The girl sighed, closing her eyes with a frustrated frown on her face.
"I like this. I like that. I would never really say it, but I like those things. Everything you do for me is nice, you don't speak a wrong word about me, but I would never say that."
She felt like slamming a door as hard as she could and throwing a tantrum.
"It's so stupid. You say that I don't like this and I don't like that. I do like those things, but I would never say it to you. I'm stupid, and I keep things to myself. It frustrates you, and then it frustrates me because I regret it later. But it's okay, it's okay
She wanted to let tears spill out and just scream, let the words pour from her mouth.
"Just be quiet. You think you know, but you don't know. What you know isn't the real whole truth. I would never say it to you, but I like those things. I like what you do for me. I like how you act, the way that you are. I wouldn't say it to anybody
but I think I like everything."
She's stupid for not making things simple.
I like stupid."
She sighed again, this time in defeat.
"I could never say those things out loud, though."
"That would obviously be the most stupid thing I could do."
The girl thought for a moment about her words.
"I'm so stupid."
"I've been stupid for a long, long time."
She smiled for a moment.
She sat there, and just smiled.
"I'm stupid, but you don't care."
"You like stupid, too, don't you."