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what does this mean? how much is "quite a lot"? less than "a lot"?
making me look a retard yet again
without having the full context. but if you fancy her and she admitted she like(s/d) you then just tell her how you feel and hope for the best!
touch her boobs and see what happens.
or letting them fist you and see?...?...?...
i fisted a girl on webcam earlier
there was a thread and everything
I had no idea it was on webcam though
With my fists.
I dont think we should fight.
LOOK AT TEH CARNAGE!
I'm going to bed
they like you now, but not as much as they used to
maybe he should knuckle down and study some fisting videos?
or just ask claire herself
and while we're talking:
i sang a song and fishplums recorded it on his mobile phone and gave it to me and i put it on youtube.
look at the third most related video:
this was recorded on valentines day night when i had a girl over for a nice home-cooked meal and romantic shenanigans, and they tried to spoil the mood. my room is next door. it worked.
reminds me of shugo tokumaru
all my songs are incredible
maybe when i start putting on gigs again you canz play?
playing leeds in december tho. the north's all the same right?
are you playing one of walkingwithwolves nights?
playing nestor who does her night too's all dayer thing.
i will probz come
but she probably gets moist just looking at you. Litotes, innit.
i would say
smash that shit boi
i got a "i really like you" recently that AMOUNTED TO NOTHING*
*totally not my fault
Its means nothing. Its a game - you get reeled in and then get a court restraining order slapped on you. The girl that files the most court orders in a month wins something (like a period or sumtin)
"actually like(s) you quite a lot."
but I don't wanna put words in someone else's mouth.
kind of carefully qualifying it aren't they. Like, she's surprised by it or something.
i would be too. surprised and upset and angry.
she likes you a lot but is trying to be coy/cute about it
however if she used the past tense, ie she said she 'used to like you quite a lot' this means that she did used to like you a lot but got tired of waiting for you to realise and now she's kind of over it BUT probs still would if you asked her.
her failure at language is an over-riding feature of her personality
then it means she used to fancy you alot. If she said she likes you quite a lot, then she does really like you, but is playing it down
the "(d)" i added myself to make the quote make sense in this context. perhaps i should've used "[d]" instead?
the question was is "quite a lot" a good thing or a bad thing? but i don't REALLY need an answer anymore