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The way I describe it makes her sound ugly but she was quite pretty, at least to me. It's just that I noticed these things and exaggerated them in my mind -- because I found them attractive, even though they aren't. And it's hard for me to list things like this without just going into examples from my history because I was never the type to formula things like dealbreakers in advance. I figure everything is pros and cons, tradeoffs, and how much I could like a girl, or even fall madly for her, was always a discovery process filled with surprises and never something I could tell in advance.
[...] I was never the type to [formulate] things like dealbreakers in advance. [...]
Oh, and she was a smoker -- definitely didn't like that, but it's like I fell in love with that too. So the complete caricature was her smoking, monobrow, crooked teeth, and shouting profanities at people walking by. I loved that image. It made me miss her all the time. Again she wasn't anywhere this ugly-sounding -- this is hyper-exaggerated. She was quite pretty.
She also had anemia in a way that affected her posture, a sort of slouch that would make her belly protrude even though she was skinny. And one of the things about her these days that would be a dealbreaker, but back then I thought I could handle it, was that she was bipolar and prone to the most intense mood swings. I got all the way to be engaged with her. But it's like my favorite images I formed in my mind of her were the ugliest ones.
What if she is a serial killer thoooo?
@DanielStark Well that's the same as saying 'she's to die for'. Or till death do us apart.