I wish there was some way to use your phone to text somebody but instead of typing stuff you would say it out loud into the phone or something and the other person could hear you and they would just talk out loud back to you.
Well.. if they still haven’t discovered the real thing… there’s always HeyTell…
sadly not to every lady… LOLJK
And more to you. Arielle, you are.. very blessed.
I fell asleep while on chat and he left a little story for me to wake up to:
Once upon a time, there was a princess; an Arabian Princess, whose beauty surpassed even the flowers of the palace garden. She was a simple girl, with simple joys in life, but she was very intricate in the way she presented herself. Strong, yet vulnerable. Outgoing, yet shy. With such beauty, and stunning personality, came admirers.
She had many men after her, for she had a charm that no other possessed. Men from far-off lands, men from the village near by, younger, older, you name it, they wanted her.
She had considered some of them, but found no one who suited her as she had demanded. The masses came forward, and equal parts left without her hand.
One day, her weekend gathering of young people had welcomed a new attendee. He was mentioned as a musical prince who came from a village not too far away. She acknowledged his presence, but saw no reason to interact with the fellow.
A year passed, and still no one had peaked her heart’s interest. Still no one could satisfy her needs. In a week or so, the special day of school completion was to take place, and her young peoples’ group had no bearer of music. It was only then that she had really noticed the musical prince, for he stepped forward and took on the task. She looked at him in interest as he easily mastered the important musical contraption.
In a daze, she was abruptly snapped out of it by her friend Danilette and was questioned about her sudden look of interest. She denied it was anything but musical intrigue. Danilette knew better, however.
The celebration of school completion was only a day away, and Lady Marissa asked the princess if she could ask the musical prince for transportation assistance. She reluctantly contacted him, and was pleased to find his answer a positive one.
The next day arrived, and it was almost time to go. The princess heard the doorbell, and she left her work and headed for the door. She opened it forgetting the prince was arriving, and she was appalled at herself as she remembered she was wearing clothes suited for labour. Little did she know, the prince actually thought she looked quite beautiful.
She got ready quite quickly and returned to see the prince still in the same place she left him. The difference now, was of course she was dressed in what she believed was fitting for the situation.
They packed all of the equipment for the celebration in the prince’s carriage, and headed off.
The travel was quite long, but the princess found no need to pass time boringly. She had quite the conversation with the prince, and she was astonished by the comfort he imparted in her. She also saw no awkwardness from the prince. It was quite the journey indeed.
- Excerpt from the best real-life novel “50 Shades of Gravy”
well then. eff dat.
i want my own apartment.
and i want to decorate it.