Fun. - We are young
“Tonight, we are young, so let’s set the world on fire. We can burn brighter than the sun”
Got teacher to improv this today in class. We only sung the chorus, but I got to sing the solo part! Huzzah! :D (Of course, I had someone else singing it with me and there were two others singing a harmony to the words while the class added synth-y parts, percussion, etc, but it was still great.)
…your friend trips up the risers and you laugh, thus turning your almost crying five minutes before into some kind of joy. Thanks, Helen. You win the “friend who I don’t hate” award for today (and pretty much have that award always). <3
I would really appreciate it if you would calm the fuck down. You are always asking for food, and the majority of the time I submit to your demands. It’s getting really annoying at this point, mostly because I know my family genetics are terrible, and even though I’m not big now, there is a high chance I will be later in life and possibly have health issues. You are allowed to be hungry, don’t get me wrong, you’re only a stomach. I would just like it if it wasn’t always.
It really bothers me when you go to a museum, and people who are with your group give less than a handful of fucks about the art and only care about taking pictures of themselves while in the gallery and asking stupid shit like “Why are her eyes red??” when it’s a painting of Mary/Madonna mourning or “Why is he more greyer than everyone else??” when it’s a painting of Jesus Christ dead/dying and being held by his followers…
Also, I believe that you are in the photo class and have been the entire school year. Asking “How do you turn off the flash?!?!” is just ridiculous. Oh and learn how to read a map instead of complaining that it “gives me a headache”.
Overall, though, the trip/art was amazing and I discovered Richard N. Chamberlain. I recommend his art to anyone.