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Jenimichel Jenimichel 41-45, F 6 Answers Jan 10 in Community

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No. Because it tells me you aren't whole. And I need a whole person. Not just pieces. Unless, like something happened to both of us and I only have legs and you only have arms. And then its cute and funny. :D it would be 'our little joke'

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That's the biggest bullshit line. No one completes anyone. The only completion is time, when you discover that new truths learned help you to remember what you knew as a kid before the world made you forget.

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No. It's a cheesy line. Also, someone should already be complete and not depend on the other person to make them whole. That means you are dependent on them.

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No.

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