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Message Filled With Emotion

Now I'm making it obvious that I'm writing this with pure EMOTION. Please skip this post if it will disturb you.

Don't read this unless you can accept the emotional side of me

Here we go~~hee~




Don't criticize me that I am a fool for putting it at my blog instead of saying it directly, unless you can take critics right at your face. Telling me to not put it at the blog doesn't make you a good listener, or even open to critics.

Don't tell me to not to get emotional on my blog; do you really think that you can listen to what I'm gonna say to you? Nah

I know I did a wrong thing, and I learn from it. You, who being ignorant at what people said about you, don't have the right to say anything about me on this. Why bother telling straight at your face when you can't open your heart and ear to listen just because you think what you did is right? At least I listened to what others said about me, directly, about what I wrote on the post 3-posts before, even though it hurts and I felt like stabbing myself with a knife, literally.

Hope you can be very happy by controlling that guy/girl and abandoning your friends :)

Owh, and this is just another rambling, and not targeted to specific someone. Don't get bothered~~



Done with emotion. Now, with the suffering of suppressing my feeling. Back to study~~ Wee~~ I'm happy now~~ :)

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