Secret of Rafa.guerreiro

Sometimes i say to my friends and familie that i'm going for a ride just so that i can have some time for myself

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Froggy1971

Nothing wrong with that,sometimes u need a break & some "me" time to yourself.

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Princesss

you know, there's nothing wrong with that, sometimes we need to be alone?

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JuniorPrinces

I understand you, there is no harm in being alone sometimes

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Sasa

Mood

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Into-the-Abyss

I think you are not the only one, because everyone needs to be alone sometimes.

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daddy

Chilling alone is something I enjoy a lot, there is norestrictions when I am alone so I like it. ?

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Kaylee

I also do the same as you when I really need it.

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Kaylee

I also do the same as you when I really need it.

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kitty

How did you feel when you were alone? Sometimes we need to take some time for ourselves.

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kitty

We all dream of hitting the road and heading off in an unknown direction.?

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