You still around?
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okay)) i understand)
well.. what kind of music do you like?)
I'm listening to music and watching TV
what are you interests?
I'm wonderfully!))) what are you doing?)
Hello!) how are you? my name is Diana.nice to meet you
a year, you single?
nothing really, just browsing
lol thanks, nice to meet you too
hey, long time no see, what's up?
Same as far as being busy. Just more with marching band than school.
Glad to hear that for once Pretty much the same. What's new or been going on with you?
Hey, haven't talked in a while. How's things doing?
yeah, i'm worried about my medical exam. they could deny me if they notice my TMJ disorder and how bad it is. i'm obviously not here to get my jaw fixed, though it would be a plus. but i'd hate to be denied residency for it.
not here. i believe, if the relationship is validated, you can do that in the US, but not in Canada. all getting married would do, for us, is cost us an extra $75 onto the fees we're already paying. it's definitely not as easy as i'd presumed. we're better off than a lot of other couples though. some from Europe have never even been cleared to visit their spouses in Canada, let alone be allowed to live here, for years. it's a lot easier for Americans.
nope, not quite so easy here. it's time consuming, and unreasonably costly to become a citizen so I'm choosing not to. I'm doing a residency instead, which is still really not at all cheap but at least won't put me in debt at any rate. just lots and lots of waiting and not being allowed to leave and re-enter, so I haven't been back to the states for nearly two years.
i moved from America to Canada
yeah I do some still but not as much. I'm more engulfed in immigration stuff at the moment.
yeah I leave lots eh? it gets boring here is all. not enough activity and very cliquey and nobody really shares my interests.
but I'm alrighty. about to go see Louis CK live. you?
so you're just gonna ignore me?
you are an asshole
Yes...sorry for the late reply.