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25 February 2012 @ 12:22 pm
08 } losing my mind, losing control  
All right. This week sucked, mostly because my only friend in that class declared she was sick and took every day - except one - off. I shouldn't be annoyed since I probably did the same last year, but I was all alone and didn't really have any friends in that class then. Plus we're in our final year at this school, so it's pretty important we concentrate on our attendance. Another reason why this week sucked is because a certain ignorant red-head took interest in me and decided I would make for a good joke. Though I can't say I didn't expect something like this to happen. I guess my silence and constant glares make it so obvious that I want their attention. *sarcasm sarcasm*
I'm not even going to bother going into detail with the stupidity of my class, so I'm going to skip to something a little more important. Yesterday, at recess, my friend and I were looking at a building opposite to us at the same time (no reason - I think we'd just run out of things to say), then everything flickered dark for about a second before resuming it's usual state. Okay, at first I didn't pay much attention to it. I just thought my eyes were playing tricks on me (they do that sometimes). But then my friend pointed it out and we were both kinda dumbfound.
There's also this dude in my class (he's a punchline to a signature joke aforementioned ignorant red-head likes to make, too) and he said "Hi, Jodie" to me, like, every time he saw me. And that's a fair bit considering we're in the same classes for roughly everything. And we ran into each other twice at lunch and he still said it. I don't know why, but it's just... weird.
Now, since I'm in year 10, I just had to watch the Students VS Teacher's game at lunch yesterday. It was most of the guys - and a few girls - up against some of the teachers (way to state the obvious). And I'm pretty sure that the school hired this one particular dude just for the game. I mean, he looked like he played some form of sport professionally. Or all forms of sport. I wouldn't be surprised if he never showed up again after that match.
Needless to say, we lost.
My friend and I sat on a hill where wasps and bees were too close for comfort, and, to make matters worse, the sun was beaming down on us and the temperature was crazy hot. It didn't help that both of us were wearing our year 10 jerseys. We decided, after some time, to follow everyone else's lead and use an umbrella. Once we got over our little height difference, we were good. We also used it to shield ourselves from bugs. ~team work~
I haven't really done much writing of recent, since I've been a little distracted by school and stuff. I'll try get around to writing more than just pointless speech.
Current Mood: weirdweird
Current Music: Cough Syrup - Glee (cover)