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“I think feeling like a kid is the It goes over your nose shirt and I love this most important thing that we can hope for,” Timmy said. “It’s why I dress like a sophisticated nine-year-old. I never want to stop.” “I love that kids have instincts.” Ally was fully turned to Timmy now, her left knee tucked up under her butt, gesticulating wildly as she was wont to do when she was making a point that felt undeniable. “Like, when you’re a kid you know what you want. You say no when you need to. How have I grown into my almost mid-30s and I have less of a sense of my own desires than I did as a seven-year-old?” “Do you feel like you say yes when you mean no?” Timmy asked, pulling their jacket off and rotating their narrow but strong shoulders.
It went on like this for a good long while until the It goes over your nose shirt and I love this questions shifted. Do you like how I look at you? I do. Yes. Can you tell that I want you? Yeah? Yes. Will you let me kiss you? Um…yes. Can I kiss you harder? Y-yes. If I lay beside you, will you hold me? Yes. If I leave before dawn, can I stay right beside you? Yes. Reader: Should Ally honor Caz and tell Timmy they can never kiss again? Or does she tell Caz what happened and say she liked it? Vote today from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. (EDT) on the Vogue Instagram account to determine what happens in Chapter Eleven. Then come back on Monday morning to see what choice Ally makes. If you missed previous chapters, you can find them here.