Wednesday, January 27, 2010

drama is a constant, not a variable.

throughout all my years of schooling, one thing has always managed to stand the test of time. it doesn't matter what grade, what school, what period; demographics play no role in the production level of drama. because drama, is a constant. there are no on and off periods, there are steady flows and even streams of dramatic events. 
i can't help but wonder about some people though; they just seem to start drama and arguments for the heck of it. because they can. what i don't understand is why that is a great pastime to be a part of. you are just wreaking hell for no reason whatsoever. it seems pointless to me, but i am sure that they have a great reason for doing it.

to those people,
do you know what you would be if i just
took the derivative of your sorry self?

how's that for a constant.

Monday, January 4, 2010

powdered creamer for your arched brows, sir?

Today was the first day back to my final second semester of my only senior year of high school. And as regal and exciting as that sounds, it was quite the drag. I have never wanted to just get out of a place more than ever in my life. I would complain about that nasty school smell, but my nose seems impervious to the vile fumes that float from that graceful foundation.

Which reminds me of the formal lab report and the internal assessment introduction that I am bound to write tonight. Many cups of coffee will need to fuel this all-nighter. Although, my mom insists on buying this powdered non-dairy creamer, which, I am sorry, is disgusting. It pretty much coagulates and just floats on the top until you force it under with your spoon. Sick. And it has no flavor whatsoever. Nor does it cool down my coffee which is one of my top reasons for using creamer in the first place! Gosh.

Arched brows are the most awkward things ever. On men at least. It will never be stylish. Stick with accessorizing actual garments. That was rude, but I am definitely not sorry.

I guess I will get back to my slave-labor.
Excuse the offensiveness.