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Writer's Block: Week in Review

What's the best thing that happened to you this past week?

I got to see my boyfriend. Watching tele and eating takeout, the best dates ever! Getting gate crashed isn't always fun, but I'll live.

Writer's Block: A.A. Milne

Some people find Eeyore’s gloomy outlook charming. Others prefer the bouncy enthusiasm of Tigger. Who would you rather be trapped in an elevator with: Eeyore or Tigger?


I would probably end you killing the both of them. However I would say Eyore, he's gloomy but quiet so if I was trapped in an elevator with him I could just ignore him. Whereas Tigger would be all over the place so he'd be hard to ignore.
The other day I had an argument/discussion with a Muslim. Who, among other things, said something that really got to me. This isn't me turning to God, or religion or anything. But he said 'Aren't you empty without God?'

Now I didn't think about it at the time, but looking back I am empty. I am empty because I am void of the notion that I MUST be good as I am being judged. As I don't believe in God I am being judged by no one but myself and, obviously, my peers. However those who know me will understand that God would be a kitten compared to the amount of punishment I serve myself when I 'fail'.

Worse still, as I continued the very self-indulgent train of though, because I believe that I am a 'child of the universe' (http://www.fleurdelis.com/desiderata.htm) and therefore I have been going for a fair few million years now. I will not only be letting down myself and the aforementioned peers and family members. But also millions of years of tampering and evolution. At this current point in time it is arguable that I am (as molecules etc) at my most sophisticated. When I die I will become something else and the ratio of sophistication to pleb will most likely change. But anyway, in my most sophisticated state I should be able to do something amazing. This is the most evolved my elements have ever been. And yet I am severely disappointing. I have little to no social intelligence, I have a fear of most things even though as a human the majority of my species enjoys playing the proverbial God, I am definitly not the brightest crayon in the box and my ever changeable OCD breaks every rule in the book.

In conclusion. I feel disappointing and to make that basic teenage angst statement more interesting I thought I would base it around atheism.

Sometimes I feel liberated though. Like when I am out there, not in the town, with 'nature' and all that other good stuff and I look around and go. 'Well isn't this just the best accident EVER'...it's a good feeling.

Sep. 28th, 2008

It's All In The Stars...

Random questions

Do you believe that love is forever?:</font>I dunno, maybe. I've never been in love so I can't really tell.</font>
Do you get hurt by people easily?:</font>Yes. Just about everything makes me cry.</font>
Do you believe that all people are generally good?:</font>No, I think people are neutral and then they become bad and good at different times.</font>
Do mean people make you sad?:</font>yes.</font>
Does ice cream make you happy?:</font>OUI!</font>
Do you sing in the shower?:</font>All the time. I sound damn good as well...or not.</font>
When it rains, do you like to splash in the puddles?:</font>Only on my way home.</font>
If you see a cute guy/girl walk down the street, do you smile and tell him/her that he/she is cute?:</font>I smile but I never talk. I just hang about in a weird way.</font>
Do you notice when people have beautiful eyes?:</font>Yeah.</font>
Have you ever cried watching a movie?:</font>Yes all the time.</font>
Is it cute when old people are holding hands?:</font>Yeah !</font>
Are you a happy person?:</font>Most of the time I am pretty optimistic.</font>
Do you tend not to worry even when you know something bad is about to happen?:</font>I worry all the time, about everything!</font>
Is it fine to cut the barbie's hair?:</font>Yeah, as long as you like a bald barbie.</font>
Have you ever laughed so hard that your stomach hurt?:</font>OUI!</font>
Are you slightly lazy?:</font>On a Sunday.</font>
Do you like to drive with the windows down?:</font>No, it messes up my hair.</font>
Are you in love?:</font>No.</font>

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Writer's Block: Giving Thanks

What are 10 things you are thankful for?


1) My family, they aren't perfect. We fight. I feel like an only child because my brother hates to spend time with us. But I have them, they aren't ill or dead and for that I am very very thankful.

2) My happiness. Sometimes I don't show it or I complain to hell but I have a pretty sweet life all things considered. It started out a bit shit but my mum's worked really hard to get a good job and move us away from the council estate we both spent a lot of our youth trapped on. She isn't lonely any more and I don't feel as poor and hard done by as I used too. I'm also off to 6th form, not a lot of people have the opportunities I do but I feel like I deserve them as well. This may seem selfish but I am still very thankful that I live in a country that allows me to spread my wings and be happy free from major oppression.

3) The NHS and health care in general. It's very vain but even after only about 2 months I feel so much better with contact lens'. I am a whole new person! And it's all thanks to medicine and advances in superficial plastic cups for eyes. Que the cheesy music!

4) My house. It feel right to live here. I have a bigger room and even though it's ages from my school I still love it and I love that I can live here like a proper family. It feels like a new start.

5) The fact I am not stupidly fat. Superficial again and very daft but it's true.

6) The internet. I have met some truly special people because of it. Some good friends that recently I lost and I miss them a lot. It's a great place to have a laugh and a chat. But it will break your heart as well. Brilliant for everything it is the ultimate product. Everyone needs it.

7) Electricity. For heating and for plugs etc. I would fade away into nothing without a micowave and a television and other commodities.

8) My job. The pay is good but the hours are low so I only get about £15 a week. Which for 3 hours work isn't bad but I could be doing with some more hours. Regardless I am thankful that I even have a job.

9) My pets. Again I take a lot of time out of my week to complain about them but they are always there. Selfishly wanting to be fed and tickled every ten minutes but they still try to comfort you when you are sad and miss you when you're gone. They are like my sisters and I love them!

10) Lastly I am thankful for being born when I was. There are so many other eras and centuries and decades that could have been tainted with my presence. But I feel like I was born right on the cusp of something brilliant. There has been war and sadness and ailments and all sorts of terrible things in the short 16 years I have been alive. But I have not had to witness personal suffering within my own country as those born for the 30's had to. I haven't had to evacuate, nor have I been tried for witchcraft. I have merely witnessed break throughs in technology. iPods, cameras and the internet tucked neatly into mobile phones, robots and not forgetting Kinder Bueno's. I've seen films when they have just come out. Like The Dark Knight, which I am sure will soon be a classic talked about and studied in Media classes across the country, and not forgetting Harry Potter!


So they are the ten things I am most thankful for.

Writer's Block: Your Threads

What does your favorite "you" outfit consist of?


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If you could pick any TV show that has been off the air to come back for one more season, which show would you pick and why?


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