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Dec 17th, 14 @ 8pm
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silli_lil_sophs
His new neighbour in the basement apartment had yet to show his face. Yet he had given an unforgettable impression. Without fail every day Timothy would find his post, along with all the other residents of the four floor building, teared carefully at the corner. It was always the top right hand corner, often jaggedly ripped but never to harm the contents inside the envelopes. At first it had puzzled Timothy but he had come to the conclusion that the new neighbour must be an avid stamp collector.

One day this all changed and it bugged Timothy that he couldn't discover why, he came up with various conclusions but not knowing made him frustrated. What had changed had been the stamps were being removed leaving the envelope corners intact. Maybe someone in one of the apartments above had made a complaint, maybe the neighbour had been constantly trying to improve his process and finally cracked it. Perhaps he had been meticulously practising with his own post and developed his strategy. Maybe a friend had suggested it.

It was only four weeks later that Timothy discovered what had changed. He had woken up a lot earlier than usual and was about to leave the building when he caught the young lady from the flat above. She didn't see him as he opened the door into the hallway but he saw her. There she was with a scalpel delicately peeling the stamps from their envelopes. It threw Timothy into a state of disarray at first. Had the correlation of the stamps disappearing and the Neighbour from the basement moving in been a complete coincidence. Had it been her all along? Timothy sensed movement so stepped back into his flat, leaving the door slightly ajar to check when the hall was clear, but to his pleasant surprise she didn't go for the stairs. She knelt down in front of the basement flat door, pushing all the stamps individually under the door.
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Dec 17th, 14 @ 8pm
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silli_lil_sophs
Perhaps when our own selfishness makes us feel ugly we know only love can keep us beautiful
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Dec 17th, 14 @ 10am
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mourningcolours
lmao.

Fat AND ugly.

At least I'm not ugly.

...lol.
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Dec 17th, 14 @ 8am
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mourningcolours
God, I'm ready for something new.
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Dec 9th, 14 @ 11am
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mourningcolours
Must you always live your life to spite someone? Does it give you the satisfaction you think you're missing?

I find it quite hilarious, actually.
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