#Hashtag

I’m not embarrassed to admit that up until recently Hash-Tag and I were on bad terms. We were just too different; he was a grammatical tool gettin’ busy all over the internet with his opinions, and  I was a small town chick who thought his only practical function was to celebrate girls being remorsefulnotremorseful about….everything. Oh, how wrong was I.

He’s really an incredible guy. He’s social, intelligent, insightful and he’s introduced me to some wicked-cool people.

I did the classic teenager act and judged him by his facebook identity. But now that we’ve spent some time together, I realise that he adds colours to my life that I didn’t know existed!

Basically what I’m saying is, I think I’ve fallen in love. He’s changed me, I’ve been rattled to my core; life can never be the same.

#remorsefulnotremorseful

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