WHEN YOU MEET ME IN PERSON: WHAT DO YOU FEEL LIKE? I know - - - - I KNOW - - - - - I LOOK BETTER IN REAL LIFE! I HEAR PEOPLE COMPARE THEMSELVES TO BIG ALOT, 'YA KNOW, BIG AND PAC, 'YA KNOW, THEY GET IT HOT! I GUESS WHEN I DIE I WANNA' BE COMPARED TO
Tuesday. 10.16.07 11:11 pm
"So you're Jon," cooed this blue-haired woman before me. Bestowed upon her = an incredulous look, of my own accord. I turned to (chris)Tina, a new friend of mine, and then back to the Blue haired woman(think Bulma from DBZ) before she spoke up again.
"I've heard alot about you."
"Oh, yeah? From who?"
She smiled, and nodded toward Tina, who tilted her head down and averted her gaze away from my own, and focused on the ground.
I like Tina. My interest in her peeked a few months ago when she spoke to me and a third party about Oscar Wilde. The passion she employed when discussing this author moved me. Never had I come across anyone who really appreciated an author based solely on their diction and syntax, rather than on the subject matter of their work.
(chris)Tina is an interesting woman. She's three years older than me. She smokes camel cigarettes ( turkish flavor. ) She drinks lone star beers. She's a big fan of the Arctic Monkeys, and talks out of the left side of her mouth. The blue haired woman is her best friend, Jen, who is also really cool.. I ran into her today while going home and ended up having a conversation for nearly 45 minutes about the dehumanization of ethnic minorities here in the United States, and how it seems to be a recurring theme of our history ( from african-americans to the "illegal aliens"). I won't bore you(the three people who read this regularly. HI MOM!) with talk of strife; rather, I'll just say this: Jennifer is cool.
Too bad I won't be going to the party she's throwing that Tina invited me to. Why, you ask?
Pokemon! I gotta' train my infernape and my Blastoise and my Arcanine and my Chansey to take on Lucia! I met Lucia last year in history class and I've been training, mentally, to take her on all year.. I'm ready.
I AM READY!!!
Almost. So, no party for me.
giving up partying for pokemon.
i wonder how your children will turn out. lol. » bananaface
on 2007-10-16 11:47:27
aw Jon, you're missing out on a party? well, I guess the good thing about parties is that they're always going on. maybe next time you'll go. it'll be fun =]
and don't give me a sad face. I'll be posting on this name again starting thursday, but shhhh, don't say anything *wink* » LostSoul13
on 2007-10-17 03:50:40 Woahh...
Aren't you a little addicted to Pokemon, Jon dear? There are people out there who would give anything just to be invited to a party and you are passing it just to play pokemon?
Anyway, good luck taking on Lucia! » Nuttz
on 2007-10-17 10:40:03 You're missing a party
for Pokemon? I'm sorry, but I can not imagine doing that. » middaymoon
on 2007-10-17 07:49:31
Are you kidding? You're really not going to go?
WHAT HAPPENED TO EMOTIONAL RISKS?
Even though it doesn't seem that risky. Hm.
You're an interesting kid. » Sarah
on 2007-10-17 08:42:59
I think you need to quit your addiction. » randomjunk
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