So since I started watching Dexter, I’ve developed this kind of paranoia of sorts. Especially when I’m walking home from the bus stop. What I realized today, is that when a strange male interacts with me when I’m off my guard (or seemingly off my guard, always vigilant I say) I react in a way similar to this:
I got a traffic violation ticket last month and I wrote a bullshit letter to try to put it off until after Christmas. because really, who wants to pay he courthouse $147 before Christmas?
I sure as hell don’t.
Which is why I made a bullshit letter that was denied (AS I PLANNED, BWAHAHAHHA) and I morosely dragged myself to the courthouse today to fork over my hard earned money. It brought me so much pain and sadness to pay this aloha shirtted fool behind the counter for a ticket that I feel is completely bullshit.
SO MUCH BULLSHIT.
I was so depressed about losing more money than I planned to save, I decided to remedy it by spending more money and buying a new bag. A NICE ONE, AT THAT. So now I don’t feel so bad.
They say two wrongs don’t make a right? A NEGATIVE AND A NEGATIVE MAKE A POSITIVE, THATS WHAT THEY TAUGHT ME IN SKEWL.
Also, SOPA is so stupid. I watched their campaign for it on the Daily Show and they kept saying stupid stuff like “oh, bleh bleh, i am not a nerd, i wouldnt know, lol” “Maybe you should ask a nerd, hohoho” “We should get a nerd conference in here, huhuhu.”
Working all week certainly takes it’s toll, especially when it’s day after day after hour after hour after week, second, month…
Nowadays at work, I just try my hardest to exist until the end of my shift and only then do I feel like I am living again.
But it’s a Saturday night and I don’t work tomorrow and Kris is playing LoL next to me and I’m watching a cheesy infomercial about Country music and tomorrow I’m gonna hang out with my bests and I’m very glad the week is over.
School starts next week! I’m pretty excited because I hate working and sleeping. And that’s it. I need something to break the monotony.
I wish I could freeze frame moments like these. Because as boring as they may seem, to me, they’re the moments that count. (That was an UP reference, btw, if you haven’t watched the movie)