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My Boy Friends RAT face

My boyfriend is a wonderful guy and all, but he has a weird face. He was one of those people that based on looks alone, I didn’t find him very attractive,
but as time went on I found him more and more appealing ’cause he has a great personality and confidence, and a wonderful heart, but sometimes in my mind I think of him as “dear rat boy” (a la the simpsons)

Do you think I should tell him this?

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