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10/3/05 01:38 pm - thatyousay - Things I learned...

People taste is weird.

You can fall head over heals for someone only by hearing their voice...
But then you don't have a voice of your own when you try to talk to them

Friends will do anything for you, even if it's stealing prime rib.

If someone says in public how much sex they are having and you know for a fact that it's not true, it's ok to laugh. Out loud.



That's all I got for now :-)

12/23/04 08:50 pm - last1to_shine

Do you people still post? Are you even still alive? Talk to me, I'm new here.
 

11/27/04 05:24 pm - macbethisme

I hate my boyfriend's friends.
They're a group of four girls. And they're the type of girls who don't spend all their time preening in front of a mirror, but manage to come to school looking pretty. Or at least the guys think so. They're hte type of girls who all dress the same, all act the same, all flirt the same, and the best part is--they're unaware of it.
They try so hard to be normal, to be accepted, yet try just as hard to be individual, to be unique. It doesn't work.
They're the type who talks about everybody behind their backs--even their "best friends". They put pictures of all their friends in their binders, to show off how popular they are.
They're the type who has a boyfriend, yet still manages to flirt with all the guys--and nobody calls them out on it.
They're the type who:
dumped chocolate milk on me in 7th grade
who forgot about said incident
and try to be all nice to me in front of me
invite me to places
and all this shit
yet whenever i turn around, i hear whispers about me. they talk about me, they make fun of me.
i don't like it.
but it really doesn't matter.
except that they're his friends.

3/9/04 02:39 pm - wolfhickey - but it's much too soon to leave this easy life

have you ever been in a class, where maybe the material isn't so great or maybe it's absolutely amazing, where you put a decent amount of effort into the work, actually study for tests, go to lectures and always get the homework done. You think to yourself "I should get an A in this course, at this point that wouldn't be an issue at all". Then you talk to other people who took the course and hear that they never went to lecture, copied the homework from eachother and generally didn't give a rat's ass (haha, I love that phrase) about it at all, but still all got A's for their crap effort. Not because they are super-geniuses or anything, it just turns out there's a really huge curve, or the prof doesn't really grade anything. Now, you'd still like the A, but it's all been cheapened and you know you won't feel good about it like you thought you would have before. Your effort must mean no more to the prof than it did from those other students and you realize it's probably not worth it. Or is it?

3/7/04 10:56 pm - thatyousay - Is a mystery...

Picture a bed of roses... I'm the daisy in the bed of roses.

Stuck in a pretty tangle of roses so I'm usually un noticed. Even if I am noticed, I'm either considered a weed or you can't get to me because of all the thorns from the roses are in the way.

Stupid roses.

3/4/04 09:33 pm - thatyousay - The chicken says...

Think of two really random foods. Then (sort of like that Kevin Bacon game...) link them to one another. For example - peanut butter and tuna fish. Eew, right? But think of a tuna sandwich. People put celery in their tuna mixture so it's safe to say that tuna and celery work. Now, think of the amazing childhood health snack of peanut butter on celery! That tastes good too. In theory, tuna fish and peanut butter would work well together!

But really for most of us, it doesn't (try it and see, it's not that pleasant).

That isn't the point of my story.

The point is, that there will always be a freak or two that think tuna and peanut butter is the best gourmet treat in the world. The thory is actually true for them. Either that or they have no sense of taste. If they like it, then power to them... if they like tuna and peanut butter, then who are we to change their eating habits.

3/4/04 08:48 pm - wolfhickey

Isn't it great to develop crushes on complete strangers. The fact that you never get to know them and don't have real expectations makes it so easy and much more fun than people you actually have to talk to. You just give him a nickname like Smashing Pumpkins Kid, Green Suede Shoes, or The Math TA and imagine what a wonderful and amazing person he must be. You look away when he notices you looking and don't really give him a thought outside of the time spent in class or at Bert's. It's like a celebrity crush, but better because he's real.

3/4/04 12:48 pm - boylicious

Whoops, haha...don't mind both of those

3/4/04 12:46 pm - boylicious

Boys are not worth the tears we cry for them, they are not worth the rocks we throw at them...they are not even worth a damn Canadian penny!!!

Though they are good for some things...

(lifting heavy boxes, of course)

Teresa's interpretation of what really happened in Eden...
"they blame it all on Eve. But in reality, Adam just came back before she wanted him to, so to get back at him, she made him eat the apple."
If all guys would just be there when we wanted them to, and stayed away the rest of the time, all this evil in the world would not ever have to happen.

3/4/04 12:40 pm - boylicious

Boys are not worth the tears we cry for them, they are not worth the rocks we throw at them...they are not even worth a damn Canadian penny!!!

Though they are good for some things...

(lifting heavy boxes, of course)

Teresa's interpretation of what really happened in Eden...
"they blame it all on Eve. But in reality, Adam just came back before she wanted him to, so to get back at him, she made him eat the apple."
If all guys would just be there when we wanted them to, and stayed away the rest of the time, all this evil in the world would not ever have to happen.
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