Forgive me but I find this exceptionally amusing

whether they still identified as asexual; the questioner thought they were, but is with a new partner and feels different.

So not actually asexual then, just shacked up with someone they didn’t fancy very much.

5 thoughts on “Forgive me but I find this exceptionally amusing”

  1. Even when using a nonsensical pronoun, doesn’t it still conjugate to “they were, but ARE with a new partner”?

    Either that, or “they WAS, but is with a new partner.”

    Or we can just go back to speaking English.

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