I will never ever ever understand how someone can live in the same place for their whole life
Unfortunately so many people forget the actual size of the world. They won’t even venture outside a 60-mile radius of their hometown.
It takes bravery to see what might be beyond your own front door.
I know people are busy. I get that, trust me. But, ugh, honestly, when someone e-mails you and they’re on a deadline and need an answer like right this second and they’re waiting for your reply for like the whole day, the nice thing to do would be to answer them.
Ugh, why won’t people cater to my needs?!
Everyone’s buying the awesome new DC #1 comics now and here I am sitting and trying to save enough money for a newer car because the old family one is on its last legs. Which means no buying new comics for me until the Spring or something.
*huddles alone in corner of room trying to be brave*
*I have no sad .gifs just happy ones so have an angry Eli one*
Have I already whined about how much I hate the world and its entire dependency on money?
7. My OTP for comics mostly include Dick/Kory, Dick/Babs, Dick/Kory/Babs/Dinah, Babs/Kory/Dinah, Dinah/Babs, Bruce/Jason, Dick/Damian, Renee/Kate, Stephanie Brown/Cass Cain, Beast Boy/Raven, Clark/Lois. There might be some others that I can’t remember off the top of my head, but these are the big ones.
17. I don’t have one favorite book. I mostly like anything by Meg Cabot (Insatiable, Abandon, The Princess Diaries series, Size 12 Is Not Fat and its sequels, All-American Girl, and The Mediator series); and Nora Roberts (am in love with her “In Death” series even though I have read like only two of them). I mostly read YA, romance, and only very little adult books, and some male x male novels like Tigers & Devils by Sean Kennedy, An Improper Holiday, Diving in Deep, both by K.A. Mitchell, and A Cambridge Fellows Mysteries series by Charlie Cochrane.
20. My absolute favorite foods are onion rings and chocolate (esp. white chocolate, but I won’t say no to ANY chocolate, even chewy dark chocolate, which is my least favorite kind of chocolate, but I still eat them because CHOCOLATE and I also love Almonds). But I try to not have a lot of junk food if I can help it – the hazards of growing up with health-conscious parents, unfortunately. I also really love grapes and mandarins. I love anything with pasta and potatoes and mushrooms and shrimp, I’d eat anything if it had one or all of those four things; I absolutely love shrimp and wish I could eat it everyday and love potato salad too. I love trying new things and eating foreign food (I don’t have a favorite food like Asian or Indian, I like them both equally and will eat whatever there is of any kind of ethnic food). I dunno, food’s (like books) one of those categorizes where it’s impossible for me to choose just one favorite. Good food is good food.
- TV Show
- Thing to Do
- Clothing Store
So the family car that we’ve had for 13 or so years has decided to not work today. It worked fine when I had to go to class this morning, thank god, but I did have to walk home after class ended, which I didn’t mind because I had my iPod and no strange men hit on me, but I’m freaking out what I’ll do about tomorrow when I have three classes to get to. We might possibly be able to borrow older brother’s car, but I hate asking. It’s his car, and he has to work all day.
We might be buying a new car on Saturday. Hopefully. If we can afford a new one. Or fix the old one.
So, yeah, I’m all :(((((( today.
They better appreciate this. I’m sacrificing enjoyment.
This will totally be me in a few decades, btw. Maybe. Possibly. I can’t imagine it, but it should probably happen.