Don't be ashamed: Be true to yourself and who you are.
It’s safe to say the baby powder addict is going to look real normal compared to this other creep. (It’s not even a nice car.) This car raping started when he was a kid and liked to build model cars.
Nathaniel is going to rape the hell out of a human at some point in the near future. I ask this everyday, DO THESE PEOPLE NOT UNDERSTAND HOW TELEVISION WORKS? Everything in her house has a thick layer of white powder covering it. She doesn’t understand why it’s everywhere and it doesn’t seem to cross her mind that vacuums exist.
“If everyone found out I’d be worried it would effect my job,” Nathaniel says. She and Nathaniel sit around talking about his intimate relationship (both emotionally and sexually) with Chase.
Although it’s safe to say I’m not as uncomfortable as Nathaniel’s dad. “You don’t think nothing is wrong with what you doing right now? (Her grammar, not mine.) Nope, Jaye thinks it’s normal. He’s worried some is going to go into her lungs and kill her. It makes total sense that Steve Jobs was killed by cancer, but this useless sack of nonsense is just free to live her pointless life of being a creep, unharmed. Nathaniel meets a therapist who is somehow able to keep a straight face and not run out of the room. Chase, on the other hand, keeps trying to keep his engine running in a closed garage.
Jaye is like, bitch you being judgmental, back it up, bitch. Her friend watches her shove a spoon of baby powder up her nose. At the end of the show he’s still in his committed relationship with Chase.
The repairman has suggested rebuilding Chase's whole engine, but that will likely cost ,500, and I don't have that money right now. That will cost me about 0, but I'm waiting on the final estimate. I think it would be enjoyable because it would be something new for both of us. You can't take outside opinions and turn your life around to make someone else happy.
Do you have any words of advice for people dealing with addictions?
27-year-old Nathaniel has been in a relationship with his car Chase for nearly five years, taking it out on dates, buying it gifts, and even getting intimate with it.
When I tried starting him I started him again, he made a hideous noise.
I called the wrecking service and they took Chase to the shop.
Mainly, the therapist helped me to see more of who I am.
It made me more comfortable about myself and my feelings.
He’s legally blind so she’s been able to shove it up her nose right in front of him without him noticing the dust cloud surrounding her. This conversation takes place over Chase, while Nathaniel strokes and humps Chase.