"Hi, I'm Ade. You must be Jesse. I've seen your myspace. Katie talks about you ALL THE TIME. And I don't have anger problems, I just usually have a surly expression on my face in pictures. Katie is getting really embarrassed now, so I'm going to leave. Have a nice day!"
There was a bonfire for homecoming at the high school, so I went (FIIIIIIIRE, and I heard they were going to dunk Mr. Duffy, who is now the principal, but we didn't stay long enough to see that). So I finally got to meet this Jesse bloke, and I hope I didn't scare him TOO much (as for the "anger problem" thing, my sister showed him pictures of me, and since I don't smile for pictures unless I happen to already be smiling, he asked if I have anger problems. No, I just can't force a smile without looking manically EVIL - it's true!). I saw some of my old teachers, but being me, I didn't really say hi to any of them. They had booths selling food and stuff, and apparently FR now has a Fantasy and Creative Writing Club. The booth was full of nerdy-ish girls in Renaissance garb. I thought to myself, "WHY DID THEY NOT HAVE THIS WHEN I WENT THERE?" Oh, and there's a GSA now too. I went to their booth, and it was crammed with goth kids. They were selling chocolate-covered pretzels, and even though I was hodling some that my mom had bought from another vendor, I bought some from them to be supportive (and because I love chocolate covered pretzels). I told them I was glad there was a GSA now, and they didn't have one when I went to school (back in my day...). I was amused that the booth was surrounded by goth kids. Hmmm, maybe GSA really stands for Gothy Sullen Angst or something. Don't get me wrong, I love goths, they're so cute, and most of them are really nice. Anyway, I started thinking about how the high school GSA is apparently full of goths, and when I went to Allegheny, AGP was mostly full of fun, happy people. There must be some sort of transition upon high school graduation... it's like until you're 18, it's "Boo hoo, I'm gay, everyone is picking on me," and then in college it's "Yay, it's ok to be gay here! RAINBOW FLAGS EVERYWHERE!!!!!!!"
And yes, I know, I was being ridiculously stereotypical for a moment, and gay people are more diverse than that in high school and college and bla bla bla... I just like being silly.
Well, it's that time of year again, and you know what that means... THE ANNUAL LJ TRICK-OR-TREAT MEME!!!!!!!!
|My LiveJournal Trick-or-Treat Haul|
|agentfroot goes trick-or-treating, dressed up as a Red Hat Society lady.|
|benzine_torch gives you 16 green chocolate-flavoured wafers.|
|cyclor gives you 6 brown lime-flavoured nuggets.|
|deeevamp tricks you! You get a 3.5-inch floppy disc.|
|deltron3k gives you 13 milky white raspberry-flavoured pieces of taffy.|
|dj_rose_red gives you 17 light green watermelon-flavoured gumdrops.|
|inajiraarijani gives you 19 milky white licorice-flavoured jawbreakers.|
|kelkelen gives you 10 light blue strawberry-flavoured pieces of taffy.|
|luth tricks you! You get a scratched CD.|
|polaris134 tricks you! You lose 58 pieces of candy!|
|zinnia_zeroth gives you 19 pink coconut-flavoured pieces of chewing gum.|
|agentfroot ends up with 42 pieces of candy, a 3.5-inch floppy disc, and a scratched CD.|
|Another fun meme brought to you by rfreebern.|
Curses, Jen, you have been a thorn in my side for too long! *shakes fist*
Sorry, D, my system doesn't take 3.5 inch floppies. OH SNAP! (Sorry, had to make a bad joke out of that somehow)
I should totally dress up as a Red Hat Society lady. Screw waiting 26 years, 8 months, and 13 days to join! I can be one for one night!