Dueling Perspectives on the One Night Stand
Her: He seems like a normal guy. Cute. Funny. Sexy. Adequately mature. No hints of serial killer tendencies.
Him: She seems cool and hot. So hot. Lava hot. Is there anything hotter than lava? Magma? A chick this hot won’t turn into a needy clinger-stalker.
Her: I hope he doesn’t have roommates. It’s so awkward when there are roommates. I’m always wondering, Are they listening? Can they hear? Maybe they went out? Nope, just heard rattling in the kitchen. They’re totally listening.
Him: I have never been more thankful for my roommate’s business travel than I am tonight. All I need now is for magical creatures to pick up the week’s worth of dirty socks and underwear I’d been accumulating next to my bed.
Her: When was the last time I shaved above the knee? It’s going to look like a Mesozoic forest in there.
Him: When was the last time I changed my sheets? Wait. Have I ever changed my sheets?
Her: Okay so we’re just throwing clothes anywhere and everywhere…
Him: Could it take any longer to get her clothes off?!?
Her: This boy knows how to use his hands and mouth and…yeah, I could do this again.
Him: I am so not done with this girl.
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