so it is time for a random rambling day again. because that's what I'm good at. I'm so good at it that I ramble to myself on occasion. At least that's what my sister tells me.
I was thinking the other day... I have never had a full time job. Pathetic. Here I am, 21 years old and I've never worked full time. I think the most I've worked in a week is maybe 28 hours. Probably not even that much though. Goll tosh, grow up I said to myself.
Clint keeps asking me if we can get a motorcycle. My first response: definitely not. But he has this way of convincing me and telling me all the cool things we can do when we have one and that it will save money on gas bla bla bla. For a second I was thinking "Heck ya let's get a motorcycle! Why didn't I think of that first?"
...And then I remembered that is the salesman in him. Tricky little things, those sales guys are.
In my last post, I spelled Philadelphia wrong. That's embarrassing considering I'm going to live there and I absolutely hate when people spell stuff wrong. Even though I know that's how it's spelled now, it still doesn't look right. I'm over it though.
I don't know what's going on, but I have never [seriously never, I'm not exaggerating] had to wear deodorant. And now all of a sudden, as in this past week, I do. And even worse I'm like a 12 year old girl who forgets she has to wear it because I've never had to in the past. But the difference is, I don't have my mom here to remind me to put it on. Too much information? Well, it's true.
Do you want to know how cute my dad is? He rented the first season of Glee from the library, as well as two of their c.d's. He even had them on hold. Haha he kills me.
I have some facebook pet peeves. A lot of them actually. One of them is a little thing I like to call "FDA." And that is not the Food and Drug Administration. It is Facebook Displays of Affection. You know, like PDA (public displays of affection), but on facebook. Clever eh? People that like to show FDA are the people that:
A) you feel awkward just reading the comment they wrote to their significant because it's so cheesy or intimate.
B) the ones that constantly write on their significant other's wall so that everyone else is sure to know that they have the BEST relationship ever. (that was a sarcastic "best relationship ever," sort of like in an Elle Woods voice, fyi)