People always tell me I'm, "funny", "scary", "intimidating". But that's not the real me. That's just my mask, we all have masks. The faces we put on in front of new people, the laugh when someone asks if you're ok. When you meet someone you don't truly meet them, you meet their mask, maybe some key parts of themselves but you never truly get to see the true thing.
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