Some things need more attention than others. When your alarm screams, flashing everyone in sight for seemingly no reason at all, it needs you to understand: You are his whole life.
Fire alarms are sensitive. Sometimes when they go off, it’s scary. To the fire alarm, even the most innocuous threat seems real. Without your full attention, the fire alarm may feel ignored.
Fires are unnecessary to sound an alarm. If peace and quiet has occurred for an unusually long period of time, the fire alarm will warn you. Under the guise of “it’s better safe than sorry”, random shrieks may be heard.
If a fire alarm ceases to carry out its duty; you will not know. Like the silent, but deadly killer of carbon monoxide, a defunct fire alarm stays quiet. Instead, fire alarms may sulk, pretending everything is okay for months at a time.
Fire alarms will die for you. Some may consider fire alarms dramatic. Others think they’re their hero. Either way, when taking a fire alarm for granted, there will be repercussions.
You: Firmly planted on the windowsill. Smooth as a Las Vegas card shark on a Tuesday afternoon.
I pass by your window every day on my way to the library. I love your low maintenance style. I feel like you could fit in at a Walmart as well as an upscale boutique. Nothing gets you down because you are straight up chill. Doesn’t matter if it’s spring or winter, you always light up my day.
Don’t listen to people who say you’re cold. Being sterile and clean is a good thing. You’re not like some kind of clingy fungus. You’re the most independent beauty I’ve ever seen.
I know people call you fake, but you are as real to me as my love for you.
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Ideal Partner: Someone with ambition and loyalty. Someone who loses like a winner. Someone who shows up.
Ideal Date: Hanging out in your bedroom.
My Biggest Life Question: Am I worthy enough?
Favorite Quote: “Everyone’s A Winner”
If: You’re a winner
At: The dollar store (next to the costume jewelry)
About Me: I grew up all over the world. My connections to people are strong, but distanced. I am extremely loyal, outgoing, and trustworthy. I live for the energy of others.
My Ideal Date: Someone who knows what they want. I don’t want to play games just to figure you out. I’m a straight forward, optimistic, go getter. If you need me, I need you. Just tell me when and where and I’ll be there.
Favorite Song: I would die 4 U by Prince
Favorite Book: The Missing Link by Brandon Meyers
Favorite Movie: Turn Me On, Damn it!
Three Things I Can’t Live Without:
A strong and loving connection
If you’re interested in messaging me, know that I will always get back to you. My response time is immediate. You are my biggest priority.
I will let you know how I feel at all times. I’m very up front. I’m attracted to naturally red, full lips. No lipstick, please. I also prefer real beauty. I’m very picky when it comes to looks. If you’re older than thirty, please don’t reply.
I’m not the kind to call back right away. If we have a good time, I’ll let you know, but I’m not into that whole clingy thing. My idea of a perfect date is hanging out in bars that serve Belgian beer in a glass. No bottles for me. If you’re too cheap to buy your own drinks, please, don’t respond to this ad.
I’m looking for a carefree type. Not the kind that’s going to hold me down. Not the kind that’s going to get mad every time I’m with another. I can’t be tied down right now. I prefer more of the Bohemian lifestyle.
In short, shoot me an email if you don’t suck. (I already do that well enough on my own)