Yes, yes I am.
Your hair can’t be that flawless if a three year old doesn’t like it. Unless of course it’s so flawless that it overwhelms her so that she can’t compute it’s perfection.
It’s far too flawless for her tiny brain to handle. Do you understand how this much perfection can effect such a tiny child?
- name: Andrew
- height: 5’ 11”
- birthday: November 18th
- favorite colour: Purple
- best school subject(s): English
- mac or PC: PC
- current shirt colour: Black, Harry Potter.
- gamer?: Nope.
- day or night: Night.
- celebrity crush: THIS IS NOT AN ACCEPTABLE QUESTION YOU CAN’T JUST ASK SOMEONE THAT LIKE DO YOU EXPECT PEOPLE TO HAVE ONE SINGLE CELEBRITY CRUSH BECAUSE IT’S NOT POSSIBLE.
Keeping that there because it’s perfect.
Buck up. She’s only three. It’ll get much worse.
Yo, she insulted my hair. My hair is perfect, okay? Ain’t no one gonna insult my hair. I’ll go all crazy Puerto Rican on their asses.
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Nothing you ever do will be good enough. You saved her but your hair simply wasn’t perfect enough.
I have no words right now. No words.
aww haha. That’s adorable.
I feel kind of used now. Like, is this how all women thank their heroes?
I save my sister from monsters and you know how she thanks me?
“Andrew, I love you, but I really don’t like your hair.”
She’s three, people. THREE.