Joined 12 years ago from Midwest, United States
Opinions are like belly buttons. Everyone's got one. Mine's an innie.
I love reading and writing about male/female relationships: dating, attraction, chemistry, arguments, cheating, communication, enduring love. So that's the point of my hub(s).
I also love lacewing bugs, drving toward the city at twilight with my music playing, Jean Paul Sartre, squishing marshmallows with my fingers so that they turn into taffy, pretending to be drunk in high heels, failing epicly, the smell of my boyfriend's t-shirts.
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8 months ago
Looking for quick ways to defuse a tense situation? Here is a list of things to say to stop an argument dead in its tracks.
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