yes for today ..when i watch the younger generation spending time on such sites i say ' why cant they utilize their time for some more constructive spurspoe' i spent my whole year ,meet one - two nice person but they all turned out to be different when i started to be more open with them ..and i feel like i was the foolish one to actually trust them the basci problem is this that u dont actually know them ..u cant see the person ... alot of people have fake accounts for just time- pass chats .so i think .. if someone is ready to face the online world then there s no harm in trying but how we control our emotions is up to one selfView Thread
oh my favorite question the 1st thing is injections ..if i have to get one 2nd thing is the environment scares me the people all ill waiting in line .. next thing i dontlike how doctors generally treat patients (i am going to be doctor myself ) but anyhow i find them mean (just a personal opinion)View Thread
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