I say that about half of her avatars. Bloody mongrel often forgets where she got them.
Haha and in in this case you'd be right yet again lol.
I met this asian muslim girl last night at a club, we were flirting with each other, and telling each other what we would like to do with each other (since this year I intend to sleep with a woman too) and then she mentioned how she should have been fasting, but she was being a bad girl.
Well of course I then told her that I was an ex muslim, and the conversation just switched, first she wanted to save my soul inspite of being a very flithy girl
, then she was blocking her ears saying she couldn't risk hearing what I was saying, basically it was a very interesting conversation all in all.
I told her to come here and she said she was too afraid to, she was so shocked to meet an ex muslim, hadn't even crossed her mind that people would leave the religion as she thought it was just a case of being bad and then repenting.
She didn't believe that the quran says a man can beat his wife because her dad never beats her mum, she didn't believe that mohammed had a child bride because it's culture that has child marriages not religion, islam which is the truest of the truest religion that she feels in her heart.
She was very nice, very sweet about it, I didn't get any judgement really off of her, plus she was very cute and adorable in her shock, but in the end I went back to partying with a quick hug off of her and a "think about what I;ve said" comment as I walked away.
My friend thought it was hilarious, as did I, but I also felt sad for her.
Today she is waking up feeling guilt about her good night last night, whereas I feel great about the fun I had last night, no guilt at all.
Yesterday I danced all day at the nottinghill carnival, came back and went clubbing, and today I am repeating the process lol just trying to sober u[ since I think I woke up still a bit drunk lol.