pango22 said: 4, 17, 37, 56, 67, 84
4- last song you listened to- Not That You’d Even Notice by Keaton Henson
17-this year have you laughed until you cried- oh yeah. Probably your fault, shona.
37- this year have you nicknames- um, this makes no sense, but also, I don’t know that I have any.
56- First bestfriend- it’s not you babe. Sorry. Amelia. No wait there was this one kid in kindy. I don’t remember his name.
67-Which is better, lips or eyes? you really need both. You can’t have one or the other. and for what> lips or eyes for what? eyes, I guess? For… yeah I don’t know
84- woah heavy shit- have you ever cried when somebody died- I have, and when they’ve been admitted to hospital, and when they’ve been declared brain dead, but never at a funeral or a wake. Shit’s personal.
THankyou shony i love you
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