why should i live


confused yet?


if today is tomorrow, and tomorrow is yesterday what is today

Submitted: Saturday, March 22, 2008

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  • Rookie ♦ nIcOlEtTe♦ <3 (4/18/2008 8:40:00 PM)

    uhhhhhhhhhhhh...... ithing it would be yesterday, today, and tommrow?
    i confused myself!
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  • Rookie Jasmine Margetson (3/22/2008 2:21:00 PM)

    easy tomorrow is always coming but it never arrives...and tomorrow can't be today and yesterday..so today is today and tomorrow and everyday that follows..and yesterday is today and everyday before that...and tomorrow is something that contradicts everything were taught.. cuz were never promised another day..like the day after tomorrow would mean the end of the world because tomorrow is not promised and if it holds place then adios amigos i guess..but yeah jus feedback i guess..but i do see where you were going (Report) Reply

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