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Mrsgnomie

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  1. I think as things settle, Matt will change his mind. It's been six months, it's still a strange concept. He'll be Matt for now, but not forever.
  2. I was going to say it wasn’t even a week, but then I checked and realized it was last Monday! Oops! Aidan knows what’s up
  3. After the way @kbois threw me under the bus, of course I did lol
  4. For the record. I posted it at 11:58pm Eastern time. Just before midnight. 5:58pm Hawaiian time. #deadlinechamp
  5. Matt laughed so hard on the way home he almost crashed, twice. If only he could be more like them when he drank; happy, funny, and everyone’s best friend. Seamus’s friends spent the entire drive hanging out the window, yelling at unsuspecting bystanders. ‘I LOVE YOU MAN!’ ‘YOU’RE AMAZING!’, ‘HOW MUCH FOR YOUR JACKET?!’. It was so different than drinking with his friends. Better. It was so much better. They were almost to the loft, and Matt was still smiling when Seamus reached across the console and squeezed his knee. “Did you have fun?” “Yes, it was awesome. I was nervous
  6. Who’s side are you on anyway?!
  7. Nope. About half way. I’ve been swamped. I’m hoping to get the next chapter posted tonight but, ehh, not sure that will happen. Tomorrow for sure! And I say that with 85% confidence
  8. Just Jay, others are straight 🏹
  9. Seamus has been a bit of a loner thus far, I'm glad we could see him with his friends and see him as a whole person who is more than just a guy that revolves around Matt and Aidan.
  10. Seamus has some stuff he needs to work through, reasons why those things are difficult, and why they aren't talked about openly. We will hear more from him in the next few chapters. We'll also hear more from Jay later. He's fun.
  11. Jesus can't help him
  12. Could you share a bit more. What do you feel is their conundrum? Elephant? What should work is wrong? Just curious where your thoughts are.
  13. I had a whole, super neutral response typed out but deleted it because the truth is...two fully mature men having mature conversations right out of the gate? BORING 😂 Also, Matt has a solid head on his shoulders...it just needs the occasional adjustment
  14. The lobby was unusually quiet as Matt made his way to the loft, so was the elevator. Nervously, he paused outside the door. He didn’t know what he was walking into. Seamus was upset, Matt knew that much. He knew he had done nothing wrong but he could understand how Seamus might’ve felt a little blindsided. Matt had mentioned his summer plans more than once, but they hadn’t explicitly talked about Matt moving out. Surely Seamus knew they would not live together right off the bat? That would change if things went well. Matt could see them reevaluating their living arrangement in a more roma
  15. I know, I was thinking of posting Chapter nine early. Everyone can meet Seamus's friends.
  16. I didn’t think Matt came off as someone who was using Seamus for those things. This is an interesting perspective.
  17. Yes, me, I’m team Aido Potatoe! I’m also team Seamatt
  18. I get this, but from another perspective, Matt should have the freedom to be able to go home without feeling guilt. It’s been a HUGE year for him. His Life changed. I’d want to go home and leave my responsibilities behind, too. Matt’s never had a grown up relationship. Should he have sat down and talked to Seamus? Yes, he can’t control Seamus’s feelings.
  19. Matt needs to feel/know he has the independence/strength within himself. And I think you’re exactly right. He needs to succeed on his own but he needs to know Seamus is there. And that will come. It’s not always easy to navigate
  20. This. I know some are frustrated with Matt. But he's freshly 21, his relationship is bounds above others. Living with someone you're dating is different than living with someone as a roommate. I think its okay for Matt to slow it down if that's what makes him feel comfortable. Especially if his past relationships didn't work out. Do they need to talk, yes. And Matt knows that. He's learning how to do it right.
  21. Matt was on a roll—absolutely killing his classes. There was one month left and he was almost finished with everything he could be done with and his end of year projects were as far as they could be at this point. He met with a small group between classes. He loved it. They each created a business plan and then someone in the group would audit another. It was challenging and involved so many different aspects of what he’d been learning. It felt like a real-life trial. Matt was more excited than ever to graduate. One more year. When he finished up with class he went to work. Monday was a s
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