I am the conquerer!
Tuesday, October 18, 2005
Monday, October 17, 2005
Yeah so, I am procrastinating like NOBODY's business.
This is what I've wasted my time with:
( Pick-up linesCollapse )
Yeah so, you all must think I am crazy now. Or...crazier...whichever you choose.
Here is the website if you want to waste time too!
Waste your time. I dare you.
Sunday, October 16, 2005
2:04PM - $10 Jew Boxes
I just watched one of those "Give us all of your money to give to some poor old sap who's dying over in that random country you have never heard of before" commercials. It was excellent. At first, I thought it was a joke, but it just kept going on and on and on, so I finally figured out that it was not a joke. Then I felt bad for laughing. Then I started laughing again.
Okay, the kicker was, it was for Jews. Now, I am used to the ones of african kids who are malnourished and all, but I have never seen an infomercial on Jews. They have a website, but I forgot it. Bummer. They were all like, send us $10 for a Jew box. And we'll send it to your Jew who is without food and lives in the Soviet Union.
Friday, October 14, 2005
7:26PM - Hehe.
Parents weekend means nothing to me other than being totally embarrased by my lovely family. But I still love them.
Best part of the day:
Me: Bio class was so fun today!
Cait: Did <
Cait: Oh God, I was kidding!
Three day weekend, can we get a 'Praise Allah!' in hurr?
Sunday, October 9, 2005
Well, hurray for not having monday off...
This "weekend" could have been better.
But now it is because Christmas is on its way!!
It seems that every October or so, I start listening to Christmas music and I just feel happy.
It is even better when Bing Crosby is serenading me. *swoon* I love Bing Crosby.
Off to "complete" (or at least pretend to complete) my History reading.
Monday, October 3, 2005
Wait...who else has gmail?
Mine is firstname.lastname@example.org
Oh man, I almost typed gmail.exeter.edu
That is sad.
6:35PM - I <3 anime!
You are a fighter for fun.
You like to disappoint or just to be better than
others. Perhaps you're lonly and don't know
what you are doing.
What do you fight for? *for girls only* (cute anime pics)
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The pictures are so pretty.
Sunday, October 2, 2005
Well, I just got back from Burger King with Salim. Our parents don't love us enough to make (or even buy) dinner for us.
All day today, I have been slaving over homework which is not even done to a semi-okay quality. Six hours on a history paper...is that normal?
I know, the load would not have been as big if I did my homework yesterday, or at least some of it, but where's the fun in that?
I thought so.
Now that I finished eating my sandwich, I can type with two hands now.
And drink my vanilla shake, which should have been chocolate, but the lady was black/mexican/whatever and didn't speak english. So she obviously screwed out order up. Loser. God.
Well, off to finish the rest of my uncompleted homework of doom.
Our teachers want to kill us. I know it.
Saturday, October 1, 2005
I recieved this email from my bio teacher:
Eden, Why don't you come see me for extra help before I leave on Tues afternoon. I'd like to help you get ready for your test on THurs. I teach AU, CV, DW and GY. Do you have a good time on Monday to meet? PLease email me back and let me know. Mr. CHisholm
I thought, oh how nice, usually it is me who has to take matters into my own hands.
Then...Mr Reiter, my advisor sent me this:
Make sure you get some help and direction from Mr. Chisholm in order to do well in the course. Try to speak up more and certainly ask questions when unsre of things. Don't let the term go any further without talking to him. If I can help at my end, come by or let me know. Yours, Mr. R.
That is when I realized I am failing Bio as of now. At least they are trying to help unlike last year with Mr. Gay-Rogers not knowing who I am, and Mr. DiCarlo and Mr. Cosgrove hating me because my dad beat them up....long story I didn't know about until Carleton told it to me.
*Sigh* What a huge mistake my life has been...
Oh, I went to the Deerfield Fair today with my parents. Salim had to stay at school. It was fun. You all missed out.
Friday, September 30, 2005
7:27PM - So true. I love math.
First, we assume that all girls take time and money.
Girls = Time x Money
Furthermore, we take the statement, "Time is money", and we get:
Time = Money
Girls = Money x Money
Girls = Money^2
Moreover, the statement, "Money is the root of all evil" means that:
Evil = the square root of money
Girls = (Evil)^1/2 (Evil)^1/2
which reduces to...
Girls = Evil
Sunday, September 25, 2005
Well, yesterday and today I went SCUBA diving with Derek.
I found out by looking at his drivers license that he is 32. Hahahahahahaaha. He knew I was going through his wallet, he asked me to. I swear.
Oh my God, he does not act his age.
We were singing to I Will Survive.
When he asked me who sang it, I was like, Donna Summer. And he was really surprised that I knew.
I was the cool kid that day.
Just got back from Club night.
I have no idea what I signed up for.
I just know that I signed up for Republican club and SCUBA club. It turns out, Atlantic Aqua sports is the sponser for Exeter, and Derek is the one who will be coming to the meetings. Indeed. Sweetness.
I am going to be certified this Wednesday if the weather is good! Two dives in one day. Now that is what I'm talking about. Yessssss.
Friday, September 23, 2005
10:15PM - All your dreams are waking up.
Yeah so, I was on the phone with Salim, and Joe decided to play the penis game. God do I hate that game. So immature. Now I'm just trying to make him feel bad. Anyways, this is the reason for me posting this:
Auto response from lefouenfeu: Studying like nobody's business.
I would advise you to not interupt me if you care about your life.
rcknonhorsepills: shows how much i care about my life
He is now the coolest kid in the world.
You are all jealous. I know it. I am God. I know all.
Wednesday, September 21, 2005
School is waaayyy too cool for me. I am hating it as of now.
I finally went SCUBA diving in the ocean today!
It was spectacular. The surface of the water is nice, but just a few feet down, there are so many crabs and fish, and other things.
I SAW A LOBSTER UNDER A ROCK!!!
It was the shizz.
I wanted to sneak it in my wetsuit, take it home, and eat it. But I didn't. Too bad. It was huge! It could have fed a whole African village! Maybe two.
I wasn't too excited about going today because I have way too much homework (I still do, I am just procrastinating.) Stupid History *kick* But all in all, I am glad I went.
Sunday, September 18, 2005
I am in the process of re-doing my backround. The reason why I am not fitting it to a full screen is because I never maximize the window when I am online, I just don't like it taking up the whole screen. I feel too closed in or something. I don't know...so, I am fitting the picture to my needs. Not yours. <3. You understand. Right?
Friday, September 16, 2005
This week has been the worst week of my life.
Then Friday came!!
I am so happy!
I have no idea why!
Oh, wait, yes I do...
I had my first guitar lesson today!
Mr. Sinclair is the mannnn!!
I had 12:35-3:50 off today!!
I am so happy!
Wednesday, September 14, 2005
Achtung! You are 61% brainwashworthy, 68% antitolerant, and 90% blindly patriotic
You probably you lack the charisma and intelligence to be Hitler himself,
but then again, who knows? You've got a few of the necessary traits, at
least. You are crazy, nationalistic, and more proud of your background
than you should be.
Right now I am breathing a big sigh of
relief that you don't live in Germany in the 1930's, although I guess
things couldn't have gone any worse than they did, even with your help.
Maybe all this energy that you feel right now could be directed to an
end less evil? Are you a Police Officer? Not in my town, I hope.
Sadly, you exceeded expectations on all 3 indicators.
Deutschland: Uber Alles!
The Terrorism Test
My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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Monday, September 12, 2005
Wow, I just got an email telling me that I'll be on stricts for two weeks if I don't clear my three dickeys...from last year! I recieved at least three each term anyways, why are they enforcing it now?!
Thursday, September 8, 2005
12:37AM - gar.
BIO 210 CV Principles of Biology Townley Chisholm Phelps 206
ENG 210 A2 10th-Grade English Lundy Smith Phillips 6
GER 210 DW Intermediate German Vicki Baggia Phillips 34
HIS 109 G The Greeks William Jordan Academy 028
MAT 220 BU Integrated Mathematics David Swift Academy 008
PEC 160 EFX Club Soccer Eleodoro Abreu-Gomez
MUS 010 N17 Private Lessons Jung Lee Music TBA
Nobody is in my class that I know of (except German). *tear* That totally put a damper on everything.
Saturday, August 27, 2005
3:11PM - Let the fun commense!
Highlights of Jack's party:
-Scoring 24 points in the game 10 fingers.
-Catching the mouse in the boat for it to then run away.
-Saving everyone's lives for building a wall around the fire pit before Jack's dad brought the gasoline.
-Having Jack's dad drive his car in reverse to the beach for us to listen to music because Bailey's wind-up radio was being retarded.
-Beating Spongebob with a stick for him to then give us candy after he was thoroughly ripped to shreds.
Then after the party, my dad was driving Carleton home as well, and we got into a hustle with a Maine-iac driver. We first saw him unbuckle his seat belt, open his door, and place a McDonald's cup on the road at a stop light. He had just driven out of McDonald's so he had plenty of chances to throw it out then. So we got his license plate just for that. Then, he wanted to pass us in the fast lane because he didn't want to lose his partner in crime, so he started shining his brights on us. We let him go, but shined out brights on him for like, 5 minutes. Then he got behind us in the fast lane, and his buddy was behind us in the slow lane, and they were both shining their brights on us. The loser face passed us just to cut in front of us while we were in the slow lane. So we moved to the fast lane, and the guy started swerving into out lane to try and scare us, luckily, my dad was driving and it didn't really faze him.
By this time, Carleton was having a heart attack in the back of the car, and my dad was driving like he usually does, so I was used to it. It was a very eventful car ride home. And it all started because the guy wanted to pass us. My dad wasn't the one driving like a maniac (no pun intended that time), the other guy was, and if he clipped our car, we would have gone out of control, and I know that he would have hit and run. He is the type of driver to do that. Luckily, we still have his license plate number.
Wednesday, August 24, 2005
10:56PM - Brilliance in the making.
I made a revalation during the first few minutes of The Notebook. Noah (a name that I love to bits) looks like Derek, my SCUBA instructor. So that made the movie so much better.
Yes, I did cry at the end. Yes, it was the second time I watched it. No I did not remember seeing it before. Yes, I love it and want my parents to buy it for me.
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