Obfuscated sweet nothings. Tinder really sucks…
1: to be evasive, unclear, or confusing
2 a: to throw into shadow
b: to make obscure
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43 thoughts on “Six Word Story #154”
No lies, there is a computer coding competition called Obfuscatory C. Basically, you write code in C or C++ and you don’t format it. It has to work though. You get points for how much you have obfuscated your code
Oh wow I had no idea. That’s so interesting!
It is cool. I wouldn’t do it though
Dating apps? Yuck to the extreme!
For real. I’m very done with them.
Never tried one! It seems like such a meet market (Ha! Ha! Pin intended!)
This word does not make since the way it is spelled. Never would have ever looked it up.
It’s definitely a bit of an odd word.
She obfuscates her feeling for him.
That’s a really good one.
I both love and hate obfuscate.
Haha right now I’m just hating it.
I just ate too much sweet fruit today and it’s no good. Too sweet and sweet nothing are both annoying. However we are attracted to it…
It’s funny how we can’t resist either but get sick of too much of both.
Words so sweet; lies so harsh.
So very true.
The beautiful world
Of online dating
Obfuscate beginnings leads to terrible endings.
Truth so sweet, lie so bitter.
Obfuscate is a cousin of complicate.
Replying would only obfuscate the situation…
Haha true 😉
Words obfuscated . . . She never loved him.
Ooh love that SWS.
obfuscation – what my blog specializes in…
That’s why I love it 😂
thanks, Pooja! 🙂
Here’s mine: This obfuscate world is not secure.
Thanks, Pooja. Apreciate it
Never leave the sweet tenderloin, though difficult
Thank you 😊
Managing 4 platforms is very obfuscate!!!
“Sighing deeply, she swiped right… again”
Obfuscation is perfect to describe Bipolar
One lie can obfuscate any relationship.