you know... so many are like "I wanna meet *insert famous person here!!*" And mean just a hi and hello and maybe an autograph or photo. But of the famous people I wanna meet... Authors, singers, actresses... I dont mean that. hell I dont even care about the photo or autograph. I mean that I want a sit down, in depth conversation with them. And not even just about their work. but them as a person. AMD not even in a way that would lead to friendship or more. Just... I wanna get to know these people for who they really are.
For those who are currently struggling to get over an ex, I pray that you will. Sooner or later.
I will not use an online dating site, ever again.
I can't read or watch TV without eating. It doesn't have to be something sweet, just something that I like (but most of the time it's sweets because they are more convenient to eat). If I try reading or watching a show without having something to eat, I can't concentrate at all and get nervous as hell. I haven't ever seriously tried to stop this behaviour because I don't see such a big problem in it, it just gets a little annoying when there isn't any food in the house. Or when I start thinking about how unhealthy this probably is.
This christmas I'm gonna spend all my money on really old space-and/or-underwater lego stuff because when I was a kid, these old late 80's/early-to-mid 90's legos always were like...ancient legends - I knew they existed, but it was impossible to get them. - Now, due to ebay, and the fact that many people my age sell their lego stuff, it's easy and cheap to get all the cool shit I always wanted to own as a kid, rare minifigure-parts I wish I've had ten years ago, parts that are not produced anymore etc. The funny thing is, I'm 18 years old and have a working social life - Who will drag me to court?
A really close friend of mine annoys me extremely lately. She complains. Just complains. All the time. Mainly about how she doesn't have a boyfriend and doesn't think she ever will, sometimes also about people at college, how they're all stupid and annoying (ironically her reason for hating them often is "they complain about their stupid little problems so often"). I don't know how to tell her that she's getting on my nerves without upsetting her (as you can probably tell she's quite unstable and I'm a little afraid that being too direct to her could make her... Do something stupid or at least make her sadder than I intend to. We're friends, after all).