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Damn...

There ain't much anyone can say today that would make it any better. But it would be nice to be alone with my thoughts rather than my brain nagging me to study for these bastard exams.

I've not even started to make right here. I don't want to plaster over that just yet, I want to remember a bit more.

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lisechen
Jun. 4th, 2003 08:47 am (UTC)
I know it can't help, but... *snugs and snugs and snugs. And passes the +2 Cookies of Yum.*

I... damnit. I can't say anything. "Feel better"? "I'm sorry"? "Gee, Stew, that sucks dwarf stars through a doofy curly straw"? I got nuthin'.

Only the knowledge that someday, someday I will buy an obscenely large plot of land where all the Cool People of Earth may form a commune... and stave off the suckiness of the world. Someday.
mythdude
Jun. 4th, 2003 09:16 am (UTC)
and on that commune, i'll entertain you with massive amounts of silliness. So much silliness in fact, that you'll be like HEY......thats pretty damn silly.

Or at the very least, you'll get the joy of hunting me down and killing me. Either way, should be fun. ^_^

Stay strong man.

~Myth
(Anonymous)
Jun. 4th, 2003 10:23 am (UTC)
Having had that long-distance relationship (it has a happy ending, for those that don't know me), I know it sucks when you have to part, and no amount of words or strong drink will change that. Here's to hoping the next meeting won't be as far away as either of you two think...and that you'll be able to keep that promise about the vacation. *nods*

White Raven
arist_one_eye
Jun. 4th, 2003 11:37 am (UTC)
*nods*

It sucks to say Stew, but numbness kicks in a good day or so after they've left you. And that numbness stays until you talk to them again. The best part of it is that when you see them again, all that loneliness and loss just floats away while you pull them away to do other stuff ;)
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