January 16, 2009

I stalked him down

Posted in Uncategorized at 8:32 pm by sushirollz

hehehe i “stalked” down his myspace!


I know his name now.
He’s so QQQQQQ.

Andrew Dang; Andy Dang.

I’m obcessed. :T

*sniff sniff* XD


January 14, 2009

Random Fact About Wetsponge #6

Posted in Uncategorized at 8:57 pm by wetsponge

A new bad habit of mine is that I snort, but only right before I laugh.

January 11, 2009

Idea in mind….

Posted in Uncategorized at 10:26 pm by sushirollz

I was thinking we should make a separate blog where we can all just spill out our thoughts.

For some reason, whenever I want to say something “personal” or stupid(such as falling for someone, hating someone, etc.) on this blog, I feel as if I’m telling the whole world since we already wrote about bands& etc. and some people from school already know about it. Plus, it wouldn’t have to be so…..( lost train of thought.)

No need to get mad if no one posts in a long time.

Idk. Tell me what you think? I’m making it anyways. Kind of like my diary. Tell me if you want to too.

3 Days of Dark

Posted in Uncategorized at 1:17 am by sushirollz



Google it.

Read up on the facts.

Agree with me that’s it’s real.

I’m scared. Booh hoo.

January 10, 2009


Posted in Ramblings at 11:33 pm by shinychopstick

I’ve just been very depressed these days. Not just the feeling of depression, but the symptoms that come along with it too: constant sickness, fatique…

There’s not one aspect of my life that is good right now:

School – I like learning, but I hate the crap that comes along with school. Too routine, too monotonous. I’ve lost the ability to have fun while learning. What ever happened to Socrate’s methods of teaching, because I’d really rather learn from him…

Period One: droll. I’m half-assing, and it’s working. A+s on my essays. But what do I really get out of it? I just really hate prompts of things I have no interest in whatsoever.

Period Two: Painful, and numbing. It’s like I’m sleeping with my eyes open. Not enjoyable.

Period Three: I’d rather be stuck in a ditch somewhere for one hour. I’d get more information about math from that than what I would get from sitting in the classroom, doodling on my notebook. Remember when math used to be somewhat fun? Or remember when teachers used to actually attempt to make us interested?

Period Four: The highlight of my day. The actual transferring of wisdom between teacher and student. You know, I truly appreciate someone who gives a crap about current events, and actually discusses it with us in class. If no teacher even bothers doing that, then how are these pupils going to fare in the real world in four years? I like being challenged.

Period Five: It’s just one hour of me cracking my knuckles to keep myself awake. Nothing more…

Period Six: Just me counting down the seconds until school ends, barely giving any effort into classwork (but still getting top scores anyway).

Family – You know where I was on my birthday? In the bathroom. Just trying to get away from my family…who doesn’t care anyway. But the thing is…they treated me worse that day, not just with indifference. I was lectured and scolded, and told to do many menial chores. I would have been fine at the ‘0’ mark (just them forgetting), but they had to take the day down to a negative.

Friends – I’m so disconnected.

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