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I’ve done the main story line, heaps of quests, I have all the buildings except tavern, I have all the animals (except donkeys because I don’t want them).. am I missing something to do here? Or is that it?
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2021.10.25 06:29 ulkaden Aleksey Taranov - Way To Success [Uplifting Trance]
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2021.10.25 06:29 Puzzleheaded_Ad_4435 Regret
Aiming clearly has no interest in maintaining this game or its English-speaking playerbase. I can't speak for the Japanese side since I don't play there. The game is riddled with bugs that range from mildly frustrating to completely game-breaking. That includes cash shop items that spend pgems but never appear in your inventory because the game crashed. You will probably spend more time redownloading this game or its cache than actually playing it. If you value your money, don't spend it here. If you value your sanity, stay away altogether. It's a shame, really, because I actually enjoyed the game when it worked. Best of luck to anyone still playing. Enjoy your bluescreens.
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2021.10.25 06:29 AlterNein Get Accessoires on NPC Models in GTA:O
Is there any way to get/attach regular Clothing or Accessoires from GTA:O Main character to a Switched NPC? So after I Switch my character to a NPC model using a mod menu. Thx for help :)
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2021.10.25 06:29 MousseSuspicious930 Different Types of Bongs and Their Benefits Explained:
Different Types of Bongs and Their Benefits Explained:
There are so many ways to get your THC or CBD fix these days—blunts, joints, thai sticks, edibles, wax, oil, the list goes on and on. Despite many of these new and novel approaches to cannabis use, one thing remains constant: the bong is the go-to choice for marijuana smoking.
Let’s start by discussing the various materials from which bongs are made so you can see the benefits and drawbacks of each. After that, we’ll move into the numerous bong designs you have to choose from.
- Standard bongs simply use water to filter the smoke.
- Ice bongs cool the smoke even further to allow for a super-smooth hit. These bongs have notches inside the tube, which catch pieces of ice as they melt.
- Recyclers: Recycling bongs use a two-chamber system to cool down herb smoke.
- Percolators: Percolators provide an extra level of cooling and filtration. Mechanisms range from inline, tree, showerhead, and honeycomb-style percolators.
Best Bong for Beginners:
For starters, I'd highly recommend purchasing a bong that is already equipped with accessories like a built in downstem or even glass chamber to ensure you get optimal water filtration.
Oh, and I'd stick with glass or silicone over acrylic or ceramic by a long shot, despite ceramics durability.
Although breakable, glass provides the highest performance for delivering clean and smooth tasting hits, while silicone on the other hand, is non breakable, but also delivers smooth bong hits with extremely low chances of breakage.
By buying a bong that is already equipped with the fundamentals such as a glass chamber, ice catcher, and downstem, the only thing you'll need to ever be cautious about, is not breaking it. You won't have to worry about all those weed gadgets and extra pieces because it's already included.
Bong Sizes and why they matter:
So what are the different bong sizes and why do they matter?
The cannabis market these days are completely saturated with all kinds of bong types and add ons, that it can be confusing and at times even frustrating to figure out what is actually needed in a bong and what isn't.
Truth is, everyone will have a different preference on what type of bong size they need to fit their everyday lifestyle. Maybe you're constantly on the move and you need something on the smaller scale like mini bongs, or maybe you're a home body, in which case a larger bong might be more ideal.
Mini bongs are be fun pieces to have due to their small size, making them quite ideal for on-the-go travels. They're generally light in weight and are perfect for those looking for a more discreet approach to their smoking experience.
However, there are two draw backs in having a smaller glass piece such as less airflow and harsher hits. Because these bongs are mini, smoke doesn't have enough space or room to allow a proper and efficient air circulation, therefore, resulting in harsher hits since smoke is not optimally filtered.
Medium bongs are more common since it's what the name implies, right in the middle of small and big. You can still reap the benefits of what a mini bong can provide plus the advantages of what big hitter bongs can deliver. The height of a medium sized bong is generally anywhere between 10-14".
Even though it's not as huge as a bigger bong, it's still greater in size when compared to that of a mini one, which knocks it off the list of making it discreet or even travel friendly. These are important points to consider when buying a bong.
Large bongs are usually for the more experienced smoker, though, not limited to beginners. These large sized bongs work wonderfully for home use since they are bigger and not discreet or travel friendly. In a lot of ways, this is the best type of bong to buy since they allow optimal airflow and smoke filtration.
This results in smoother and tastier hits, which reduces throat and lung irritation tenfold, as compared to medium and small bongs.
Bongs Produce Smoother Hits:
One major flaw of consuming cannabis through combustion (smoking) is that it can irritate the throat when inhaling. As hot smoke enters directly into the lungs with joints, blunts, or dry pipes, it produces an unpleasant burning feeling that might deter newbies (or people who are not used to smoking).
With a bong, the smoke cools down in the bongwater before you inhale it, providing you with a smoother hit. Of course, you’ll still cough here and there, but in general, toking from a bong is infinitely healthier than smoking.
Lighting anything on fire produces carcinogens. Unfortunately, a bong can’t completely eliminate all carcinogens and other toxins. However, using a bong can significantly reduce the number of harmful compounds that end up in your lungs, as they are filtered through the water.
In addition, water filters out nasty byproducts of combustion, such as tar. As any experienced toker can attest, swallowing a tarry chunk of ash is one of the more unpleasant aspects of herb smoking. With bongs, those ash and tar particles stay in the water instead of entering your mouth. If you want to have an even cleaner experience, add an ash-catcher attachment to your bong.
Bongs Reduce Bacterial and Mold:
Bongwater traps bacteria and mold to reduce the number of microbes that you inhale. Cannabis users tend to pass joints, pipes, and bongs around, which also passes illnesses. With a bong, some of those contaminants get filtered through the water instead of your lungs.
To get the most benefits from your bong, you should change the water between smoking sessions. A weekly deep clean with alcohol and Epsom salt is also a good idea. If you share your bong, you may want to wipe the mouthpiece off with an alcohol swab between each smoker to prevent sharing more than your high.
Getting Bigger Hits:
Using a glass bong is a favorite of many experienced stoners. The reason? It is the only method that allows users to take a massive rip. Theoretically, you could fill the container with smoke and take it all in one hit. Although massive hits aren’t the healthiest way to consume an herb, they sure can be fun. After all, it only takes a few bong rips to get the party started. It goes without saying that new users should tread with caution and work their way to bigger hits.
Glass is the most popular material used to build bongs. It provides a clean, pure taste because the glass doesn’t affect the flavor of the smoke. Glass is very easy to monitor for resin buildup because it’s transparent. It’s also very easy to clean when the buildup becomes a problem. Because of these factors, glass bongs are often more expensive than bongs made from other materials.
Plastic is probably the second-most popular material for making bongs because it is extremely durable. You can drop a plastic bong during a coughing fit and the only damage done will be the water stain on your carpet. Plastic bongs are also fairly cheap when compared with other materials. Bongs made from plastic are great for traveling because they are difficult to break and don’t shatter or crack like glass or ceramic. The only downside of plastic bongs is that they might affect the taste of your smoke slightly.
Ceramic bongs tend to be heavier and more robust when compared to the other materials on this list. For that reason, and their general fragility, ceramic bongs don’t usually travel well. They do, however, come in all sorts of novelty shapes, sizes, and colors thanks to the fact that clay is extremely malleable and easy to work with. Ceramic bongs are usually a bit more expensive than plastic bongs because of the work that goes into making them. Though a ceramic bong might not be your daily smoker, they are certainly great for special occasions or to display in a cabinet or on a shelf.
Bamboo is another popular material from which bongs are made. Bamboo bongs can range from pretty basic—just a tube of bamboo sealed at the bottom—to fancy and ornate with metal, varnish, and paint incorporated into the design. Bamboo is also very durable meaning that your bamboo bong will pretty much last forever if you treat it right.
Metal is also used to make bongs although the practice is not as common as glass or plastic. Metal is very durable and long-lasting. It’s also pretty cheap. The downside of metal bongs is that they can affect the taste of your smoke and you never really know when it’s time to clean them.
Now that we’ve discussed the materials from which bongs can be made, we’ll move to the bong design. Each of the bongs below could could be built from any of the materials above, although some materials are more common than others thanks to their ease of use.
Your bong will either have a hole in the middle somewhere, or it won’t. If your bong does have a hole, it’s a carburetor bong. If there is not hole, it’s not a carburetor bong. Pretty simple, no? Carburetors are not necessary to the design of the bong, but many feel that carburetor bongs produce a much more intense hit. This is because, when you release your finger, the carburetor hole allows fresh air into the pipe. This fresh air forces the smoke into your lungs more rapidly and makes it easier to inhale all the contents of the pipe.
Straight-tube bongs are the simplest design available. They consist of a simple tube sealed at one end with a stem and a bowl poking out of the side. You pour a bit of water in the tube, place your ganja in the bowl, and go. It’s simple, straight-forward smoking at it’s best.
The beaker-shaped bong is similar to the straight-tube bong except that the bottom is flared into a cone shape that looks like a beaker. Hence the name. Beaker bongs are more stable than straight-tube bongs because they have a larger base. The smoking process is the same: just add water, cannabis, and fire and you’re good to go.
Round-base bongs are similar to beaker bongs in that the base is wider than the tube and the mouthpiece. Round-base bongs, as the name suggests, have a sphere-shaped water chamber with a flat base. They are more stable than straight-tube bongs, but slightly-less stable than beaker bongs because the flat surface is smaller. Regardless of the shape—straight, beaker, or round—the basic mechanics of using them are the same.
A multi-chamber bong, sometimes called a recycler bong, is a variation of the straight-tube bong (although the chamber can come in various shapes). In a multi-chamber bong, the straight tube is separated into two chambers connected by a tube or third chamber (you can see one of them on the right in the picture above). Both upper and lower chamber hold water so the smoke is filtered twice. This produces a much cooler, much smoother smoke than the straight-tube, beaker, or round-base bong can provide. Because of the complexity, multi-chamber bongs are more difficult to build. That makes them more expensive than the simpler builds on this list. Multi-chamber bongs are also harder to clean.
A percolator bong, or bubbler bong, can be straight-tube, beaker-shaped, round-base, or pretty much any other shape you can imagine. The thing that makes them unique is that they contain a percolator. The percolator (shown up close below) is a piece of glass that dissipates the smoke before it passes through the water and causes a bubbling effect in the bong. Spreading the smoke out in that way helps to filter it better and cool it faster.
The percolator can be at the bottom of the bong (a single-chamber percolator), in another chamber (a multi-chamber percolator), or both (a multi-chamber, multi percolator). Because of the complexity of this type of bong, they can be difficult to clean, not to mention more expensive.
Bucket Gravity Bong:
Gravity bongs rely on the vacuum that water leaves behind when it leaves an enclosed space. Gravity bongs come in two types: bucket and waterfall (which we’ll talk about next). The simplest version of the bucket gravity bong uses a plastic bottle and a bucket full of water. This is a fun project to try now and again, but if you use this type of bong regularly, you’ll probably want to purchase a professionally-built model.
Once built and packed, you light the weed in the cap and slowly pull the water bottle out of the water being sure to stop before the bottle comes completely out. Pulling the bottle up creates a vacuum in the enclosed space on top of the water that pulls the smoke down into the bottle. When the bottle is full of smokey goodness, remove the cap and inhale the contents.
Waterfall Gravity Bong:
The waterfall gravity bong is similar to the bucket gravity bong but instead of pulling the bottle up to create the vacuum, you drain the water out the bottom.
When everything is assembled, light your cannabis and let the water drain from the bottle. As the water leaves, it pulls the smoke down into the bottle. When the water has completely drained, plug the hole with your finger or tape, remove the cap from the top, and inhale to your heart’s (or lung’s) content. As with the bucket gravity bong, you can make a waterfall gravity bong from household materials. But if you want to use it regularly, purchase a professionally-built glass or plastic model.
The gravity bongs discussed above make a nice segue into the wonderful world of homemade bongs. If you’re without your prized multi-chamber, multi-percolator, beaker-shaped glass bong, you can construct a simple substitute from everyday materials like fruit, water bottles, candy, building blocks, and even snow. They may not look as pretty as your colored-glass bong, but they’ll get the job done in a pinch.
How Often To Clean Your Bong:
For heavy smokers, we recommend cleaning your bong at least every 48 hours.
The heat and smoke from regular use will slow the growth of harmful bacteria, but only up to a point. Eventually, nothing you do short of removing the bacteria from your bong will prevent it from getting into your lungs.
So if you smoke a clean bong first thing Monday morning, wash the heck out of that thing after your first smoke Wednesday morning (48 hours later).
Alternatively, you could just clean your bong every second day before going to bed so it’s ready to go when you wake up in the morning.
Casual smokers should clean their bongs after every use.
It seems counterintuitive that heavy smokers can clean their bong less, but it all comes back to bacteria growth.
Casual smokers often go days between one smoke sesh and the next. When you don’t subject the bacteria to heat and smoke every few hours, it has plenty of time to grow and get stronger.
If you’re planning on toking one, two, or three times a week, clean your bong after every use.
You’ll avoid the issue of bacteria growth entirely and enjoy good flavors and aromas every time.
Signs That You Should Clean Your Bong Immediately:
The slimy film that coats your bong after several uses is the perfect place to grow fungi and bacteria.
As we mentioned earlier, bacteria is extremely harmful if enough of it gets into your lungs.
Fungi (a.k.a. mold) is also no good when it comes to your lungs and respiration. Certain fungi can cause medical problems, not to mention kick your allergies into high gear.
Resin Build Up:
Dealing with resin is a fact of life for the regular bong user. It builds up in all sorts of hard-to-reach places and can seriously affect the taste, smell, and overall experience of your marijuana.
If you see a slight discoloration and a thin layer of stickiness anywhere on your bong, follow the instructions below to remove that resin from the inside of your piece.
If you neglect the resin buildup too long, it could actually adhere permanently to the surface of your bong. No matter what you do after that, you won’t be able to remove all the resin. Your only recourse will be to discard the bong and get a new one.
Brown, Stinky Water:
Even if you leave clean water in your bong for a few days, it will eventually grow stagnant and turn brown and stinky.
Remember the swamp analogy we used above? This is it in a nutshell.
Smoking a bowl or two without changing the water in-between only accelerates the stagnation process because you’ve introduced smoke and other impurities into the mix.
Yes, that’s the water’s job — to filter out some of the harshness of the pot smoke — but those impurities build up over time. The water will start to smell and will become a breeding ground for bacteria.
White Or Black Specks:
White or black specks on the inside of the bong indicate ash build up. If not removed on a regular basis, this ash forms “chunks” that you can accidentally dislodge and inhale if you’re not careful.
And just as it sounds, pieces of ash in your lungs is never a good thing. Scrub that ash off your bong and avoid the problem altogether.
How To Clean A Bong: The Ultimate Guide:
In this section, we’ll tell you everything you need to know to get your bong spic-and-span clean like the day you bought it.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- Hot water
- Rubbing alcohol
- Cotton balls
- Hand towels
- Small Ziploc bags or tupperware containers with lids
- Bottle brush or pipe cleaners (optional)
Now that you’ve assembled all your supplies, here’s a step-by-step guide for how to clean your bong.
Dump Out The Dirty Bong Water:
You’d think this would be a given and not worth mentioning, but the simplest thing can be overlooked when you’re flying in a blue dream. We want to be thorough so here’s your reminder: dump out the bong water first.
Take Apart Your Bong:
Separate the bowl and the stem from the bong proper. If your bowl and stem are two pieces, separate those as well. If your bong has any other movable or removable parts, guess what? You need to take those apart too. Your bong should now be completely disassembled.
Rinse Everything With Hot Water:
Hot running water is a great way to start the cleansing process. It dislodges some of the surface resin that has built up with repeated use and starts to dissolve the bonds that bind the gunk in place. Get the water as hot as you can tolerate and consider wearing dish-washing gloves (those ugly yellow things). The gloves allow you to make the water hotter which turbo-charges the process.
If you think about it while you’re rinsing, fill from the top and empty from the slide opening. This will minimize the chances of the loose residue getting caught anywhere else.
Put Each Loose Piece In Its Own Container:
And no, you don’t want to use the same baggies your weed came in. We’re trying to clean things here folks. Tupperware containers with lids also make for a great reusable, earth-friendly alternative. And, no, you don’t have to put the bong itself in a baggie or plastic container. We’ll clean that by itself in a later step.
After you’ve got each loose piece in its own baggie or tupperware container, pour in at least ¼ cup of your rubbing alcohol along with at least one tablespoon of salt.
For larger pieces, go with ½ cup rubbing alcohol and two tablespoons salt. The proportions aren’t really important, just so that both ingredients are there.
Rubbing alcohol is mildly acidic which helps to breakdown the sticky resin that builds up inside the bong.
Salt is an abrasive that works in concert with the acid to add scrubbing power to the solution.
As an alternative to the rubbing alcohol, you can use vinegar which is also a mild acid. As an alternative to the salt, you can use rice to help scrub the bong clean.
If you choose to use rice, don’t let it sit too long in the alcohol (or vinegar) because it will start to absorb the liquid and soften. This will decrease its abrasive power.
Pour Salt In The Bong:
Add at least two tablespoons of salt into your bong; three would be better. Depending on the size of the pipe you’re using, you may want to add four or five.
Remember, salt will dissolve in liquids, so put enough salt in the bong that some stays out of solution (not dissolved). This helps increase the abrasiveness of the solution you’re making.
Pour Alcohol In The Bong:
Pour at least ½ cup of rubbing alcohol into your bong. Again, depending on the size of the pipe itself, you may need to add more. Don’t worry about the ratio of salt to alcohol. It really doesn’t make any difference as long as there’s enough of both to get a good swishing going.
Plug The Holes: Using the hand towels, plug all the holes in your bong. You can also use plastic wrap and rubber bands to seal the holes. If the holes are small enough, you could also use cotton balls. If you really wanted to get fancy, you could purchase a few beaker stoppers from your local beaker store. If you live in an area with no beaker store (we feel sorry for you), just place one hand over the mouth and one hand over the hole where the stem goes. Don’t forget to put a finger over the carburetor hole.
Shake: Just like you did with the small pieces in their baggies, shake the bong vigorously so that the alcohol and salt solution gets moved around on all surfaces. Continue to shake the whole thing for at least five minutes. Then shake longer. While you’re shaking the bong, you can be satisfied that you got your exercise for the day. Who knew shaking would be such hard work?
Rinse Everything With Hot Water:
Remove the small pieces from their baggies and dump the alcohol/salt solution from the bong. Rinse everything with the hottest water you can get.
Rinsing helps to remove the residual resin, the salt, and the alcohol from the surfaces of your bong. If some stubborn pieces remain (particularly in the bowl or the stem), use a Q-tip or a bottle brush (probably available at your local beaker store) to pick away at the mass.
After you remove that last little piece, rinse again with hot water and let everything air dry before using again.
If it’s been years or since last you cleaned your bong (first, ewww), you may have to repeat the entire process again (or even several times). Eventually, the alcohol, the salt, and the repeated agitation will peel away the layers of goo to reveal the sparkling glass underneath.
The above process can take some time, especially if you’ve gone a while without cleaning. To avoid a difficult mess, clean your bong regularly (as in after every use) rather than once a month or longer.
And before you say, “No way,” cleaning after every use is as simple as rinsing with hot water because you don’t have all the gook built up from repeated use. Cleaning it like this will drastically reduce the time you spend on this activity.
Think about it this way: would you rather spend three minutes or less cleaning your bong after each use (you’re washing pizza plates anyway) or an hour or more after a few weeks of resin build-up? The answer seems obvious to us.
Here are some other tips to make keeping your bong an easy job.
Use Vinegar Or Lemon Juice For Hard Water Stains:
Fresh lemon juice contains enzymes that break down the gooey resin that builds up on the inside of your bong. Adding just two drops to the water you use while smoking, prevents the gunky mess from forming. The lemon juice also helps kill the disgusting bong water smell and keeps things fresh.
It only takes a few drops to achieve the desired effect. In this case, more is not better. Too much lemon juice will start to overpower the flavors of your favorite strain. Two small drops is enough.
Store Your Bong Empty:
Again, this may seem like common sense, but we want to be sure and cover all our bases. After you’ve come down from your date with Mary Jane, just empty your bong and rinse it out as outlined above. This will keep everything clean and tidy and ready for your next smoke.
Putting It All Together:
Cleaning your bong doesn’t have to be a major undertaking and you don’t have to use specialized cleaners with all kinds of toxic chemicals. Just a quick rinse with a few natural ingredients after every use (or every other use) will have your bong sparkling and crystal clear as the day you bought it.
Sources: https://www.google.com/amp/s/honestmarijuana.com/types-of-bongs/amp/ https://www.magneticmag.com/2020/01/spotlight-5-benefits-using-bong/ https://dailyhighclub.com/blogs/news/beginners-guide-to-choosing-your-next-bong https://www.google.com/amp/s/honestmarijuana.com/how-to-clean-a-bong/amp/
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2021.10.25 06:29 AccordingFortune311 My girlfriend said she would scream at me in public.
I need help. I don't know what to do. I love my girlfriend a lot, we've been together for more than 6 years. And every day I've loved more than the previous. She got into Instagram lately and wanted help shooting videos (some dance stuff...). I hate doing things in public because of my insecurities. But I absolutely love the fact that she does it. She enjoys that sort of stuff.
So, I started shooting the video and needless to say, there were multiple retakes. She got the video she wanted, and decided to do another dance video to a different soundtrack. At one point, my insecurities kicked in and I told her I was done taking the videos. She got so mad at me (she used the word 'triggered').
I asked her to change her facial expression because we can still be civil in a public setting. Despite me feeling uncomfortable, I'm still pretending to smile. She says she's going to start screaming. I requested her to keep her voice down (while I'm still smiling), so as to avoid creating a spectacle. I know very well the attitude society has when a woman screams at a man in a park.
I walk away from her and head back to the house. Once inside the house, I ask her how she had the audacity to threaten me with her screaming in public. She said she was going to 'scream at me' and not 'scream in public'. She warned me of falsely accusing her and trying to twist the story into making myself as the victim.
I am still shaken up by what's happened. She said I'm making everything about myself while trying to pass myself off as a victim. What do I do?
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2021.10.25 06:29 ulkaden Aleksey Taranov - Way To Success [Uplifting Trance]
2021.10.25 06:29 iudah lag in teamfights
so i had my current phone for 2 or 3 years, huawei p smart z (maybe its relevant), 4.0 ram and 64 gb. i still have 10 gb or more left space, which i think is good (maybe it's not, tell me). and recently i started having lag while in teamfights. maybe it's a fps problem? i dont really know/understand this stuff. anyway, my phone sometimes is burning after one match or 2. but my problem is the lag in teamfights. i'll probably change my phone next month but until then, is there a way to fix this issue? like, it started so recently and suddenly, my phone was good for this game until now. sorry if it's the wrong flair or anything🥺
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2021.10.25 06:29 Vedant_Tailor The bumpy road to India's electric car dreams
2021.10.25 06:29 bobDahog Bruh that girlfriend is now scaring me
2021.10.25 06:29 jobsinanywhere Unexpected title change, Real-life feud to be used for Survivor Series match? (October 25th, 2021)
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2021.10.25 06:29 NiJeLL A girl's attention, but unfortunately confusion
I'm in no rush for a relationship. I want my next one to be healthy, happy, and we both have mutual respect for each other. I have a some little crushes, but none that I'd pursue because they either have a crush on someone else, I'm scared of ruining our friendship, both, and/or you're Scott.
We were both into each other from distance learning, we went on one date, we had sex, but none of us tried making it official. The reason I believe we aren't dating because he's ass at texting so my feelings dwindled. We still flirt and touch each other (I touched him in ways before we had a conversation about how he wants me to but not at school), but I wouldn't give him my heart because of how he's responded to my vulnerability in the past.
So then, this senior girl starts talking to me again. We had met Halloween 2019 and we talked on and off. She vents about her ex and I do my best to make her feel better. I had a small crush on her before and those feelings were returning. She said something weird regarding how it'd be okay for her (17) to date a 15 year old but not her ex, since she's "a girl." Not knowing how to respond to that, I end up saying something along the lines of "it'd be similar if we were to date." In that same breath, she says we should hang out sometime. Of course, I'm down because I'm a lonely guy who wants friends and possibly a s/o. Later in that convo, she responds to a story of a fat racoon with the caption "will you accept me in your bed tonight?" with that flushed emoji. She then asks when is my birthday and my favorite anime, saying to "tell her everything" and how she she'll start being really affectionate because we're talking again. I don't know if I'm reading too much into it.
My only fear is that she's not over her ex and if I were to get with her then I'd be a rebound. I'm tired of casual hookups and my homies telling me we'll fuck in the bathroom. I'm ready to love again. I can open my heart again. But I deserve to have someone who is ready to love me. I hope that as we get to know each other more personally I can get clarity on my confusing feelings.
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