"It's better to burn out than fade away ~k.c." cvchic13
Desolation Row, United States
Joined: Feb 2005
|i'm the top poster today! |
how the hell did that happen? It surprises me. probably because there aren't many people on the site right now.
|You f***ing moron! You are pissing me the f*** off. If you are going to sing, at least learn how to first! |
This is really starting to piss me off. I hate trying to work when someone sitting right next to me is f***ing SINGING loudly because they are wearing earphones. I'm about to flip the f*** out. I'm sick of this s***.
I think I'm going to inform the teacher tomorrow of this when she is back in class. I cannot take trying to concentrate when others are so goddamned inconsiderate of others. Not only that, the person who is singing doesn't know what the hell is going on and is asking help from everyone.
Well, s***, you stupid motherf***ing, stop f***ing singing and PAY ATTENTION!
Sorry. This is really getting on my f***ing nerves. After having to deal with it most of the term, my patience is wearing thin. The people in this class are ignorant a*****es who don't care how their actions affect people.
It's either having to listen to piss-poor music, hear bad singing, or listening to a bunch of little b****es gossiping. Go fix your f***ing selves.
|I am happy as s*** that I had my Dynamic Communications class switched to English Composition. Now I don't have to come to school every day and feel nervous knowing that I have to speak in front of a class of 25 every week. It's a sigh of relief, for sure.|
Not to mention, English is my best subject and I love to write papers. It's just so much easier for me to do well in a class that I feel comfortable in, and that I'm really good at. I am a really strong writer and I love to write papers, not read them in front of everyone
|For schedule changes! |
|Last night was Ella's first time trick-or treating. It's not really her first Halloween, but it's the first one that she actually got to get dressed up for. Last year, she was all but four months old |
Last year she did dress up, though. It was the cutest costume and an expensive one at that I think it was suppose to be Tinker Bell or some other fairy like thing. It was green with a little tutu, a set of sparkely wings and a f***ing cute fairy wand that you put on the baby's wrist. She didn't really get to show it off too much, though, because last Halloween it was so cold and was raining hardcore the two hours that it lasted. Kind of pissed me off, but we got to eat the whole bowl of candy, considering no one wanted to venture out in the rain.
This year, however, we dressed Ella up as a little bumblebee. It was the f***ing cutest thing, though the costume could have been nicer. The antennaes didn't stay up But nevertheless, it was so adorable. Ella kept trying to pull off the little hood and I couldn't not stop laughing because all you could see was her face and not her hair. She kept going "buzzzzzzzzz". It is times like these that I wish I had a video camera or a phone that has one. We got some cute a** pictures though.
It was sort of chilly this year. I had to carry Ella most of the way because I didn't realize that her shoes would not fit and they kept falling off everytime she tried to walk. After about half an hour of walking all along Main Street with her my arms, I was literally unable to do it anymore. She was so heavy
She kept waving at everyone and yelling bye everytime we left someone's house. She also b****ed about being held She was just so excited.
When we got home, me and my boyfriend raided her candy bag and ate everything except a few suckers that we let her eat. It was also the first time she tried a sour patch kid. I almost pissed myself laughing at the look on her face from the sourness. It was so damned funny.
I can't wait until next year when she can walk by herself instead of having to be held and can actually say "trick or treat", that of which she hasn't gotten down pat this year. All in all, it was a nice experience. I loved it
Is one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen
|The first time I've ever gotten drunk and hurt myself happened last night, and it just happened to be a head wound (Well, it wasn't the first time I've gotten drunk, but the first time I've seriously hurt myself while under the influence.)|
I was sitting on the couch, in the dark, talking to my boyfriend and we were kind of arguing. I got pissed at him and flung my head backwards and somehow, a picture frame was sitting on the back of the couch and the corner was sticking out. I slammed my head into it and stabbed the back of my head with the corner of the picture frame.
I screamed and could immeadiately feel blood gushing from my head. I totally freaking out, partly from being totally wasted, and my boyfriend was freaking out also. He was yelling about how I needed stitches and it was deep. It was like, half an inch deep and we got it to stop bleeding. I thought I was going to have to go the doctors, and I was bawling about not wanting to go. It was awful
Leave it to me to do something so totally f***ed up as this. It was one of those "being at a bad place at a bad time" type thing. It was totally surreal.
My head still hurts and I can barely brush my hair and it sucks.
|Even though I kind of knew that the movie was nothing like that book, Interview With The Vampire, the movie, kind of disappointed me It hardly goes along with the book at all, and some of the major things that were in the book were omitted from the movie as well. I don't understand why they would change major things, such as Louis' brother died, causing his grief instead of his wife and child dying. Or the fact that Lestat wanted Point Du Lac as the reason for changing Louis into a vampire. And in the movie, it did not mention anything about Louis' family living at the plantation or the fact that Lestat brought his blind father with him to Point Du Lac.|
I haven't gotten very far in the book, however, but I am sure there are many more things that have been changed and mixed up in the movie. I don't understand why Anne Rice wrote the screen play that way, why she wouldn't want to follow at least some of the story line. It kind of confuses me.
I should have known better than to get the book just because I've seen the movie, as the books are always much better than the motion picture. I just thought it wouldn't veer from the book that much.
I've bought The Complete Vampire Chronicles in paperbook at Books-A-Million, and I'm so excited to read them I haven't seen Queen of The Damned, but I have a feeling that the book is nothing like the movie at all.
|I am going to give blood today I love giving blood, it makes me feel really good to be able to help someone in need. And what's even better, I'm a universal donor I've been giving blood since I've been in high school. I just find it really rewarding.|
Not to mention, I like the snacks and drinks they give you after you're done
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