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Ask Agatha: Terrible Post-Sex Etiquette And “Do Men Ever Grow Up?”

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Colin from St. Louis, MO asks:

Since the year is coming to a close, I was wondering what your resolutions are?

Nope. No resolutions. But I do believe in introspection so I think I’ll try to list my regrets to give me a sense of perspective.

1. Stopping yesterday, on my way to work, to take a picture for this old lady tourist. She wanted portrait and landscape shots. Then she wanted it from this angle to get the whole Christmas tree and then that angle to capture the spire of the Empire State Building. Now I’m at a photo shoot. Five minutes later she’s looking over all the pictures and asking me in poor in English why she’s not smiling. I don’t know lady! Fifteen minutes later, she let me go, dissatisfied and disappointed with me. I didn’t need that.

2. Being made to go to Chicago. #thanksBee

3. Every blog post, written by the downtrodden, I was forced to read. #thanksBee

4. Calling the cops that time. Sorry.

5. Not swallowing my pride and making the call. But why didn’t YEW call me nigga? #DCmen

6. Blocking my dad’s calls because I can’t take his preaching anymore. Fuck.

I’m ready to put this year behind me Colin.

Justice from PG County, MD asks:

My whole dating life seems like I’ve been waiting for the male species to catch up. Like once he gets a degree or once he’s settled in his career. But I’m 39 and the men I’m dating are around my age and it hasn’t gotten better. At what age does it get easier?

The day before they die. I heard that second to last day is peaceful for all present.

I kid.

I kid.

*squints*

I’m not kidding.

My girlfriends all agree that ages two to 52 are just a black hole.

But I think there are sparks of light. Moments. Entire months even of when the planets align and things are just easy between the sexes.

Like when you’re both nine. And he’s still openly affectionate with his mom and unashamedly hands you a Be My Valentine card. That’s a full school day.

Then there’s the tender age of 15. He’s open. He’s unguarded. He’s nice. He’s started pacing his jerking off. He thinks he likes you and tells you so. And you tell him you think you like him back. And the rest of the “relationship” exists mostly via furtive glances and phone calls. That’s the entire spring term.

And then at some point, some careless girl, either you or someone like you, takes advantage of that niceness and breaks his heart and as the cherry on top, tells him he literally has the face of a baboon’s ass and he stumbles into his 20s still reeling. Now he’s damaged goods and no good to anyone.

For the next three decades.

Daniela from Flint, MI asks:

My roommate is moving out at the beginning of the year. Her and her bf got a place together which is cool. What’s not cool is the fact that she wants me to either sell the furniture we bought together and split the proceeds, or have me buy her out. It’d be one thing if she wanted to split the furniture itself but she doesn’t need any of it, not even her bed because they’re using her bf’s furnishings for the new place. Still I can’t afford to buy her out but I don’t see why I have to sell the sofa or dining table I need to put cash in her hand. And if I do get it sold, what am I supposed to do with less than half the money necessary for the things I need to refurnish the place?

Oh honey, have your Ikea Söderhamn sectional and Skogsta dining table officially appraised and give your ex-roommate her half of the $60, used Ikea furniture is worth.

This site does 3 appraisals for $35.

So this whole thing should set you back $65.

Now take that $65 and go buy a cash cannon, fill it up with real money and spray it all over the sofa and apartment, as she’s packing up.

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Daniesha from Marietta, GA asks:

My boyfriend always turns the TV on right after we have sex. We come home. We eat dinner. I turn off the TV. We have sex. And then when we’re done, he turns the TV back on. Once I started noticing that he turned on the TV right after, every time, I couldn’t un-notice it. Now it’s driving me nuts and it’s making me more and more insecure. Help!

I don’t get it. It sounds like you two have a very established routine. I don’t see what he’s doing wrong. Seems to me like his hitting the power button is the period at the end of the banal sentence that is your sex life.

I mean if he didn’t turn on the TV how else would you know it was over?

Or maybe he’s watching TV to see how Groundhog’s Day ended. So he too could break the cycle.

What sort of sex are you two having that he has the energy to catch up on the shows in his queue?

You’re worried about him turning on the TV and I’m worried about ALL OF IT.

Your relationship is dying Daniesha!

Do something.

Agatha Guilluame

Agatha is a figment of the collective VSB imagination.

  • KNeale

    Love Ask Agatha.

    Splitting furniture sucks. Having roommates suck. And used furniture aint worth as much as folks think it is. When you buy the furniture you feeling all grown and accomplished because you just spent big money. Then you sit your tired a** int he same spot everyday. Have friends come sleep on your couch. Plus all types of other seedy things. And now all that money you spent aint worth hardly nothing when its time to resell.

    And if you have a roommate I bet it wasn’t the expensive fancy stuff. Good thing is, sound like her soon to be old roommate doesn’t know this. I’d like to see her face when the girl hands her 30$.

    • YeaSoh

      Buying things together when you’re not married is just dumb… Either you buy the sofa and I buy the dinette or vice versa but we ain’t splitting the cost over jack sh*t… just complicates things and I like to leave with whatever I came with.

      • Pinks

        As an adult this might be easy, but in college I couldn’t pay for much of anything on my own lol

        Living with people really does suck.

        • YeaSoh

          If you can’t afford it then looks like you’re going without… plus, there are ways around getting things you can’t afford, you just gotta have your wits about you

          • Pinks

            True. I learned my lesson well lol

            • YeaSoh

              lol me too

      • DebKII

        This! I moved into my apartment, put my name on the lease, bought all the furniture and now i rent out the ROOM, so when you steppin you can step. This mines.

        Learned this lesson in college when four broke women tried to split kitchen supplies smdh

        • Agatha Guilluame

          kitchen supplies? hahahahahahahahahahaha

          • DebKII

            girl it was so sad. kitchen supplies from IKEA…

            • Agatha Guilluame

              Girl…

        • Pinks

          I’m still mad about that trifling heffa scraping up the insides of my non-stick pots with a knife and fork. USE THE WOODEN SPOONS I BOUGHT, TRICK.

          • DebKII

            putting my GOOD knives (upgraded from IKEA) in the dishwasher.

            no joke. friendships are broken over kitchen supplies.

            • Pinks

              And general nastiness. These chicks wouldn’t empty the garbage for days at a time and just keep shoving the bag deeper into the can. I’m twitching from the PTSD.

            • L8Comer

              This is why I refused to room with any of my friends in grad school. I almost lost one of my closest friends bc we were roommates. I’m very particular about cleaning tho lol

          • Gurl yes. Living this nightmare now with roommates. Who raised these people? Why don’t you know what utensils go where?!!

            • Pinks

              And why don’t you know that you empty the dish rack BEFORE you wash the dishes instead of having fiddy lem plates spilling onto the countertop?

              So glad I’m not living that roommate life anymore.

              • I wish we had a dishwasher to argue over. We doin dishes in the stone age.

                • Pinks

                  We were washing by hand too. Which is why it’s even more frustrating when you got stuff falling all over the counter every time you want to get a spoon.

                  • YeaSoh

                    Folks are just lazy

              • KNeale

                Yall are making me sad man. I’ve been living in small apartments by myself for several years now but I just can’t afford it anymore and have to go find a roommate situation. I’ve had bad roommates before but I guess I forgot.

                *weeps in hands

            • cakes_and_pies

              Reminds me of my freshman year at FAMU when a roommate took the mattress she didn’t even own out of the room and into another student apartment.

          • L8Comer

            This brings back really bad memories lol.

            • Pinks

              I won’t like none of her pics on social media off GP.

              • QuirlyGirly

                You still mad??!!!

                #Petty Pendergrass

                • Pinks

                  I’m STILL mad. #PettyLaBellewiththePies

                  But it has more to do with her just being a stupid, couthless person in general.

                  • QuirlyGirly

                    Talk about couthless- ha! some of the most uncouth people I have met was in college and my first job out of college. I promise they were sent my way to test my patience and hand speed *ha-key-sa-key ha

              • L8Comer

                lolol, i feel u on that cuz that mess is disrespectful and potentially dangerous. Call me petty it is what it is, my cookware is in pristine condition.

                And It was actually my ex who used to do this… talmbout, “my mom does it like this and I’m fine” … I’m like, well I’m not your mom, well what your doesn’t do is … nvm. #neveragain

                • Pinks

                  I had to get rid of those pots when I moved back to NY, they were so terrible. Ole girl would grill chicken and cut it up right in the pan. I came home one time and saw her doing that, I almost got burned from lunging at her arm so hard. Frigging heathen.

                  And I hate when ni ggas bring up what they moms did or does. Do your mama lick your nuts too? No? Then shut up and do wtf I say!

                  • L8Comer

                    I audibly gasped at the vision of some heifer cutting up chicken in my pan. I’m not above telling a roommate she can’t use my stuff anymore after 2 warnings.

                    Bahahahaha that’s exactly what I was trying to say with all the ellipses lol. That mess grates on my nerves. Now, I’ll send his a s s right back home to his momma. Don’t ever come to my house with that mess again

                    • Pinks

                      I had the only set of pots so I didn’t want to say she couldn’t use them and single her out from the rest of us. However, that might’ve been better. I miss them joints, yo. My rice has never tasted the same without my special pot.

                    • L8Comer

                      After trying to cook around the scraped edges I got rid of mine too, a few years back. 3 beautiful, hard earned pots destroyed. I shoulda known then that he wasn’t the one for me.

                      You’re nicer than me then lol. I’d rather put my foot down than be in my feelings every time I go to cook. I had to do this with my roommate in graduate school. But since she had a full-time job and could buy her own stuff, and asked her to do better twice, I didn’t feel bad AT ALL. I blame my West Indian mother for making me so particular about cleaning

      • miss t-lee

        This.

      • QuirlyGirly

        i did the same thing in college. She brought A,B,C and I brought D,E F and when we parted she took hers, I took mine and that was it. It was bad enough she went to sleep at 8. Meanwhile, I was a night owl, up for the sake of being awake.

      • L8Comer

        I agree. This scenario was completely foreseeable. I know she didn’t think they were living together forever, so why wasn’t there an exit plan? It’s like when roommates or non married couples buy a pet together.. it’s dumb.

        In this case, she was upset the roommate didn’t even want to split the stuff. So why not just keep the half of the stuff she wants, sell the other half, and give all the proceeds to her old roommate?

        • YeaSoh

          What I really don’t like about this roommate situation is for one, your first set of furniture never lasts. I couldn’t tell you now what I did with my first sofa set, it’s not like it’s something you would have kept ESPECIALLY when you’re moving into a furnished home. Girl bye!! What her roommate is is CHEAP and PETTY! That’s her first mistake. NEVER LIVE WITH CHEAP PETTY PEOPLE = People who put things before relationships.

          • L8Comer

            Was it definitely the first set of cheap furniture scenario or are we assuming that? Either way, you’re right. My old roomie moved in with her boyfriend years back, and she left me the sofa SHE bought as a parting gift.

            • YeaSoh

              True, that was an assumption… but yeah, just leave it anyway

    • miss t-lee

      When I had a roommate, I didn’t buy any big ticket items for the house. If I spend any big amount of money it was stuff for my room, and my room only.
      Most of the stuff I did buy, I left behind because it was easily replaceable.

      • Bushido Brown

        I only bought things that I intended to take with me.

        • miss t-lee

          it’s really the best way to do things in those situations.
          Folks get to acting funny, real quick.

          • Bushido Brown

            Yep and I’m not trying to hear it. If I do split for something I most likely see it as disposable.

            • miss t-lee

              yup.

    • Anonymous

      I have never heard of anything as petty as selling and splitting furniture in my life. If you don’t need it, bih, move on! It has served the purpose in your life that you paid for it. I wish somebody would ask me to sell some furniture and split the proceeds. The answer would be a simple, “No.” Or maybe a, “Bye.”

  • cakes_and_pies

    If I’m irked that he’s turning on the TV after s e x, we (he?) didn’t put in enough work.

    • DebKII

      thank you! im tryna be passed out

      • PhlyyPhree

        Hello??!? I’m not caring if he turns on the whole surround system and decides to queue up Lord of the Rings. ALLAdem. I just need to know he’s ok with watching whatever while sitting in the wet spot

        • cakes_and_pies

          The only thing I’m worried about is the wobble walk to get a washcloth

          • PhlyyPhree

            Well, if he didn’t put in enough work to make me go to sleep immejiately, then there ain’t gon be no wobble walk bihhhhh. He better get up and wipe himself. Im fine with the cold washcloth I placed on the nightstand beforehand.

            • cakes_and_pies

              BWAHAHAHHHAHAHAHAHA
              Cold-blooded.

              • PhlyyPhree

                Literally. Lol. EYE put in work. I’m gonna need something to cool me off. I don’t know WHAT he’s going to do.

                • QuirlyGirly

                  I don’t know WHAT he’s going to do.

                  #SAVAGELIFE indeed.

          • Pinks

            Baby wipes warmer on the nightstand. Best invention ever.

            • PhlyyPhree

              The ways you find to repurpose those kiddie utensils. I tell you. Lol

              • Pinks

                I may or may not have used the bassinet for foot leverage once or twice in the past week. While he was in it, asleep, because #savage.

                • PhlyyPhree

                  #SAVAGELIFE

                  Shooot, baby will deal. Especially when he asks for more siblings in a few years

                  • Pinks

                    He and his brother will have to deal. I said no kids after 30 – got two years left and I’m ready to snip, burn and tie them ends lol

                    • PhlyyPhree

                      Look. I asked the doctor after I delivered my ONE if she could cauterize those ends. She laughed like I was playing and told me we’d talk in six weeks. Four years later……

                    • Pinks

                      A lot of times they won’t do it if you aren’t married or it’s your first child, which I think is stupid. Either stop them babies from forming in my tubes or take care of them suckers when I’m done gestating.

                    • PhlyyPhree

                      That’s why they wouldn’t do it. They said since it was my first I need to have something signed or something (bish by WHOM??!?!?) Also, I delivered in a Catholic hospital. But I meant what I said about my child being my one and only. I just figured it would be easier to have that option permanently taken care of since we were all in the right place with the right utensils at that time anyway.

                    • Pinks

                      Who gon check you, boo? Apparently the doctor smh

                      Potential Future Husband be dam ned. It’s my uterus and I want that ish empty for the rest of my life! Let me be.

                    • LMNOP

                      I knew somebody who told the doctors she wanted her tubes tied when she was in the hospital giving birth to her 5th child. She was 21 and the other 4 kids were all in state custody. The doctor said no, because she was so young.

                    • True story. I was married woman who was twenty-seven who got preggers TWICE on birth control. (Pill and Depo) When I was twenty-eight I could tie dem tubes. Got preggo AGAIN (IUD) six weeks prior to b-day. Still holding grudge, though not sure if against my uterus or Drs. for not doing it sooner.

                    • Pinks

                      You super fertile or what?!

                    • Like you wouldn’t BELIEVE. My best friend suggested donating my uterus for scientific study.

                    • Pinks

                      Liiiiiike, I would’ve been cut my husband thoat, thinking he did some juju on me or something after all them barriers and I still got knocked up lol

          • Yes, that ish is irritating especially when you just want to lay your head down and take a cat nap.

        • Pinks

          Because I will contort my body like a pretzel before I marinate in your gi zz.

          • PhlyyPhree

            And the church of heathens said YUP.

          • ummm… that’s yall too. all that mac n cheese that just got stirred up, and you think none spilled out out the dish? c’mon son.

            • Pinks

              Bwahaha..it’s a different composition though. It’s like the difference between sitting on the damp corner of a towel and sitting on a pile of lotion.

              • Rub it on your skin like lotion – Method Man

              • cakes_and_pies

                You are ignant as Hale.

                • I’m telling you…erry time with Pinks. Also, I’m usually too sleep to notice a TV. Cause I done channeled Gabby Douglass and it’s all a fat chick could do at 9 pm.

              • Damp is an understatement. If the wet spot is shimmering in the dim light of the bathroom like a pond, then that’s yall too. Even more telling when the mess is shaped like the space between y’alls @$$ cheeks.

                • Pinks

                  *blushing* you have told no lies!

      • Asiyah

        I don’t even want to see you after it’s done. You’ve served your purpose. Goodbye.

        • DebKII

          if its done right. If its not im usually like wait…thats it? what are you doing? we’re done?

          • Asiyah

            if it’s not done right, I definitely don’t want to see you. I might just blurt out all the ways it sucked lol

            • cakes_and_pies

              I’m a sucker for second chances. Men get in their own head way too much.

          • Jasmine

            If it’s not done right, you get a stern talking to.

            • QuirlyGirly

              You sound like you are chastising a child. lol

              • Jasmine

                haha! That’s exactly how I feel. If I care, I have to re-teach them with a loving, but stern voice.

        • cakes_and_pies

          That’s why I go to them. No awkward get the eff up out of my bed so I can sleep.

    • KingsCounty

      But u see, she isn’t complaining about that. She’s complaining about the TV. Just proof that if ain’t one thing, it’s gon be another.
      I bet if he turn that TV off she gon hate how he snores or some nonsense. She mad cuz she can’t put him to bed. Maybe she should read Amber Rose’ book on how to be a bad itch or something?

      • Deeds

        lol at read Amber Rose’s book.

      • YeaSoh

        That’s what I got from it… like the TV and not the fact that you’re up in the first place to notice the tv is even on??? Weird

      • cakes_and_pies

        If that’s the case, she’s just a straight up whiny complainer, doesn’t give dome, and probably makes terrible mac and cheese.

        • DebKII

          terrible mac and cheese tho?! low blow.

          • cakes_and_pies

            We all know those pretty girls who are starfishes in the bed. They can’t even order take-out right.

        • Pinks

          It’s a well-known fact that trash mac and cheese = trash box

        • Jasmine

          well that seems harsh.

    • PrettyGeekz

      Yes to all of this.

    • Pinks

      Tuh. Most I care about is if he wiped me off well enough that I don’t wake up with the sheet stuck to my butt in the middle of the night.

      • QuirlyGirly

        LMAO- Girl you are crazy!!

        • Pinks

          Just saying…i hate that feeling lol

      • Why, Pinks? Why are you always in my head?

        • Pinks

          I’m here for the people.

    • miss t-lee

      Pretty much.

  • Asiyah

    Men never grow up. Even when they claim to be mature, they still aren’t. Pick a guy that’s good in bed so you can justify to yourself why you tolerate his immaturity.

    • Tammy Jenkins

      Exactly why i am dating youngins. It works for me. I rather complain about my 21 y/o bf being immature (with stamina), than my 50 y/o bf being immature (no stamina). Eventually I may be somebody grandaddy second wife…only time will tell.

      • Asiyah

        Go Tammy!

      • Jasmine

        I seriously tried this with a, then 21 y/o, but the pillow talk ended up being about how Drake was soft and how niccas around his way went hard. I had to tap out and only call when absolutely necessary.

        • Royale W. Cheese

          But after you get tired of him, is he singing “You used to call me on my cell phone…”

      • Pinks

        lmfao @ somebody granddaddy second wife

        His kids gon try and cut you out the will quickfast!

        • StillSuga

          Or someone with an elderdaddy. I think my brother has a lawyer on speed dial for when the time comes for Pops and Wife #3

          • Pinks

            LOL he like “nah, you not messing up my share”

          • I WISH I woulda had a lawyer on speed dial. These step mothers are damn relentless.

      • This is sound rational.

      • Crystal

        Girrrrrl, my 50 year old has all the stamina and can put these young guys to shame!!! I mean like 3-4 times every session stamina!

    • Jasmine

      This was the best advice my friend ever gave me. Lord, it made life so much easier.

    • We really dont – at best our priorities change

      • Asiyah

        I won’t judge. Plenty of women don’t mature either. But then again, do hetero men list “maturity” as part of desirable character traits they look for in a mate?

        • Tough to say, every man has different tastes based on whats important to them in their life at that specific time or due to learning a lesson from a previous experience.

          So speaking for myself, dealing with a few immature women in my late teens caused me to prefer older women but for another guy, they could prefer the carefree lifestyle.

    • Solo Six

      I guess what’s more important is to define “growing up”. A brother on the post here previously mentioned that we (men) don’t ‘grow up’ but that our priorities change. I can somewhat see the truth in that, but IF that doesn’t (or at least can’t possibly) define “growing up”, then what will we say does?….Or will we simply TRY to argue that men’s priorities don’t change. (Please try.)

      Here’s one for growing up: “Pick a guy that’s good in bed so you can justify to yourself why you tolerate his immaturity.”

      So when rich men do the same, I guess they’re simply “acting childish”?

      My thoughts: most PEOPLE in general grow up, they are just often involved in too many “grown folks business” to write a book about it online; because well, you know: the baby’s crying, a company report is coming due, and it’d be nice to save up for a cruise for this year’s anniversary.

      I think that the young-minded attract their like (of all ages), and that ones priorities (ie: what’s happening in the bedroom, minus the fact that neither partner seems to practice monogamy) speak to the maturity we exude, and consequently, the maturity we attract.

      I hope it all works out for you. The statistics otherwise are a biotch, in my opinion.

  • PhlyyPhree

    5. Not swallowing my pride and making the call. But why didn’t YEW call me ni gga? #DCmen

    Story of my life. This is all I’m here for today. Sigh

    *Disqus. This is black site. You gotsta do better

  • Pinks

    The TV? I barely have time to wipe my mouth before I fall asleep.

    #GoodSchmangGang

  • Yellow Tail

    Im not gonna lie…I def put a period after “Not swallowing”. #HappyHolidays

    • DBoySlim

      I see what you did there. Kudos.

  • laddibugg

    Wait.. The roommate wants the letter writer to sell the furniture? What will she do if she doesn’t?

    • LMNOP

      I feel like that’s the key detail missing here. Is she going to cut all the furniture in half or move on with her life with a slight grudge? Different approaches for different situations.

  • Nick Peters

    We grow up when we start to feel death coming for us….and we realize we have to

    • KingsCounty

      #WeGrowUpWhen that hair start thinning up top…

      • tgtaggie

        I stated thinning when I was 23-24. Now I’m 30 lol

  • Nick Peters

    The Last One: use food after s e x…it always works

  • 7. Snapchatting almost every time I go out and drink. It’s fun while I’m doing it, but that next morning regret is a killer.

    8. Labeling every guy I SnapChat with as #Bae. #TeamBadDecisions

    • Pinks

      Snapchat addict chronicles. I be wanting to snap my new socks lmao

      • My name is Natasha and I’m a SnapChat addict. Lol

        • Pinks

          I used to hate on it so bad and now I can’t do without it.

          • Bushido Brown

            I was the same then I got hooked and just started snapping away

            • Pinks

              I have so much fun on it, but I have only a few friends. Hubby said I’m the #wackjoint on the bench who didn’t get picked *sad face*

              • Bushido Brown

                Lol he not right for that. I have a few friends myself because I haven’t promoted myself via social media yet.

                • Pinks

                  I just put up a thirsty “add me on snapchat” post on IG yesterday and I regret it lol

                  • Bushido Brown

                    I was going to do that but I was worried about strangers following me or that no one adds me and I might start to wonder if I’m uncool lol

                    • Pinks

                      Awww I felt like that too! But my IG is locked so only friends would see the post anyway. I got two new snap friends from it. Shoot your shot and prosper, young man.

              • PhlyyPhree

                I have like three friends…who aren’t family members. I really just do it so I don’t get fined.

                • Pinks

                  Ditto. I first got it so me and hubby could send dirty pics throughout the day, but it’s quite entertaining. The local stories are cool because you can see what’s popping around the corner when you’re bored lol

            • Me too! My friend who lived in Minnesota got me hooked. She moved here to Fort Lauderdale 2 weeks ago, now were making our friend’s lives miserable by snapping every dang moment were together. Lol

    • PhlyyPhree

      But the good news is that 24 hours later you can act like it never happened. I’m just waiting for the timer to run out on yesterday’s story. SMH

      • Truth! The 24 hour saving grace! ??????

      • Pinks

        Girl. This weekend was an exercise in “Snap don’t need to know it all.” I had to delete one lol

        • PhlyyPhree

          Nah. I’m a Savage. I left it up. I’m just trying to figure out how to @ people because I wanted a specific person to see it, but I didn’t want to actually acknowledge their existence by telling them to look at my snap. Meh well.

          • Pinks

            LMAO you #ChildishGambino for that one

            You could always save the snap and “accidentally” send it to them from a fake email address, but that might be doing too much.

            • PhlyyPhree

              Lol. Would you believe me if I said I’ve done worse?
              and that I may not or may have a whole slew of fake emails that are used for various purposes?
              Because I wouldn’t believe me if I said that.

              • Pinks

                I wouldn’t believe you if you said that. Nope.

                Because I don’t also have secret emails, a FB account, and several apps for that.

                • PhlyyPhree

                  This is why we are friends. I’m so glad I found someone who GETS me. Lol

                  • Pinks

                    *puts on gingham dress*

                    You and me, us never part. Ma kidada.

          • i don’t t think that’s possible. If it is, I’m all for that passive aggressive shadiness.

    • DebKII

      that trashcan is my favorite snap chat feature

    • My snapchat exists for two reasons: Women on social media who I think I REALLY PRETTY but I feel we would bore the h*ll out of each other if we actually spoke so no numbers and bad 2am decisions.

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