i had the most aggravating day, ever. school? well, we won’t go there… much. today is the “sports day” installment of spirit week. yay, all the jocks wearing what they usually wear. how exciting. and stupidifying (is that a word? well it is now!). they took away the only day worth dressing up for – decade day. and just as a slap in the face, they switched it to sports day. how cruel and… really stupid. i wore a black cardigan sweater with a light pink tank top underneath, with my ruffly black skirt and victorian boots. everyone commented on how much school spirit i had! yes, and damn proud.
let’s see, friday i went and saw one hour photo with matty. it was wonderful, yanno, that movie with robin williams in it? it wasn’t gory, it was mostly just creepy. the guy has hundreds of photos of this nice looking family up on his wall in his living room that he stole from the photo lab he worked in. they were tacked up there so nice, too. well he finds something out, blah blah, and yeah.. that’s it. made you think for a while. i liked it.
saturday was a strange day. i worked, and my friend from 6-8th grade came in to eat. she told me (i dunno if she was lying) some pretty messed up things about herself. i mean, sure, everyone is free to choose their own path and what they will do with themselves. it just sorta makes me sick.
instead of going, i decided to go to the show. feeling very lonely, i drove to stephanie’s house, where evan was over. we sat around for about an hour and talked about homecoming nonsense – what we were wearing and all. stephanie’s dress that she ordered from lip service was hideous, and she didn’t have any alternatives. i thought of everything i have in my costume shack, i mean, wardrobe… but nothing seemed right. she said she’d wear the leopard dress from last year’s homecoming. i wish i could’ve helped. but, however, she does look good in that dress!
we went to the show after, and ground zero was supposed to open the doors at 8.30pm. well, we got there at eight, i think, and stood around. nobody seemed particularly friendly, so i clustered with kim. all the boys there were, well, just that. boys. they drank, belched, spit, swore, and smoked (and blew the smoke in your face). kim and i were appalled. she looked spectacular, in a pretty black vintage 80’s find.
i stood away for a while, and pondered how all the boys wouldn’t talk or act nice. kim is so gorgeous, i mean, she has perfect features. pretty lips, dark eyes, and a perfect-shaped nose. why weren’t they swarming her? i was wearing this black and white plaid skirt, my smashing pumpkins tank top, my stompy 20 eyes, and a cardigan. we said hello to this one girl and told her she was pretty. she gave us a mean stare. what is wrong with people?! anyways, this one gay cutie went to walgreen’s with us and snagged us some cosmetics. i got two pairs of black lashes for homecoming. they’re fluffy, and i can’t wait to wear them!
feeling quite odd and lonely, i gave the klepto-kid three dollars to get into the show. everyone else went in, and i left and drove around for a while. i ended up at barnes and nobles around ten, then went home.
my english group recorded our 1950’s fashion video. we filmed in black and white and wore aprons and pretended to work in the cafe. we did a cigarette ad and a cafe scene in which one gets a cigarette burn in the forehead and we stage a fashion show in the middle. we cut and spliced scenes in the tv productions room today, and we shall finish it tomorrow.
i tried to open a bank account today, but washington mutual said i had to be eighteen. wait, first they told me, after waiting fifteen minutes, that i needed more than one form of id. so i drove home, grabbed two more, and drove back. i waited twenty five minutes this time, and the lady said i had to be eighteen. remember, you’re not a responsible person if you do e-business and drive a car. did you know i haven’t received a ticket yet? it’ll be one year driving on the twenty-fourth.
i took a love test, and yeah, they got me exactly! how do they do it?
- You are attracted to those who are elegant and well-mannered.
- In the process of courtship, the approach that would make you
feel irresistible is straight-forward, just tell you he/she
- The impression you would like to give to your lover is stylish.
- You don’t like it when your partner is insecure.
- The kind of relationship you would like to build with your
partner is one that you care not only about the present but
also the future with your partner, a long-lasting relationship
that you can grow with.
- You care about the society and morality, you won’t do anything
wrong after marriage.
- You think of marriage as a precious thing. Once you get married,
you’ll treasure it and your partner very much.
- At this moment, you think of love as a commitment for both parties.
i parked my car today at school, and rain left a puddle under my car. i had to step in it.