Love, Where Are You?

I tried to wheel in my dream boy,
but nope he wont answer my calls,
Don't want to bug him,
But I don't think I can let him go...

All these boys at my school tell me I'm pretty and all that bull but, I see straight through them.
They just want my legs open and then dip.
Played that game, it was fun.
Til you accidently fall in love and the whole world knows you have no honor or self respect.

So, where is this so called love?
I have to believe in it.
But I just don't have it...
Kidd12 Kidd12
18-21, F
4 Responses May 22, 2012

dips means leaves

That's what I thought it meant. I wasn't sure though because what Emu911cutsdeeper used dip to mean also made sense. At least I wasn't the only one who found it could have two meaning lol.

this story fits me to because this girl i knew 2 years ago in high school i liked her but she did'nt like me she thought i was weird i don't know if it had something to do with me being in a wheelchair but it sucked she was the closest ive been to having a girlfriend.


Hey its emu...i hear ya legs have been open for years..but nobody dips

I hate to tell you this but once you have a reputation as being easy your going to have 99% of males panting at your door and the 1% of respectable guys out their will be too ashamed to be seen with someone who has such a bad reputation. If you want to get into an actual relationship your best bet is to go to another school or somewhere else where your current reputation isn't known.<br />
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I feel like I am getting old. I have no idea what "dips" means. I also am rather shocked that your within the 13-15 age range yet already talk about having a reputation as being easy like its old news. I don't remember too many kids a few years ago who had that type of reputation in middle school.<br />
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I almost feel like grumbling while reading an ancient knowledge transference device called a "newspaper" while telling you youngsters about how much better the world was back in my day. Which really wasn't that long ago. Only a few years.