“We have been together for seven years but please don’t ask me for the exact date. Exact dates in not what love is about.”

“My sister was the rebel in the family. She smoked, had many tattoos and got pregnant at nineteen. My parents were always afraid that she would be a bad influence. If anything, I felt she was a good influence. She made all the mistakes for me so I knew what not to do. My entire family always had big hopes for me. I was the first who was eligible to pursue an academic career. After high school graduation I wanted to study fashion but because of the admission procedure I had to wait one year. My parents accepted my decision to study fashion but they didn’t allow me to not study for an entire year. To satisfy them I decided to randomly pick a study so I choose law. It was a mistake from the beginning and soon I started to skip classes. I didn’t wanted to disappoint my parents so I didn’t tell them I was spending more time at my job in the post office. After a year I got accepted into the fashion academy. I might never be a lawyer but at least I do something I enjoy.’‘

“They are a couple.”
“Do they ever have an argument?”
“No never, they are in love.”
“How do you know?”
“They work together as partners. Every morning they wake up and sing the exact same song over and over again to attract attention.”
“What for?”
“So they will be fed.”

Nicaragua – Popoyo

“My relationships with women never lasted very long. Either they left or divorced me, one even died.”
“If you could change something about the past, what would it be?”
“I’d probably just stuck with Yolanda, she was a good girl.”

Nicaragua – Matagalpa