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I like talking to new people so send me a message :)

Interested in Child Psychology, Zoology, computer games and urban exploration.

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» Conspicuous Consumption

Lurve!
I've had a pretty unlucky couple of years consisting of illness, lack of work, having to decide whether I should spend my money on my rent or my food, family troubles and having to cope with all the stress and depression that comes with this.
But through this time I have had one thing that has kept me going because it is actually the best thing anyone could wish for, and that is a happy relationship.
In fact, it's not just a happy relationship but one that is so awesome that it takes a lot of effort not to shove my smugness in everyone else’s faces. We are so deeply in love that if it were to be represented as a picture it would make people throw up from the sheer power of it. We are so unbelievably happy together that when I hear other supposedly "happy" couples complaining about their loved ones, it makes me feel all warm inside that no one else is as content as we are.
I don't have a lot and this is why I've decided to rub my awesome love in your faces and say "ner" because you might have money and cars and fancy fur coats but I've got a soul mate.

So there.
(Fri 29th Jul 2011, 10:18, More)

» Workplace Boredom

I've had lots of boring jobs
I was once a lollypop lady during a time when it was raining very hard, all day, every day.
Hardly any kids walked to school during that time because they obviously didn't want to get soaked.
I basically spent my time standing by a road, in the rain, doing nothing for four weeks.

The only thing I could think of to do was to see how fast I could spin my stick around without dropping it.

Imagine a girl wearing a fluorescent yellow jacket, spinning a giant lolly in the rain by the side of the road.
(Thu 8th Jan 2009, 12:33, More)

» Things we do to fit in

Girls
I've never really fit in with other girls.
I can't stand shopping for hours, I hate the way they seem to complain constantly about really insignificant things.
Last year I went on holiday with 7 other girls and shared a house with them for a week... by the end of it I was so fed up of their whining I wanted to shoot myself.

This is why, to try to fit in, I hang around with guys insead.
(Thu 15th Jan 2009, 16:29, More)

» Your first cigarette

Smoke bubbles!
I don't actually smoke but I still have an interesting fact to tell! If you get a tub of bubble solution (the stuff kids use) and try blowing a bubble just after taking a drag, the bubble will fill up with the smoke! This causes it to float off in a mass of swirly, toxic shimmeryness. It is the most beautiful sight ever! ^_^ Until it pops and someone a few yards away gets a face full of fag :P
(Fri 21st Mar 2008, 16:28, More)

» Driven to Madness

When stupid people have important jobs
I've worked in loads of different schools across loads of different counties and it still surprises me that most of the people who are teaching are as thick as dog turd.
I know that there are people out there who are really enthusiastic about their job and will strive to make the kids they work with learn as much as possible... it's just that I've worked with a depressingly large number of teachers who are worse at spelling that the kids in their class. I once worked with someone who wrote "wardrope" instead of "wardrobe" even though she had been reading a book to her class about wardrobes for an entire week. I also worked with a biology teacher who thought sharks were mammals.

I've recently been caring for a relative who is quite ill and needs a district nurse to visit regularly to change dressings and check up on her health. Not a single one of them have noticed when the wounds have become infected, despite me pointing out that the wound smells and is yellow. They would simply tell me that they couldn't see anything wrong and not to worry, so when they had finished and gone I would immediately ring the doctor, who would confirm that I was right. This relative is very old and very ill and would probably be dead by now if I'd listened to the nurses.

I really do understand that not all teachers and nurses are like this but considering how important those jobs are, there sure are a lot of morons doing them.
(Sat 6th Oct 2012, 23:17, More)
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