Archive for January, 2013

That should be me

Posted: January 31, 2013 in Uncategorized

Usually I don’t listen to Justin Bieber, but the song “That Should Be Me” is extremely fitting. I have had the luxury of not thinking of her lately. Until now. Everything I considered great, turned out to be too good to be true. My world crashed when I found out about him. Now she’s a cheater and a quitter. She lost faith in me and proved to be like the rest. The fact that I trusted her so much shows how weak I am, but more. I am a better person because of her.

“I never knew a woman who was half as useful as a horse.” – John Wayne

I don’t know if this is a real quote from him, this is how my dad told me the quote, but its how I felt afterwards. When the human species let’s us down, our domesticated companions offer the best comfort. If I had a pet of my own, I’m sure I’d find such comfort.

When it comes to being sad, I look to the lighter side, not having to worry about someone being faithful now.

When it comes to being happy, you had your time to bask in its rays, now that should be me.

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The Rock’s ode to Vicky

Posted: January 30, 2013 in Uncategorized

The Rock’s ode to Vicky

This is really funny, but a little bit cruel and has some bad language. Given the show, it’s understood. This was just for rating, nothing personal. The WWE is built on violence and crude language, all for money. I don’t think any of it is taken personally, but who knows.

I’m not crazy, just insane

Posted: January 29, 2013 in Uncategorized

Anyone who reads the title might think I’m just kinda creepy, I’m not. When I say I’m insane, I’m not meaning in the sense that I’m literally insane, just expressing myself by being weird. When I say weird though, I’m in no way meaning creepy, just silly. I’ll randomly say something just to see how people react or what they say. I don’t do it for any particular reason, I just do it. It’s like a dog chasing the mail man, once he’s caught, there’s no purpose. So yeah….I’m not crazy, just insane.

By the way, if you ever hear me quote the Dark Knight, it’s because I love the Joker’s insanity đŸ™‚

Anyone who truly knows me and anyone who reads this will know that I’m like obsessed with 3 things:

  1. Hunter Hayes’s music
  2. The Hunger Games
  3. American Revolution

The latter is a totally different obsession considering how I’ve like read about it since 5th grade or so. Hunter Hayes is probably the coolest country singer known to man who is still alive. Him and Brad Paisley are just awesome. Is it weird to have a man crush? Sounds odd for a Christian maybe, but who knows, so I’ll just leave it at obsessed haha As for the Hunger Games, as soon as my brother got me to finally read the series, I was ultra addicted. I began following every little story that came out about the movie, put the mockingjay as my phone’s wallpaper, quoting the series, finally got the movie on blu-ray, and began obsessing over Catching Fire. The spark definitely caught on and is now a blaze. my favorite saying is “tick-tick, it’s a clock”. I’m sure I’m misquoting it, but at this hour, I don’t much care đŸ˜›

I should go to sleep and attempt to “enjoy” school before having to finish that absurd essay. So I bid thee goodnight and farewell. In the words of Roy Rogers, “Happy Trails, to you, until we meet again!”

So as my hate for essays is now growing fonder (that probably doesn’t make sense), I can’t help but get distracted by James Taylor or Les Miserables. What CAN”T Hugh Jackman do???? Also, Russell Crowe can sing??? Lol Anyways, back to this essay, having to compare Hamlet, Waiting for Godot (what kind of name is Godot??), and Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. As I’ve learned that the latter two’s plot basically been that life is meaningless, I’ve come to the conclusion that.. these plays are too meaningless. I like most essays, but only if the topics are interesting, this not being one of them. Well enough about this rant…