By ewhy - 23/04/2014 18:37 - United States - Merced
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Hey guys ! OP here. To the people that say he might not be that bad: I'm sorry but I wouldn't be able to keep talking to a person that has a foot fettish, call me shallow but I'm not only about looks. He's cute and all but I wouldn't be able to get past it. I gave him my number exactly to get to know him, this was yesterday. This morning he started with the pictures of toes. The only reason he started with pictures of toes is because he saw my feet in a picture I had sent of the jeans I was wearing earlier. I just stopped texting him, wish me the best! Thanks for the feedback!!
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So he has foot fetish, you should probably tell him your not interested
#43, step 1) go to Facebook. Step 2) find the average, stereotypical white girl's page (you'll recognize her by her love of Starbucks and Leonardo DiCaprio, also by her constant misquoting of philosophical people and spurting of lyrics out of context). Step 3) scream and tear your hair out at the massacre of grammar and all other English laws. Or not.
We never called him an idiot. I just pointed out the simple fact that it bugs me that people still make errors like that after being taught the difference for years. I'm no where near perfect, and I'm more than aware of that. I didn't bitch at him in any way. I said it irks me that PEOPLE.. people. not him in general.
You spelling "know" like "no" is the same they probably use the correct term/spelling on formal document and such, but this isn't it's just a web site to pass the time in life and sometimes it's just easy not to f**k around with grammar and spellings if other know what they mean! f**k balls.
#69, the problem people have with "your" and "you're" being mixed up is a grammatical issue, not a spelling one. "Your" is possessive and would be used as, "it's your fault." "You're" is a compound word, combing "you" and "are," and would be used as "you're the reason it happened." Mixing them up is often seen as ridiculous because of the apostrophe and fact that they're so easy to differentiate if you just pay attention (unless you have dyslexia). Wow, I just gave a stranger on the internet a lesson on grammar. Again. What am I doing with my life?
#86, while I should be rehearsing with my best friend since I have the lead in the next musical (and yes, I seriously have to since I go to a performing arts school and love the arts). It's counterproductive for me to spread knowledge, sometimes. #112, damn! You caught on to my plan! Also, I was a he last I checked. Then again, biology has never been a forte of mine. I'm totally kidding, if anyone couldn't tell.
WE UNDERSTAND WHAT THE MEANING OF YOUR AND YOU'RE ARE WE JUST GIVE ZERO FUCKS SINCE A BLOODY WEBSITE WHERE PEOPLE BITCH ABOUT WEIRD SHIT THAT HAPPENED DURING THEIR DAY WANT GOOD GRAMMAR THEN GO TO GRAMMAR GEEKS DOT COM OR SOME SHIT CAUSE HONESTLY IM SOOO DONE WITH THIS SHIT
Just let him know you're not into that kind of thing. If he's really interested, he should look past it.
Maybe he's got a serious foot fetish and needs some.. Let's just say "help finishing"?
First he wanted your digits. Now he wants your toes. What's next?
It's a foot fetish. Just be polite and tell him you don't think it's appropriate.