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"Why do you act like that on snap". "You know that's not how you are, why you actin like a wild party girl." "You should have more self respect." <- men, lemme ask y'all. When did y'all go from age 28 to 78? High waisted khakis and crispy white reeboks lookin ass. Twenty five cent coffee at McDonald's lookin ass. "Lemme clean my dentures" lookin ass. Listen to the baseball game on the radio thru headphones while you AT the actual ballgame lookin ass <- all real OG old ass men do this shit 😂. Lemme splain y'all something since now all of a sudden u concerned about how girls carry theyself on social media: snap ain't suppose to be her real cot damn life. She wake up early. Walk the dog. Take a shower. Do her hair. Go to a job she hate. Take the stinky ass train home where unsightly men try to sneakily graze her with they erected PP. Drink a lot of wine to forget the job she hate. U feel me? She ain't gon snap all that. She gon snap herself singing to Kendrick lyrics and acting a donkey at a bar. Poolside with her homegirls. Eating tacos because that's what sexy girls do they link up and eat tacos and then snap that shit. She tryina escape the monotony of daily existence thru this shit, not document it. Ain't that a motherfucker, ladies? Like my lil home girl always says - the same shit he loved about u that drew him in ... now he wanna u criticize u for it. Men...let a young ting be a young ting. All that judging make u look insecure and bitter AF. Let her live her life. If u can't fuck with that, give her space. Ya get me! Bless up 😍😂😂😂: Now that's a good boy While all the other dogs in the park were playing around, he read a book with his human. ba "Why do you act like that on snap". "You know that's not how you are, why you actin like a wild party girl." "You should have more self respect." <- men, lemme ask y'all. When did y'all go from age 28 to 78? High waisted khakis and crispy white reeboks lookin ass. Twenty five cent coffee at McDonald's lookin ass. "Lemme clean my dentures" lookin ass. Listen to the baseball game on the radio thru headphones while you AT the actual ballgame lookin ass <- all real OG old ass men do this shit 😂. Lemme splain y'all something since now all of a sudden u concerned about how girls carry theyself on social media: snap ain't suppose to be her real cot damn life. She wake up early. Walk the dog. Take a shower. Do her hair. Go to a job she hate. Take the stinky ass train home where unsightly men try to sneakily graze her with they erected PP. Drink a lot of wine to forget the job she hate. U feel me? She ain't gon snap all that. She gon snap herself singing to Kendrick lyrics and acting a donkey at a bar. Poolside with her homegirls. Eating tacos because that's what sexy girls do they link up and eat tacos and then snap that shit. She tryina escape the monotony of daily existence thru this shit, not document it. Ain't that a motherfucker, ladies? Like my lil home girl always says - the same shit he loved about u that drew him in ... now he wanna u criticize u for it. Men...let a young ting be a young ting. All that judging make u look insecure and bitter AF. Let her live her life. If u can't fuck with that, give her space. Ya get me! Bless up 😍😂😂😂

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@Regrann from @kingmish420 - Cafe Owner Lets Homeless Man Work For The Day. 2 Weeks Later, She Walks In And He's Still There  “Do something nice for someone today and don’t judge them just because they are out there asking for money for we don’t know their situation… some deserve another shot,” Cesia writes on Facebook. By: Barbara Diamond-Little Things In March 2016, a homeless man wandered into Abi’s Cafe in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He right looked at the owner, Cesia Abigail, and asked her for money. “Why don’t you have a job?” Cesia replied. “You know nothing is given to me for free, right?” The homeless man, Marcus, proceeded to explain to Cesia that while he would love nothing more than a job, his history of felonies made it nearly impossible to convince employers to hire him. To stay alive, Marcus was forced to turn to stealing and panhandling. But instead of turning Marcus away, Cesia decided to do something so incredible that her story went massively viral… Cesia Abigail is the twenty-something, owner of Abi’s Cafe in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Cesia had recently been struggling to keep her El Salvadorean restaurant afloat. In March 2016, a homeless man named Marcus walked inside Abi’s Cafe and asked Cesia for money. She felt an instant connection with the man who lived on the streets. Cesia could not offer Marcus any money. She was exhausted, overworked and underpaid. But she did need a hand. “I was short staff that day,” Cesia wrote on Facebook. “So I asked him, ‘You want to work? I have a job for you!’ His eyes opened wide and his smile made my day!!!! He said, ‘I’ll do anything for some food.’ So now for almost 2 weeks, he has been on time for his two-hour shift… helping take trash, washing dishes, etc. Once I pay him, guess what he does? He buys food from my restaurant (HE DECIDES TO PAY) because it makes him feel good!” With a newfound sense of dignity and self-respect, Marcus was a changed man. One day, Cesia saw him wrapping up half of his sandwich and giving it to a homeless woman. “Do something nice for someone today and don’t judge them just because they are out there asking for money for we don’t know their situation… some deserve ano: Cafe Owner Lets Homeless Man Work For The Day. 2 Weeks Later, She Walks in And He's Still There @Regrann from @kingmish420 - Cafe Owner Lets Homeless Man Work For The Day. 2 Weeks Later, She Walks In And He's Still There  “Do something nice for someone today and don’t judge them just because they are out there asking for money for we don’t know their situation… some deserve another shot,” Cesia writes on Facebook. By: Barbara Diamond-Little Things In March 2016, a homeless man wandered into Abi’s Cafe in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He right looked at the owner, Cesia Abigail, and asked her for money. “Why don’t you have a job?” Cesia replied. “You know nothing is given to me for free, right?” The homeless man, Marcus, proceeded to explain to Cesia that while he would love nothing more than a job, his history of felonies made it nearly impossible to convince employers to hire him. To stay alive, Marcus was forced to turn to stealing and panhandling. But instead of turning Marcus away, Cesia decided to do something so incredible that her story went massively viral… Cesia Abigail is the twenty-something, owner of Abi’s Cafe in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Cesia had recently been struggling to keep her El Salvadorean restaurant afloat. In March 2016, a homeless man named Marcus walked inside Abi’s Cafe and asked Cesia for money. She felt an instant connection with the man who lived on the streets. Cesia could not offer Marcus any money. She was exhausted, overworked and underpaid. But she did need a hand. “I was short staff that day,” Cesia wrote on Facebook. “So I asked him, ‘You want to work? I have a job for you!’ His eyes opened wide and his smile made my day!!!! He said, ‘I’ll do anything for some food.’ So now for almost 2 weeks, he has been on time for his two-hour shift… helping take trash, washing dishes, etc. Once I pay him, guess what he does? He buys food from my restaurant (HE DECIDES TO PAY) because it makes him feel good!” With a newfound sense of dignity and self-respect, Marcus was a changed man. One day, Cesia saw him wrapping up half of his sandwich and giving it to a homeless woman. “Do something nice for someone today and don’t judge them just because they are out there asking for money for we don’t know their situation… some deserve ano

@Regrann from @kingmish420 - Cafe Owner Lets Homeless Man Work For The Day. 2 Weeks Later, She Walks In And He's Still There  “Do someth...

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