posted July 13th, 2016, 2:01 am

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November 1st, 2015, 4:37 pm



Absolutely realistic depiction of what happens to some people in incliment weather conditions. My girlfriend has curly hair. You put her outside without a mssive amount of curl defining gel goo stuff in her hair, and she become an 8 foot tall frizz monster that sweeps the streets clean of life. So I will tolerate NONE of you people railing on me about the poof. You get me? Good!

A lot of people have wronged me in my life. And I wholeheartedly forgive them. I want them to move past it and not let it hurt them any more for having done the things that they did (or almost did).
I can forgive people, but it doesn't mean I will ever forget. Annie will hopefully, eventually, forgive Olsen from what he did to her. But she will always have the collarbone scar for her whole life. She will forgive Olsen and hope he never does it again, but she will probably never trust him again.

This is something a lot of people seem to miss. One of my previous roommates did something that I understand all too well. I know why she did it. I know why I've done it in the past. I forgive her for it. But there is nothing that can be done to repair our relationship, because even though I forgive, I will never be able to forget. It doesn't work that way. Likewise, I have had lovers and my parents say absolutely terrible things to me. And I forgive them. I wish they would forget what they've said and can be happy. But while I forgive, I cannot forget. It has been forever forged in to my person, like how you will never be able to forget math or gravitation theory of orbital mechanics.

Wendy doesn't have to be sorry any more. It will only make her feel bad. She just needs to know that Annie will never forget.

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July 13th, 2016, 2:11 am

Yan Mouson


You say that now, but I'm 22 and I have already forgotten most of the math I learned in high school.

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