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I Am a Hopeless Romantic

The Gooseberry  I'm at a total lowpoint-- My little sister just got her first boyfriend, a process I've been taking her through and giving her every piece of advice about. One of my best friends, liked by many... [more]
  • I Love Monty Python

    Your Mother Was A Hamster, And Your Father Smelt Of Elderberries I love their logic, it's the monty python logic that I'd like to live by. My friend and I have hour long conversations thinking like eric idle or john cleese would without even cracking a smile. It al… [more]
  • I Am Prone to Inappropriate Laughter

    Nobody Move! I Dropped My Brain Back in ye olde days of primary school my two best friends and I decided to save up for tickets to gold class to see Pirates of the Caribbean. Of course, when we finally got there we were so exci… [more]
  • I Am Prone to Inappropriate Laughter

    Even Buff Guys Let One Rip Once In A While One of my best friends convinced me to come boxing with her where I was completely humiliated as I was a skinny and totally muscle free teenage girl in a room full of tank, adult men and women wh… [more]
  • I Wtk What Beatles Song Are You

    I Am I Am The Walrus Still not quite sure which beatles song I am- this is a topic to be taken seriously for me- but I am the Walrus is definitely in the semifinal. I like to think it's because it's glorious nons… [more]
  • Why I am the fisherwoman

    Posted on: October 5th, 2010 at 4:19AM

    This is my first blog, so I'm not quite sure how to go about starting it... I've got to sound sort of intelligent... like I have a clue what the hell I'm doing... while at the same time trying not to sound superfluous. I think that's how you spell it. *google superfluous* yep that's right. That's what my dad told me once when I got him to check over a piece of writing I was secretly very pleased with. He told me I was being 'superfluous' and began to cut things out. I didn't really like him fumbling around with my mini triumph of a story at first, but then I read over it again from an outsider's point of view and realized how right he was. It was just a bunch of long words, elongating a sec… [more]