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Sunday, 18 September 2011
07:01:47 PM (GMT)
When I finally screamed..... and the world heard me.... was the day I moved on.


It was in school when this girl literally got me so mad, I just yelled at her about
everything annoying about her in front of everyone who was around in the hallway. And
when I was finished I turnned around to go my next class... 

I've known this girl for 3 years now. She is the most easiest, ugliest, fattest,
annoying, wannabe, copier girl in the world. But one day, I cracked. I let everything
out. I told her everything she copied me with. Told her how fake she was and how
ridiculous her hair looked. How dumb she sounded when she spoke. How lame she was.
Then when I turnned around and walked away she called my name with an attitude. Over
and over, wanting to yell back. But I didn't turn around, I didn't say anything more,
and I didn't give her signs of any sort. I just walked away and left. Once I was a
far distance, I felt like someone just literally stabbed my back and my heart felt
better.

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‹[~*~Melting-Hearts~*~]› says:   18 September 2011   818097  
wooooooooh!!!!!!!  im glad you feel better 
 
‹Nobody's Home› says:   18 September 2011   216180  
@iloveeetz 
thank youu =D 
 
‹[~*~Melting-Hearts~*~]› says :   19 September 2011   560302  
your very welcome 
 

 
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