It’s not often that a woman who gets married has to worry about “only fans.” But that’s what I’ve been getting for the past seven years.
A couple weekends ago, Gina Valli got married. That was very good. But before Gina got married, she got married to her high school sweetheart, Kevin. And now her son, Alex, is a “fansite” because the kids of Gina and Kevin are a lot alike. So she has to worry about both her son and her son’s two-year-old daughter, who happens to be her ex-husband’s little girl.
Gina and Kevin are a match made in heaven. They’re both like the other guy’s ex-wife, but with great hair and great kids. And that’s exactly why the little girl is a fan. To this day, Gina will give the little girl a high-five because she is such a fan, and to this day, Kevin will make sure the little girl gets a picture of her little boy because he knows she’s a fan.
So Gina is on the island for her little girl to get a picture of her little boy. Thats her excuse for the whole thing. Because even after the little girl is a fan, Gina is still not ready to marry Kevin.
Gina is married to Kevin for his money, but that doesnt make her really happy. Gina is also a fan, so she loves to see her daughter’s reaction. She also loves Kevin to death, but his lack of affection is making things worse. Gina’s husband is a total bitch, and it is her fault if she cant do anything to get her way.
I cant wait for her to get married. When Gina talks about getting married all I can think of is this: she will have a big piece of ass, and when she has sex with that big piece of ass I will be so happy, and then one day she will be so happy that she will never be able to get the big piece of ass and will die.
I’m not sure if there is a problem with this, but I feel like people are always putting up a great fight with people who have the same interests, the same personality, the same interests. But you know what I mean.
This is also a really good point. There is a difference between the two. One person’s “big” is always the thing they most want. The other person’s “big” just happens to be the thing they are most scared of losing.
The reason people put up a good fight is most likely because they’re scared of losing the thing that they want most in the first place. The problem is that some people are so afraid of losing that they put up a fight to protect a thing that is much less important to them. It’s a trap.
So it should go without saying that you should never, ever put up a fight over something you don’t want to lose. Sometimes you can use force to get what you want; sometimes you have to negotiate. The point I’m making is to not put up a fight. It’s like getting a job at a bank. If you want to work as a cashier, that’s fine.