With a click of a button there it was, i was following a user called Robert Daley, because that's what you do on Twitter you follow a complete stranger without thinking about the consequences. All it took was one follow request, one person with 22 stolen identities for my world to fall apart.
You almost feel ashamed that someone could be that important, that without them you feel like nothing. No one will ever understand how much it hurts. You feel hopeless, like nothing can save you. I'm Tegan Harris and this is my story.
Karma Jones: You want some more water? Chad Hamrick: Thanks [laughs] I can't believe you brought water to a party. Karma Jones: I didn't want to get dehydrated. That's what gives you a hangover. Chad Hamrick: Really? I thought it was the tequila.
Karma Jones: Do you ever think about what everybody else is doing? Chad Hamrick: Who's everybody else? Karma Jones: Friends, family... People out in the world. Chad Hamrick: We're everybody else now.
Chad Hamrick: Why are you crying? Karma Jones: That was... that felt so good. Chad Hamrick: You make that sound like a bad thing. Karma Jones: It's just... for a while, I forgot where we were. I pictured us home, worrying about what everybody was gonna say. I felt so normal.
Karma Jones: Why would you do that? Chad Hamrick: Do what? Karma Jones: Leave me there without saying where you were going or... Chad Hamrick: You were sleeping. Karma Jones: And I woke up and you were nowhere. What are you doing? Chad Hamrick: He deserves to be buried, okay? At least have a funeral. Karma Jones: Chad, I don't understand. Wh-? Talk to me! I'm here and... Chad Hamrick: Here and what? we're stuck on an island, that doesn't change the fact that we can't be together. We had sex once, it doesn't change anything Karma Jones: That's mean. Chad Hamrick: Yeah. I'm not a nice guy. Karma Jones: No you're not, Whatever it is, I'll listen. Please, just give me... [falls and screams] Chad Hamrick: KARMA!
Chad Hamrick: We've seen one plane since we've been here. Karma Jones: I'm never gonna see my family again. Chad Hamrick: We'd be better off in there, long-term. Karma Jones: What's long-term, Chad? Chad Hamrick: Look, Karm, at some point we're gonna have to say this is it! This is our life, you know? It's you and me.
Chad Hamrick: Think it was the fish? It smelled a little weird [pauses] You think maybe you're... pregnant? Karma Jones: No, I'm not. Chad Hamrick: It's not that I don't want kids. It's just... you know. Karma Jones: I know. Chad Hamrick: You want kids? Karma Jones: Someday. Chad Hamrick: Me too.
“I love you, Karm. From the moment I met you. No… not the first moment, I wanted to kill you when I first met you. But then I started to like you. A lot.” Karma gave him a questioning look, as Chad bent down on one knee. “Whoa, wait a minute. Are you proposing to me?” “Well I would if you’d let me finish,” Chad grumbled.
“I knew the second I met you that there was something about you I needed, turns out it wasn't something about you at all. It was just you. I want to be able to sleep with you every night and wake up seeing your face every morning, I want to eat your crappy tacos that you think are Mexican. I want to climb mountains with you and be challenged by you, I want to argue with you just so we can have crazy hot makeup sex. Marry me, because without you i can't breath…and because you’re my best friend and i'd want nothing more than to grow old with you.” He starts tearing up, and it’s shocking because she's never seen him cry. “Marry me, Karma Ella Jones" "YES" and at that moment the sprinklers set of due to the candles and everyone came inside and clapped.