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Some people have no moral compass.

by rsqdogsmom on August 23, 2014   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


ZERO; ZIP; ZILCH.

They lie to your face as easily as other people breathe.
There's no reasoning with them; they just don't GET IT that you cannot treat people so blase' and NOT have it come back on you at some point.
I only wish I was around to see HIM suffer.

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