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..but for now just a slice.

by Massimo Usai

I can’t stand the rules.

I can’t stand the stupidity and illogic of things.

Although I actually love chaos. I am chaotic, confusing, devoid of any organizational sense.

Characteristically unstable and emotionally ultra fragile.
Often immersed in my thoughts, I love to live in details and feed on emotions.
I collect sentences from films and records, I emphasize famous lines from random books, and I like to stop things with a photoshoot.

Keep the Change A slice of my feeling 6a00d8341cf45353ef014e5fef5334970c 800wi
London



Sincere, loyal, frank and often confused. Sometimes acid and arrogant for this same reason.
Grumpy, yes, often, but I also know how to love, and to love means to enjoy a lot, with my whole being and this is, in my opinion, my biggest flaw.


..almost everything



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