I’ve been known to throw out a few random songs from my repertoire in hopes of getting a first kiss, but this list of songs is a little different. I’m sending them to you in hopes that you’ll think of me once and send me a message saying “I was thinking about you.
So if youve been thinking about me, just remember that I get my moments, and that im pretty awesome too. It just means that your time is limited and I hope you can wait a little longer.
That is a pretty special list for a friend, but I know that you deserve it. And also, Im sure that there are many more songs that you can send to your crush, just think of it as a form of dating.
The good news is that I’ve seen a ton of songs sent to me this week, so there’s no pressure to send anything you’re thinking about me and I hope you’ll think of me once too. The bad news is that the songs I’ve sent you aren’t exactly what you’d expect from a crush. I’m pretty much just a guy, but we have a lot in common and I think you’ll like them.
There is a reason we don’t send too many songs to each other. There are a lot of rules that govern the way we send stuff to each other. Some of these rules are easy to break, but some are too specific to ever make you break them. The most important rule is that you can only send an album to your crush one time. Ive seen a lot of music sent to me and a lot of times Ive simply deleted it.
I think what this rule has to do with the way we send songs is that sending an album to a certain person at a certain time is something that is very hard to do. This rules out the music you send to your crush if the crush is in the room, but not if you have a crush who is not in the room.
So, I think sending an album to a crush to a certain time should be pretty easy, but it is not. The reason for this is that the crush might be in the room, but their phone is not, and when the crush is in the room, sometimes they don’t know if they can hear the phone. So sending them an album to their crush when they are in the room is very hard to do.
I’ve tried sending them an album to their crush every single time I’ve known them since we’ve been together (about 50 different times), and we’ve had quite a few conversations where I didn’t get it right, and he or she was confused and didn’t understand how it worked.
You’re not sending an album to a crush when they are in the room. You’re sending the album because when you’re in the room, that’s where they are.
As a result of this, I’ve found myself sending them more songs than I would have otherwise. The reason is because I don’t like to send songs when theyre in the room. It’s too much of a hassle to have to go over and listen to the songs constantly just to ensure that youre sending the right ones.