would you do this to your daughter?

i don’t have respect for people
who put through
shit
they wouldn’t be able to sit
through themselves.
i don’t have respect
and I no longer will obey
anything they have to say
cause i’ve listen before
and it’s coke talk
joke talk
talk talk talk talk
blah blah blah blah
drunk gossip
drama addicted
high school
think you’re cool
child’s play
shit show parade
down the garbage shoot
to hell
oh fucking well
you guys earned it
hope you like the taste
of what you put others through
oh… no? you don’t like it at all -????
of course not…
not when it’s YOU
but you have no problems
doing what you do
to everyone else

would you do this to your daughter?

tell her to suck it up?

no. you wouldn’t

fuck you!!!!
( – i hope you learn your lesson but i doubt that you will)

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Author: b-side junkie

artist/designer, music lover, b-side junkie, writer, bartender, animal lover..."feelist"... Mad mime

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