It’s over a year later and certain songs still bother me. I’m still guarded and I’m still angry when I see him. How does one person change so much about you? I like who I’ve became but I hate who he’s made me. Can you say that in the same sentence?
The most solid advice for a writer is this, I think: Try to learn to breathe deeply, really to taste food when you eat, and when you sleep really to sleep. Try as much as possible to be wholly alive with all your might, and when you laugh, laugh like hell. And when you get angry, get good and angry. Try to be alive. You will be dead soon enough.
I don’t want to learn in a classroom anymore. I want to travel and talk to people and learn that way. I want to learn as I go, gathering knowledge and not being rigorously tested on it. I don’t want to lose passion in the things I like because of the worry of exams. I want to be fueled by snippets of knowledge I gain from people and be inquisitive. School has stolen my passion for the things I’m interested in and I hate it for that.
My Parents Need to Stop Touching My Stuff: The Musical
featuring the hit single “Put that thing back where it came from or so help me”
First Song: Close My Door All The Way
Secret track: “I Made A Long Distance Call To My Mother Just To Find Out Where The Hell She Put My Socks”
Big Group Number: I Know You Have A Favorite (It’s Not Me)
Dramatic song: That’s Not My Name, That’s The Dog’s
omg this is so asdfghjkl;
If only this was my future, oh yeah that’s not possible because I’n no one’s crush and I don’t have any friends what-so-ever appart from one who lives 800 miles away fro me ;(
Same goes for DESPERATION = A ROPE ENDS IT,
THE EYES = THEY SEE,
THE MORSE CODE = HERE COME DOTS,
DORMITORY = DIRTY ROOM,
SLOT MACHINES = CASH LOST IN ME,
ELECTION RESULTS = LIES - LET’S RECOUNT,
SNOOZE ALARMS = ALAS! NO MORE Z’S
THE EARTHQUAKES = THAT QUEER SHAKE,
ELEVEN PLUS TWO = TWELVE PLUS ONE
MOTHER-IN-LAW = WOMAN HITLER.
WAIT BUT THIS IS MY FAVORITE ONE:
HOLMES AND WATSON = WOMANLESS AND HOT
DESTIEL = LET’S DIE
MERTHUR - HURT ME