I hate you,
I hate you in ways you wouldn’t imagine, I’m not sure you have an imagination. But that’s beside the point. Before I get to bashing you I just want to tell you a little about myself, speaking of the circumstances we didn’t get the proper introduction.
I’m a Chicago girl, I’ve only come across bugs when every I go into basements and I can tell you I don’t do that much often. I’ve been afraid of butterflies, grass hoppers and other insects since well who knows when. I don’t know why you could ever think I wasn’t afraid of you. I’m not too sure if you’re afraid of humans but I have to ask. I don’t want to come off as self – absorbed. I wasn’t use to the filth of your city, Chicago is much cleaner than New York.
I know you can careless about where I’m from or even my opinion of the cleanliness of my city compared to yours. I thought you had to know, I wanted you to know so that you can take a mental note of how far I came just to travel to New York. I know it’s not that far. Don’t knock me from trying to explain that little detail because it had a lot to do with our interaction. I also want you to know that I saved my pennies and neckless just to take a trip to your city.
I ran from you, because you gave me no choice. I ran all the way to my down town Brooklyn hotel, where I later cried in the elevator going up to my room. I just want you to know that you were rude, and rootless, I expected this from other New Yorkers but not from you.
I was a tourist in your city, I don’t really know if that makes any difference, but I expected to be welcomed with open arms, in your case you have legs. Obviously, your welcome wasn’t really much of a welcome, b...
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...ld have gotten the blood pumping. Would have been plenty! But it was so much more than that. You presented yourself there on that side walk and you rattled my cage.
Sure. Even now, I can tell myself that you have gotten better at your people skills, but we both
know that would be a lie.
I can only hope that you get squished on the street and end up on a bottom of a shoe. I hope that your corpus is dragged to the smoky pit of hell from where it came. We both know that we will see each other again. I will rain such vengeance down upon you and your friends. Your children’s children will know that in their last breath, their dying moments that your foolishness inflicted this ruin upon them. I hope you learned something after reading this letter. Know that your actions and the actions of your friends do have consequences and repercussions.
Until we meet again,
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