to let go, because if you’re a good person, I can trust you.
I can love you.
You are the most important person I’ve ever known, and my life is worth living.
So if you want to be your best self, don’t take my locks away, but respect me as a locksmith and treat me as an equal, and be a good boyfriend and not a bad person.
So, what do you think?
Do you agree with me?
Are you a lesbian?
Do not be a bad boyfriend, but a decent person.