So, what is that supposed to mean, "suits your personality"? Were these friends saying this or just acquaintances, workmates, people on the street, customers on the phone? How well did they know you to say such a thing? Did you go like a Virginia Mayo red or just Pinot Noir? I mean, there's red and there's red.

I've always been so insecure because of the way I was treated as a child, and had TONS of "issues" about the way I looked, etc. And yet, for all that, I never felt a need to change the way I looked, except in terms of clothing, which seems rather natural. To me... Except I usually just wear t-shirt and jeans and screw them if they don't like it. I've never understood why people dyed their hair or dressed fancy or bought fancy cars or... I mean, the punk thing, sure, but that was over, what, 20 years ago? And of course, acting. But that only goes on for a few days. Other than that...

I suppose that means I'm, what, introverted (nah). Rebellious in a different way?

So, going RED RED RED makes you what? Does it "suit your personality"?

Maybe it isn't the COLOR. And maybe they don't know what they're saying when they say it. Maybe it's just the FACT that you DO IT that "suits your personality."


Maybe people DO have to watch out for you.

Possessor of Paul Newman eyes. Author of the straightforward & strange. “Women zai shuo ba.” Be useful; share what you can; help others always. Doctor of texts.

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