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I know for a fact if you were me I would've been more like "Are you sure that's a good idea.....eating that alone because now I want one too!" As someone who is also working hard to lose the weight that I gained I feel you when you talk about having weight issues. I'm just glad that you are in a better place and are more comfortable with who you are. And yes a good relationship will always build you up and cheer you on and when the time is right I hope you find someone who does that for you. Now about that drumstick ice cream.....are you gonna get me one or am I gonna have to get one myself? 😂😂😂
Casper, always an uplifting moment when you make a video, thank you. Hope all is well with you. Thank you for sharing so I will share with you; I LOVE DRUMSTICKs , so good, chocolate, nuts, vanilla ice cream, so good. I have a box of 4 drumsticks in my freezer right now, well, 3, hehehe I have little self control.
30 years ago I was dating a woman that told me to stop drinking so much, so I dumped her, then got lonely so asked her back, then dumped her, then asked her back...I wish 2 things from that experience:
1. WHEN she told me not to drink I should of dumper her and not looked back. (beer>women)
2. I never should of kept begging her to come back because it was wrong of me, very wrong of ME, I wish I could correct the mistakes I made when I was young, sigh, ugh, It would take me forever because I made a lot of them.
MGTOW ftw, today, because women are crazy today, no offence, Casper, you know I love you, but all other women in the world are crazy.
you are right...his actions were wrong. You were secure enough to share your past and he shouldn't have acted the way he did. Very very very inappropriate. I could understand if he had a peanut allergy and you were eating one of those drumstick things because they load them bad boys up with the peanuts....but like frig, its your body and he shouldn't have been that way.
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