Saturday, 10 October 2009

Embarrassing Moments...

How much do you hate embarrassing moments??
I'm normally ok with the not really embarrassing stuff like falling off the kerb, tripping over my feet, you know the usual everyday embarrassments.
And if really embarrassing things happen, I'm normally OK after like half an hour.
However, after last night's embarrassment, I am still oh so mortified by myself.
I was round at John (the boyfriend) house and I had the sorest head EVER!!!!
I hadn't been much fun at all, as I was falling asleep the whole time I was there - so really I wasn't all that well anyway...
Anyway, we were waiting outside for the parent taxi to escort me home. And then I was bloody sick! Right in front of the boyfriend!
And I had been sick ALL OVER MYSELF! Oh my god! Not a pretty sight. At all.
And then he goes into the house to get some tissues. And wipes my face.
Eugh just thinking about it makes me cringe. It was HORRIBLE!
He says that I shouldn't be embarrassed, and that I shouldn't be embarrassed around him. That it's all good.
But it really isn't. Haha.
I'm sure after a wee while I'll be able to laugh about it. But oh my god. Not yet.
How terrible.

I'm sure there are PLENTY more embarrassing moments to come in my life. And they'll be even worse.
But I'm really not looking forward to seeing John again. Which is a poor show. Haha.
Oh the embarrassment!

Wednesday, 7 October 2009

Andy Fitzpatrick

I've been meaning to write this post for a while now.

My dear friend, Andy, has decided to leave the oh so exciting subject of Higher Modern Studies.
And I am not happy about this. At all.
It means that now, there is one less person to keep me entertained in this dire subject. (Well thats not fair, I actually like Modern Studies. But I need to make Andy feel bad, so... you know... I must lie haha.)
Anyway, Andy leaving Modern Studies. What a poor show!
It also means we can't have good ole revision times, and help each other with homework whilst in the library. Pfft Poor Show.

Poor show Andy, Poor show. I am very disappointed in you.


It's been a while since I last wrote something on this.
To be honest, Facebook and school has taken over my life. Which isn't very good.

I made a promise to myself that I would not become obsessed by Facebook. That I would not get a Farmville like everyone else. That I wouldn't get a Cafe World. That it wouldn't take over my life.
But... It has. I have become OBSESSED by a virtual world.
My already awful social life is going to get worse and worse - because of my lack of will power..... and my glandular fever :P
So eventually, the only people I will be seeing and speaking to will be my Mum, and possibly The Boyfriend :P He hates it when I call him The Boyfriend.
Anyway, Facebook. And how awful it is. And how addictive it is. Out of all the people I know, about two thirds of them have a Facebook and use all the apps, the most popular being Farmville... I think.
Why is it, that we are so addicted to a game where we plant seedsand trees, and look after animals on a VIRTUAL world!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's RUBBISH! And BORING! But oh so addictive. Why is this?????
I am determined to find the answer.
We should be doing all these activities in real life. Imagine that!
If everyone who plays Farmville went in a massive field and planted seeds, looked after animals in the REAL world, not some stupid VIRTUAL world. Imagine how much fun it would be! It would be like living in Victorian times whilst living in the country. And think of the weight everyone would lose coz of all the physical activity. It would be great :)
Eugh I hate Facebook. And I hate how I'm now addicted to it.

I need a hobby.

Saturday, 5 September 2009

Je deteste

Glandular Fever!!!! Oh my god! One of the worst illnesses since life began! Its not even that bad an illness! It just makes you tired! And therefore KILLS your social life!!!!!!! The amount of things I have missed because of it... Work! School! Belladrum! Summer! One of my best friends birthdays! Actually ridiculous! And thats just the start of it.

The amount of times I have been to the doctors getting a row because apparently I'm not resting enough! I don't want my WHOLE social life killed. I mean I am a social person. I need to see SOMEONE who isn't my mum, dad or siblings!

Some people get glandular fever and they dont even know they have it. With some people it stays with you for ages. With some people it comes back... I seem to be one of those people!
And do you want to know what you can't do whilst having Glandular Fever - drink alcohol. Apparently when you have glandular fever your liver enlarges, and so if you drink alcohol it total kills your liver, which isn't very good. So whilst all my friends are out at parties drinking, I have to drink coke. I'm not too bothered about not drinking loads and loads of alcohol and getting ridiculously drunk. I'm not really into that. In fact I'm not really a great fan of alcohol. Alcopops and Kopperbergs are all I really drink. But now the friends think that I can't go to parties because I can't drink and so now I'm not invited to them! So again my social life is dying.

I hate missing out on things.

It's horrible. I wouldn't wish this on ANYONE! Not even sworn enemies! Eugh.
But now I guess I must rest. Pfffffft.