Updated: Jan 21
Galatians 6:9 was tattooed on his chest. I thought for a second it was a fake tattoo, but that’s insane right? Let us not become weary of doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. I asked him if he believed in karma. He said no.
It was in that moment, I knew that this perfect 25 year old specimen was indeed not going to be going to school to become a doctor in August. Please note, it’s not his intelligence I’m undermining. Seriously. Stop laughing. Ok, I couldn’t stop laughing either.
My guess would be that this pretty boy from an amazing family in Macon, GA got caught up in some serious shit at one point. Possibly, went to jail for awhile. All of that is non existent now though because he captured the attention of some organization and is now an aspiring undercover cop.
His whole doctor story was really cute though. An innocent boy doesn’t walk around and analyze someone’s every move half the night. He didn’t lose his phone. He was hunting.
God damnit, his pick up line was brilliant though. He asked me my opinion on what a guy across the room was thinking. I like my story about him better than the one he gave me. When I left to go home, I finally think I felt like a man feels when he leaves the club. I want him to come back and tell me another story, but I’ll probably never see him again.
Maybe I’m not so much entertained by substance in a person as I am by a con artist. This really got me thinking. Do I value someone’s ability to manipulate as a positive trait and why? Can a con artist be of noble nature? I should ask Siri.
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