P.S: I am 23.
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
You know when people talk out of their ass and talk crap and dont know when to shut-up? Well, I've met a couple of them and they have truelly surprised me when they have thought what has come out of thier mouth has been appropriate. On a weekly basis, just like most of you, someone will ask your age or have a good old go at how old you are. I normally get that I look 19-23, which is kinda what I am. I am 23. So it would come as a BIG surprise to me when in these two incidences of inappropriateness two ladies at different dates have said that i look 26 or older. Normally, this would not bother me that much. I mean once this idiot outside of 'Gardenias' said I definetly was 28 when I was actually 18. She added 10 years, sadly this lady still hangs outside 'Gardenias' even though the place has closed down...I guess thats what old age does to you. But back to what I was saying...I did not get offended at the guess, I was just so shocked that even after they knew that I was 23 they felt the need to say "oh, i though you were 26 or older." People, teach your children right! You do not ever under any circumstances tell someone they look older once they have outlined their age. Just in case you're really stuck on how to be an appropriate person....you should not ask whether someone is pregnant, chances are you are wrong and they have just gained weight. In fact you should just steer clear of making any comments about physical appearance to someone you don't know. I hope this helps you out.
Friday, April 2, 2010
Once you hear him sing, you will no doubt feel the way I feel for this man. Todrick Hall entered this years American Idol and was voted off a few weeks ago. But like everyone knows, some of the best people don't get very far on Idol, and he was clearly the best from all auditionees. Youtube him as I have no clue how to upload a video here...you will thank me later :)
I rarely am on Twitter, but the other day I heard him sing and updated my status as I was so inspired. I'm not one to ever get starstruck but I did once I figured out that Todrick himself had twittered me back! Here are the 'tweets'.
It has recently come to my attention that when it comes to playing 'the game' EVERY man (boy) seems to know how to play. I'm not a very strong player, infact I'm not a fan of complicated games, I much prefer to play guess who. The mystery face game where you flip over a collection of faces with different color hair, eye color, hair, hats, glasses etc. In my opinion, games should have more than one player and they be well informed of the rules at hand. Since when have games become such a solitary activity?
What ever happened to liking someone, they like you, you hang out and so on...nowadays it just doesn't work out that way. In today's world it is totally acceptable to meet someone, show interest, lead them on (for various psychological reasons) and simply walk away with no explanation needed. This happens all too often. This 'game' needs some serious reviewing.
I refuse to play the game. If I dont get Mayfair or Parklane in Monopoly I quit. There's no use in sitting around, playing a game if you know what you want is not on offer anymore.