omg that’s so nostalgic. I even cringed a bit reading my old tone. It was hilariously juvenile. Aw, I wish I would had you in my arms too. Better be soon.
oh man you don’t KNOW how much i laugh and…
hm… i enjoyed your lasagna. (ew that sounds suggestive lmao). but yeah, i told my roommate the other day about you. And to conclude it, I said I didn’t know why and how we lasted that long. I don’t really expect much from online or long distant friendship/relationship but there’s just something about you, this, that I can’t bring myself to give up on. Even after some arguements we went through. I guess that’s what it means to be Duyên phận, if you’re also willing to believe.
We will meet some day.
#unexplainable and possibly questionable friendship lol
bà già ai cho bà xài tên thật của tui.
i think. it’s the same for you as it is for me. we hold onto this because we’ve gotten past the point of whether it’s real or not. we’ve gotten past the point of wondering if it’s worth it or not. we’ve gotten past the point of doubting our own feelings for each other (oh shit this is so lesbo).
we simply accept because we know everything to the true: sincerity, honesty, trustworthiness. we know each other better than we think, and it’s such a deep attachment of only the emotional and psychological aspect that the physical aspect no longer felt necessary.
for normal friendships, it’s the lack of physical presence that drives them apart after the pair has separated and moved away from each other.
for us, the physicality was never there in the first place, hence we had no choice but to focus on what’s left, and used the most of it. from yim to skype to phones to tumblr to twitter to MONEY YOU TRANSFERRED INTO MY BANK to all the other means that assures us that despite there’s a lack of physicality, we are both pretty much there.
for each other.
omg idek what i’m typing what is this essayhglkjd;jfs.