STILL no word on "Get Fuzzy". Why?
Also, Stephen Pastis has been invading my personal life. Here is how:
Anyhows, time for a new recurring segment on here. I have blogged some things I am not proud of nowdays. I have decided to uncover some of the debaccle before your eyes, and try to make you understand the rantings of an adolescent teen. Warning, this may tarnish you view on me, but the entry reflects the current management of this blog.
Allengator's Bloggity Blog Blog Blog Presents......
Allengator's Wayback Machine!
They year is 2001, and Marshfield was about to get a new high school. What did this adolescent say about it?
life in this school 9/6/2001
recently i have hooked up with some old aquaintences. i have a friend who is a freshman, who has been my best friend since kindergarden. he was held back for some reason. we have two classes together (band and choir. yeah, im a choir nut too :)) and lunch. ive been thinking about some other friends. i have another friend who is a girl (not a girlfriend but a friend who is a girl. there IS a difference between the two to me.) and we havent seen each other all summer. we have three classes together. the last three hours of the day. so most of the time we are together. i somehow make her laugh with jokes i read. (such as...what do you get when you cross a pit bull with a collie? a dog that rips off your leg and runs for help.) i know a lot of jokes. they are not original though. i usually get them from Readers Digest. i really enjoy her company, but i have no plans on having a serious relationship. i know you all are slapping your heads, but i went through a similar experiance once and it wasnt pretty. i hardly know her personally. all i want to do is remain friends. friendship is so much important to me than just about anything else. im not one of those tough guys that go around, picking fights, i just walk around and mind my own business.
First off, there is a huge disregard for spelling, capitialization, and grammar here, and I didn't sign off in my usual fare. My "friend who was held back" is still awesome, I don't care who you are. I shouldn't have said that, but I was only.....14 at the time.
Choir was an easy "A", thus why I liked it. Ok, so maybe that isn't the sole reason, but it was part of it.
The "friend who is a girl" was someone I developed a crush on later. I hate mulling in the past, but I wish I would have made my feelings known. Several people told us we would have made an awesome couple. I think so too, but ultimately, I have no regrets. What happened between us would soon get uber complicated. I haven't heard from her in years. I do see her on occasion at Wall*Mart, pushing a baby. I guess the guy she ended up going out with is now her husband. I truly wish the best for both of them.
I still know several jokes, but I don't have to get them from Reader's Digest like I used to. They are just not as good as they used to be. Nowdays, for me at least, it's scraping the bottom of the barrel if I have to resort to Reader's Digest for my material. Only the best here, folks!
The "similar experiance with another girl" was a stupid pre-teen fling. It never took off, from her side anyways. Peer pressure got to me. It was the reason I was hindered from the dating game for a while. Heck, I am still incredinly shy around girls, but I have better excuses than some scar from the past.......yeah......
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to walk around and mind my own business.