PC performed for them. and then we got to mingle after (: me and clarissa totally pimped justin out :D everyone wanted his email and thought he was cute. i mean of course, he’s justin (:
clarissa did most of the work since she could speak chinese. all i said over and over and over again was 他很可爱。(thank god for google translator) and wo ai ni. and ni hao ma. cause that’s all i know how to say in chinese. LOLOL. but they all agreed to me when i said he was cute! so that’s all that matters (:
i also had my first behind the wheel lesson today. woot woot! my teacher was fob too. he was funny. i’m gonna be a GOOD asian driver (: i’m never wearing sandals for my behind the wheel lessons. they kept slipping off and sometimes it pressed on the gas too hard and ughhh it was bad. but i learned how to turn today. other than my sandals, he said i did pretty well.
overall, today was a good day. SOOO much better than yesterday.
i was at california adventure with production choir! :D omg it was sooo fun!
hung out with my asians (:
justin. roger. clarissa. emily. me. our crew is legit.
somehow paul ended up with us too. but that’s okay. LOL.
we didn’t even go on that many rides. we ate about 3/4 of the day. it was soo much. no joke.
2 sourdough soup bowls. a turkey leg. then each of us got a churro. then we all got sundaes. another turkey leg. a cupcake. cotton candy. then we got hungry again and bought another two sourdough soup bowls. and then lastly jamba juice.
in total, all of us spent about $70 in food. WOW.
performing was okay. pretty tough crowd. but whatever.
we bonded the whole day. talked about justin’s our feelings. but we all got sooo close. i haven’t had that much fun in soo long. i really connected with my asians (:
and now i’m really bummed because i’m not going to san francisco cause of winterguard ); i’m soooo sad. i really wanted to spend more time with them. sighh.
hopefully they don’t forget me while i’m there.
okay i’m done. time for homework. and sleep. i’m tired.
"He’s not perfect. You aren’t either, and the two of you will never be perfect. But if he can make you laugh at least once, causes you to think twice, and if he admits to being human and making mistakes, hold on to him and give him the most you can. He isn’t going to quote poetry, he’s not thinking about you every moment, but he will give you a part of him that he knows you could break. Don’t hurt him, don’t change him, and don’t expect more than he can give. Don’t analyze. Smile when he makes you happy, yell when he makes you mad, and miss him when he’s not there. Love hard when there is love to be had. Because perfect guys don’t exist, but there’s always one guy that is perfect for you."
“What d’you mean, I’m not brave in bed?” said Harry, completely nonplussed.
There was a groan of bedsprings, and Harry’s mattress descended a few inches as George sat down near his feet. “So, got there yet?” said George eagerly.
“He’s having a go at my mother!” Seamus yelled.
“I thought not,” said Snape, watching him closely. “You let me get in too far. You lost control.”
“Manners, Potter,” said Snape dangerously. “Now, I want you to close your eyes.” Harry threw him a filthy look before doing as he was told. He did not like the idea of standing there with his eyes shut while Snape faced him, carrying a wand.
He was on all fours again on Snape’s office floor.
He came quickly, as if a white flag had come out of his wand.
Harry enters the Chamber of Secrets to find Ginny, his future wife. And has to fight a giant snake with a legendary sword. He ends the episode by flying out of a deep shaft, with Ginny hanging on to his leg.
“She tasted disgusting, worse than Gurdyroots! Okay, Ron, come here so I can do you.”
basically double meaning phrases that are meant to be innocent but are unintentionally sexual, the very beginning of “that’s what she saids” ahahahaha
One of the Universal Truths that lie just beyond the fabric of modern society is the axiom that geeks, along with nerds and other peoples who overinvest in intelligence but boast underdeveloped social skills, make the best lovers. Once people realize this, the sexual revolution that will sweep through western culture will make the seventies look like the fifties, and I’m not talking about wider pants. The reasons why geeks are unparalleled as lovers are simple and many:
Geeks don’t sleep around. Geeks, through their higher IQ and therefore greater understanding of the tragedy of human condition, know that the dice only seem to have more sides on the other side of the table. Hence, they instinctively stay loyal to their lovers through thick and thin. Their social skills are also not well developed enough to support an affair, and frankly, geeks generally aren’t quite sure how they ended up with the lover they have attracted. When you date a geek, you know the geek will be yours until you are done.
Geeks are good at the things they try. When’s the last time you met a geek who didn’t have some secret skill just simmering below the surface of a simple-seeming life, honed in the wee hours of the night? It could be hacking, playing video games, or the ability to insert and remove those stupid computer power plug things from drives without cursing or breaking a finger. Let sex become their new favorite late-night hobby, and you know that a geek won’t quit until he or she has learned how to hack into your brainstem through specific genitalia interfacing in parallel with general dermal and oral bonding.
Geeks are not interested in status. Geeks became geeks because they chose to spend their time doing things that would not necessarily make them popular with everyone else in school, like sports and fashion. The ability to resist peer pressure is important to a geek. This means that a geek is more interested in their or your happiness than looking good to others, which will come in handy when either (a) you need attention, in any sort ranging from the nurturing to the lascivious, and also, because both of those things are not necessarily unorthagonal dimensions, any combination of the two, or (b) you need to be rescued because it is the climax of a teen 80’s movie. Or both.
Geeks haven’t formed bad habits. After years of serially dating lots of other women, many socially successful guys have become too confident to be intimate, think of women only for sex, and don’t have any intention of letting what in their minds is “just another girlfriend” enjoy the last spring roll. Let us not even pry into the diabolical, dark, twisted, and depraved mind of the girl who has serially dated many men. None of this is true of the geek, however. The lack of past romantic partners allows the geek to approach lovers with the zest of the neophyte. Geeks are not full of romantic confidence; however, once coaxed from their emotional holes like tame bunnies, they are eager to please and enjoy their newfound relationship.
Geeks can concentrate. Geeks can focus their energy on one task with the intensity of a hunting cheetah. Granted, the task they are focusing on may have more to do with hunting orcs with a +1 Sword of Piercing rather than hunting gazelles with claws, but the fact remains that a geek, once set upon a task and given Mountain Dew, becomes a tireless slave to their goal. Put a six-pack of Dew on the bedside table and a geek between the sheets, and you have found yourself one relentless lover. When’s the last time all night actually meant all night? When’s the last time you were with someone who, if they needed more of the night, knew how to get it?
Geeks have excellent finger dexterity. Geeks roll dice. Geeks play video games. Geeks flip pages in books. Geeks type a lot, and use characters like ~ and ^ and | that no one else has any use for. Geeks use calculators in postfix notation. As a result, a geek knows how to use his or her fingers to greatest possible effect. Whether you have a button that needs pushing or a joystick that needs joy, a geek is the person for the job.
Geeks have imagination. Once you have found your amazing lover, you wouldn’t want things to become boring. That is where geeks prove their real worth. Replayability is important to the value-conscious video-game playing geek, and this translates to relationships as well. Wouldn’t you want to date someone who has created a Quake 3 mod? Wouldn’t you want to date someone who has written steamy Everquest fan fiction involving elven incest? Wouldn’t you want to date someone who wished they were Morpheus rather than someone who wished they were Barry Bonds?
There are plenty of other reasons why geeks are the best lovers around, but don’t just take my word for it. Find the nearest sexy geek and coax that person into asking you out, even if you have to do so using instant messanger. Remember: the only non-sexy geek is a single geek.
1. You tell him things you don’t tell anyone else. We don’t mean blurting something out when you’re emotionally unstable, but the desire to tell him intimate details about your life means you trust him — a major component of successful long-term love.
2. You let her see you in moments of weakness. It’s easy to be happy with someone when you’re feeling good about life. But what about when you’re not doing so well? Do you want to see her when you’ve been denied a raise, or your cat died, or you had a plain old bad day? She should be a comfort during tough times, not a burden.
3. You respect him.You don’t want to change the essence of who he is. There may be stuff that irritates you in everyday life — he insists on wearing his favorite holey T-shirt, he eats sugar cereal for dinner, he still watches Saturday morning cartoons — but you like him, plain and simple.
4. You want him to meet your parents. You feel proud of him and you want to show him off — as opposed to feeling like you have to make excuses for him.
5. You can imagine a future together.You don’t have to practice writing your first name with his last name, but do you periodically let your mind wander to picture a life together? Is it amazing?
6. You’re not afraid to disagree with him. You know that even if you fight, he’ll listen to you and won’t brush you off. He takes you seriously, even when he thinks you’re wrong.
7. You want to work out your major differences.If you do have crucial differences that will impact your future together — different opinions about religion, money, or something else — you want to work them out with him, and you believe you can come to a conclusion that will satisfy both of you.
8. You laugh together. Laughter is one of life’s simplest pleasures — you should definitely be able to crack each other up.
9. You’re incredibly, utterly, surprisingly attracted to her. Physical chemistry is an undeniably important ingredient in a healthy relationship. And if she’s not a classic beauty or your usual “type”? Even more reason to think she’s the one.
10. It’s OK to be quiet around her. You don’t feel like you have to fill the space between you with chatter or other interaction. Instead, you feel an easy comfort.
11. You feel like yourself around him. You don’t feel like you have to edit your thoughts; you’re not self-conscious or anxious.
12. You need him the right amount. You long for him — but not too much. Some neediness is good, but too much breeds discontent.
13. You don’t feel too jealous. You’re comfortable with him going out with his friends — even female friends. You let each other have your own lives and hobbies.
14. You feel like she makes you a better person. She makes you feel smart, funny, attractive, creative — like the best version of yourself. You feel like she brings out and complements the best parts of you.
15. She just gets you. Sometimes it’s that easy. You feel like she understands some essential part of you that you can’t explain or articulate. It’s a warm, comfortable feeling — and one you should have with the person you marry.