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Discussion in 'Friends and Family' started by D'Snowth, Mar 28, 2010.
I opened the box of ice cream cones today and there was a spider on the lid.
I got this sickening feeling in the gut of my stomach that there's some gang bangers living down the road from me.
I ACTUALLY sat through "A Special Sesame Street Christmas". For reals!
Handed in a form for honors graduation today. I'm almost a big boy now. Yikes.
Oh man, as excited as I am to graduate next year, don't even get me started on how terrifying the thought of graduating is. I'm not ready to be an adult!
I'm excited to graduate too, but this whole "adult" business is a little overwhelming. I'm taking a semester off to work on grad school applications, but it's still weird to think about how some of my friends have already landed jobs and stuff. The real world is not somewhere I feel at all prepared to live in.
I know what you mean. I'm not even sure if I'm going to grad school yet. I've been in talks with friends about moving to either LA or NYC once we're graduated, which is fabulous, but at the same time it's just so weird to think about moving and being an adult. When think about graduating I suddenly start thinking about getting a job and having a mortgage and raising a family and getting my own health insurance and - UGH. I'm not ready for any of that!
One of my friends got a job with Unilever starting in June of next year and he'll be starting off with a salary of $55,000 a year. Starting off! He's pretty much an adult now. Eventually I'll have to find a job, but like you said, it's a little overwhelming to think of all of that. Not to mention bills and stuff. Yicch.
I wish I had a job where I started off with $55 k waiting for me when I graduate.
Me too! And he asked me if he should take it! I know he's nervous about pinning himself down to a career, but 55k is a lot of dough. Plus he gets cheap toiletries and stuff, which would be enough incentive to take the job for me.
The call at seven this morning from a friend in New York City telling us he was coming by for a visit. ME: "Ok, great. See you then." >falls back to sleep< >wakes up like she was hit by lightening< "OMYGOSH! I'm in charge of the house now! NOOOO...!!"
Forgive my ignorance. Who's Fred Phelps?
He's the leader of the Westboro Baptist Church. I think all religions are entitled to believe in whatever the heck they want, but this church pretty much just goes around and promotes hate. They're the ones who picket soldier's funerals. They're just... not good people... which is hard for me to say, because I like to think everyone is good deep down. But watching interviews and footage of them talking, it's just frustrating to no end.
I agree. As a Presbyterian with many many Baptist friends and family, they are really corrupt and driven on anger. Icky. And not doing much to make Christians and Christianity look good. At. All.
Seeing a clip of Andy Griffith (and Liz Sheridan) doing an implied sex scene for a new movie...
Not only has my childhood been raped, but so has my life.
WHAT? EEeeewwwww...... excuse me while I go barf. That's like my great-grandp-eewwwwwww. Thank you for that mind picture. Shortly before bed. *scrubs brain*
Kirstie Alley dressed up like a fairy.
Then again, Kirstie Alley, period.
someone picked a booger, looked at it, then looked at me, then she scrubbed it on me! and of corse, to make matters worse, i have a very weak stomach when i am eating, so i puked. all. over. the.place. it was horrible...... ewww!!!
The fact that Friends is now on Nick@Nite.
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