Sooo, I wrote this site's url on my school binder and my friend, Haydan, saw it. I forgot to give her the link, but if she is visiting, I'll have to tidy up. ^_^
The Draw a Stickman EPIC game is coming out today. I'm sooooo gonna play it.
I found the Girl Scout patches Whit lost from our last. . . hang-out session. Lol, I could've said playdate if I wanted to.
I'm convinced that I'm the only kid at school that still ties their jacket around their hips. My friend said (as a joke), "That's cuz' you're not cool." and I said, ". . . I'm okay with not being cool." and she said, "Really?" Pfff, cool people these days.
I wonder if I'm gonna have the same friends now in the future. Like, someone will host this weird get-together and we'll eat things off of Food Network.
Angry Birds isn't actually all that addictive.
It's sweet to see your teachers from the year before and they recognize you. . . Sweeeeet.
Eating stuff like lamb and duck kinda creeps me out. It's not chicken, turkey, cow, or pig, so I'm not used to it. I'm unprepared, basically. I guess I have a phobia of being unprepared.
My brother used to watch 100 Ways to Die. I heard about this one time where this guy laughed so much that he just died. I immediately stopped watching the show. I also stopped laughing for extended amounts of time.
Am I that kind of person that almost everyone could get along with? There's some people I wouldn't exactly call "friends", more like "innocent acquaintances". Or maybe just people that are too busy thinking about their image that they forget about their well-being. That's deep.
I wonder if I act differently online than in real life, or differently in real life than online. It sounds like one thing or the other, but it's different. Do I act more like me in real life or online? That's also deep.
Is being bipolar a bad thing? It's always associated with bad things. Is there such thing as "healthy bipolar"? Like, in class I'm quiet, but in free-time with friends I'm LOUUUUUDDD.
When I see a girl I don't know with mascara and lipstick, I automatically think she's snobby. Usually, it turns out she's not. I'd probably be the one at fault, but then I wonder if maybe that the girl's at fault because she wanted to be one of the girls that actually are snobby. That's also deep. And confusing.
I just realized "prejudice" is mostly used as a noun. I used it as, like, a verb. Or maybe an adjective. I mean, it could be used as a verb. But usually it's a noun.
Sometimes I wish I could just go the easy way out and copy others, but then I realize that would make me a hypocrite. I'd rather figure things out my own way than be accused of being hypocritical. Plus, I always end up with the better results.
There's a lady on Food Network whose name is Ina Garten. I always said her first name like "inn uh". I thought she sounded like a person that planted stuff (in a garden), and sometimes I said her name with a Swedish accent. But then I found out it was pronounced "eena" and all my hopes and dreams were crushed. :D
Eye shadow confuses me.
I bought this bag for school. Backpacks aren't allowed to be carried around at school, so I have a cool purse to carry some stuff that won't fit in my binder. People always ask me if I made it, or if it's made out of duct tape. No, people! I didn't make it, and it's made out of Mexican candy wrappers!!
Do you know the fabric I just cannot stand? Polyester. I always use polyester when it's cold--jackets, blankets--but I get shocked. Sure, blah blah, put on lotion, moisturize. . . Well, my HAIR isn't always wet, so that's where all that static comes from. GRRR.
I'm a fan of sarcasm, but sometimes I don't understand whether my friends are using it or not. They'll say something sarcastic like "I just love science projects", and I'll be like, "Wait, no, I thought you didn't like science??" and they'll say, "I don't. Sarcasm, Jazelyn." And I'm like ERRRRRRG!
Please tell me you guys use Google Chrome. Internet Explorer is soooooo slooooooowww. And Google Chrome uses spell-check! USE YOUR SPELL-CHECK PEOPLE!
It's weird when you don't know whether to say hi to someone or to just walk by. Sometimes I wait for them to make the first move and I look at them to see if they are. If they're not, I hope they didn't think it was creepy that I was basically stalking down their face to see if they would say here. That's probably confusing.
Don't you hate it when you talk about something really passionately to a friend and they respond with silence? I don't like awkward silence, so I usually make a long, loud sigh after I stop talking.
I must remember to say "monkey butt" whenever someone asks "guess what". JUST IN CASE.
Yeaahhhhhh, that's enough random thinking. I'm pretty sure I could go on longer, but that's just unnecessary. :)