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Something, you, fangirls should never do XDAlright, so here is an advice from me. When you saw a person on the streets, a stranger, and he/she looks like an anime character, don't look over at them. Why? I'm gonna tell you what happened today. I was going to my grandmother to visit her a little and stupid me, I went at her when it was dark outside. Then I saw a guy leaning on a brick-wall smoking a cigarette, been all badass or whatever. I mean it, he looked like 2p Canada. I was like 'The fuck?'. I didn't noticed that I was staring at him and he looked over at me and said 'What are you looking at?' in a rude voice. I snapped out of it and said 'nothing' like a stupid school girl. What he said next made me pick up speed and run away. He said 'Come over here.' I run, that's what I did and I only hear him chuckle, amuzed by my reaction. TT_TT
An Arachnophobic's IronyThose eight legs that gives me fear
The chill I get when they are near
Oh, how I fear them oh so much
Yet I crave for your touch
You are one of them, are you not?
Taking in anything that is caught?
Still I'm drawn to you like a bug
Slowly becoming my new drug
Please entangle me in your web
I will welcome every single thread
I won't struggle nor will I flee
Bite the venom right into me
I do not wish to sound desperate
Fear of you leaving because of it
Yet I can't help but be lovesick
A dragonfly caught in this fabric
These creatures put me such horror
So why are you not part of my terror?
My greatest fear is my love, I see
This is an arachnophobic's irony
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