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I'm expecting shenanigans instead of a clean match with a clean finish. They built this up and put too much effort so I highly doubt they'd conclude it on a random episode of Smackdown Live. Not with RR right there.
There's always gonna be a split base when it comes to keeping your ex around. I personally don't do it, if I saw you as more, I don't want to see you, nor have you as my friend. I enjoy my circle small.
Nikki Bella recently gave an interview about dating after John Cena. She mentions that she still keeps in contact with John, even as far as talking to him after each date. Basically, she gives John a recap of each date. https://comicbook.com/wwe/2019/01/20/nikki-bella-john-cena-dates/
Do you guys think this is a good idea, seeing how they both still respect each other and can keep healthy communication? Or is it just too weird?
Good news: me and my team are going to compete at the Italian Soft Darts finals (C category) here in Arezzo today (and hopefully tomorrow too) and I'm stoked.
Bad news: It's 3 am here and we all gotta wake up at 7. Lawd I can't
I am a Kanellenial. Generation Seeing Stars. Born between Bunnymania and the Van Ness wedding, give or take. They call us the “Stepchild Fanbase.” We are known for disappointment and questionable taste. Some say it’s because we’re the only fanbase to have our girl win Diva of the Year and dip in a matter of months. Others say social media allows our fave to post whenever she goes to Planet Fitness or a basement dweller antagonizes her for having boobs. But it seems that our one, defining trait is a numbness to the girls, an indifference to flopping.