Hello internet. So this weekend I met a French girl at a bar, we hooked up, but I had to leave early, early early, 3:38 in the morning early. I gave her a kiss goodbye and told her that I wanted to see her next weekend and meant it. That was saturday night/sunday morning. By monday I got a text from her saying that she didn’t want a serious relationship, which is a bit odd because I told her flat out that I wasn’t opposed to a non-serious relationship, I just wanted some monogamy in my life. She won’t be here for long, she’s leaving in July, which is fine, but still felt like we could spend plenty of time together. But it’s whatever, we had the whole ‘lets be friends and hangout this weekend’ b.s. that everyone talks about. I doubt it’s going to happen. She said she might be ‘going out of town.’ Fuck my life. I wish people could be honest, even I want to be honest. The only reason why I want to ‘be friends’ is so that I can try to hook up with her again and have a relationship with her. She’s genuinely a smart girl and that’s what I like about her, I don’t find her face to be that pretty, but I like how she is skinny, but really she’s just a genuinely smart person and I like that.
I don’t know, advice? Comment? Concerns?
You: Hello there. I’m Matt.How are you?
Stranger: im cahca
You: Very interesting name
You: I’ve never heard that name before.
Stranger: american idiot
You: I don’t think it’s idiocy to not know anyone with a name like Chaca
Stranger: its not a name u “§!?I
Stranger: god damnit :D
Stranger: the name chaca doesnt exist
You: Well when I perform the search Chaca on google, I get A stupid fuck in mexico, that uses Ed Hardy and Christian Audiger, bling bling and other rediculosuly over hyped stuff. they like to show off, drive “fancy” cars and go to “quinceañera” parties. most of them are poor but pretend to be rich and important, they listen to banda and reggaeton. they generally have faux hawks, and other bad haircuts when their head is not hidden with some ugly Ed Hardy hat.
You: I hope you learned a valuable lesson about yourself today, Chaca.
Yet I look for someone who will be just fine without me. I prefer people who intrigue me on their minds, not people who I’m desperate for attention from.
"I get it.
Abortions are not for everyone.
They’re like children that way.”
So that’s the quote that the woman spoke, please note that she said “they’re like children that way.” Meaning that she’s comparing something to children, so that would imply that she’s either calling people who get abortions to be children or people who are against abortions to be children.
This is the horror of pronouns, they never properly discuss who or what they’re talking about.
Although to your credit, it is plausible that she is saying ‘abortions are like children, not for everyone.’ But it’s very convoluted, especially when the subject of the previous sentence was the realization that there are people who do not prefer abortions, so that implied to me that the subject was anti-abortionists.