Fuck you, you stupid fat tourists. I know you bring money to our economy, but FUCK YOU!! at least when I go somewhere I won't be a complete bitch because I get something that I don't like. Such as this story right here:
Last summer I was in the deli with a friend of mine. We were getting sandwhiches. It was packed. So, we waited, we even let a large family cut in front of us, like nice local girls we are. They announce that they're out of bread and have to use bread ends [which are still devine! That bread is ssoo good it doesn't even matter what part of the bread you get.] and this family who was ordering [they were in mid-order when the girl announced that they were out of bread] was like, "oh okay, no big deal." and then the mom [I'm assuming] says, "Oh, you're out of bread? So, what's a bread end?'
Are you FUCKING KIDDING ME!!!?? YOU DUMB BITCH.
one of the girls working shows her and then she goes, "oh uuhh, hun [[turns to husband]] I don't like those. at all. [[turns to person working]] when can you make me fresh bread?" [[Friend I'm with and I just look at eachother. I say: What the fuck is her issue? Friend says: Jesus, idiot people. Both: Roll eyes.]] The girl working says, "we have some in the oven, but it's not going to be out for a bit." bottom line was: This lady threw a hhhuuuggeee fit because she said, "I come here to have a sandwhich, not some crap on a bread end ." I wanted to just say "Fine, fucking LEAVE THEN! Get out of our state and go back to where ever it was that you're picky ass came from." Her husband looked completely embaressed and says, "You can have mine, it's no big deal, I'll eat a bread end. This bread is good anyway. No big deal sweet heart." I swear that stupid woman was about to cry.
Next fuck you a hhhuuugggeeee one to this lady right here:
I was riding my bike home from my friend's house. I was on the correct side of the road, and this minivan has to drive around me, [duh.] because they're on the same side, and they start honking at me. Like I'm doing something? Anyway, I move over a little more [so now I'm in gravel] and she drives around me. I flip her off because that was clearly uncalled for. it was rediculous. Not to mention the lady was ssoo insanely huge. She parks her car up ahead [ugh are you kidding me?] and gets out and [remember she's like...huge] and says to me, "You need to get on the right side of the road." I said, "uh I am. This is the right side." She gets all fat and huffy then and says, "Oh, well i couldn't get around you." To which I replied "Hey maybe if you decided to ride a bike every now and then you'd shed a couple of pounds so that you can get around me. Or hey, get your FUCKING MOTOR fixed because I could hear it with my god damn music turned up. Ever hear of global warming? Yep, thanks for helping. Ever hear of the obesity problem in america? Yep, thank you for helping once again." She just looks at me and gets in her car.
She was from Illionis. So Fuck you a hhhuuuggeee one to you, you fat fuck.
[[My computer/mouse is a peice of shit.]] Anyway, i'm sure there was a question like this one before. But We'll do it all over again, yo. No problem, haha.
In The Hidden Diary of Marie Anntoinette, Marie was a very strong character. She was whiney at some points [obviously], but she was also so strong at the end. She was so worried about her children and the futures of them, rather than what would become of herself. It talks of the "let them eat cake" incident and she appologizes for it in her diary, saying that she didn't exactly mean that. Anyway, the part that really got me was all the times that she wrote about shopping or having someone come over for "fittings" and what not. It was insane how much money she spent. I remember on my World History test there was a question: Who was responcible for the finacial state of England durring this time? [Can't remember time period, this is sad.] The answer was Marie because she spent so much of the tresurary's money. Not onlyt hat but she wasn't as "queenly" as she could have been toward Louis. Though, in the book she makes Louis to be almost like a little girl. He is probably one of the people on my least liked list.
The book Go Ask Alice is based on a drug addict in the sixties. The main character is anon [it is said that someone wrote the book out of their own experience, but have changed names, dates and what. Then it is said that the whole thing is a fictional peice of work.] and she is about 15 [i think..] when she first starts and she is def not one of my favorite characters. SHe's stupid and has absolutly no morals what so ever. She can't make up her mind about anything, and then when she does it's probably the worst decision of her life. Then again, when she is using she is 15-17, so she doesn't have a whole lot of life experience. Every single time her life goes wrong [after she runs away two times] her parents lovingly accept her back in their family and baby her again, just as they had before. Her parents are so stupid, seriously. If it were my parents after one time, my mom would help me a little, but she'd chide me and tell me that I needed to grow up. Anyway, in the end Alice has a bad trip because someone spiked her peanuts [haha.] and she ends up losing chunks of skin and what not. Really gross, so she ends up having this bad trip, losing a love, and then she offs herself for no real reason.
Lucky by Alice Seabold: This book was litterally one of the best memiors that I had read in a long time. I haven't read it since I read it the first time [about a year ago] but the writing and the story itself just stand out to me. She was raped in a tunnel on her campus, and then she talks about her life after the rape. Finding herself and going to court against the man who had raped her. She talks of the fact that she always seems to be wearing Red, White, and Blue durring important events. I found that a little funny. When she goes to the trial she's wearing a blue skirt, a white shirt and a red jacket. haha, how lovely. Anyway, she's a very strong character through out the enitre book. :) [[Note: She also wrote The Lovely Bones which is probabaly the best book I've ever read in my whole friggin life.]]
Normal Girl: So, I barely remember this book, but here's what I remembered about the main character: She was a bitch, and she got away with everything. Up until the end when she grew up and realized that she couldn't be babied anymore. It was great, and I lvoed reading about her crack experiences. [Humm think I better read that one again.]
The Perks of Being a Wall Flower by Stephan Chbosky: I love Charlie. Seriously, if he were real, I would find him, and marry him. He is a sweet boy, [seriously] but he just is so emotional that it's ... wrong. I mean the boy is litterally crying over every little thing. Anyway, he is all emotionally distraught because of the death of his aunt Helen, who he was extreamly close to. It's really sad when the book is left sort of open-ended. Because you don't know what happend to this boy. [If I say "little boy", it's because to me he appears to be a little boy even though he is a sophomore in high school by the end of the book.] He finds love, and he realizes what it is to be 'infinant' for a few moments. He finds REAL friends, and he finds himself.
A Seperate Peace by John Knowels: I adore the character Finny in this classic. We read it in English 10, and I loved reading it because I always wanted to know what Finny was up to next. Not only that but I felt that he was victimized by Gene. Gene always wanted tob e like finny, he wanted people to like him, and Finny didn't even have to try. Then when Finny dies Gene suddenly realizes that, well he misses him, and that his world will never be the same. The book then wraping back to the begining, [which started with Older Gene looking at a tree. The same tree that Finny jumped out of and broke his leg the first time. Then going into the school building to see the stairs, [all shiney.] and him stating that something bad happend on those stairs [ie: finny's death. He died because the bone marrow in his leg leaked out and went into his blood stream. Or so the doctor thought.].] It's interesting how it all wrapps up. :)
The Twilight series: Bella is annoying, Jacob's a douchebag, Edward and is family are too perfect. They're one of my least favorite batch of characters.
When We Were Gods: A Novel of Cleopatra: Celopatra is probably my favorite character so far that I've had the pleasure of reading about. She was strong [even though she lead her country to defeate...] and she knew what to do when times got harsh. Men never listend to her because she didn't have a husband [but at one point she had Caesar/Marc Antony] and she lead the country herself. Honestly, I loved the book, it was great. But Cleopatra made it all worth it. She died with grace [sort of.] and there were these lines that she was thinking before she died that were something like, "I thought that I would never love him, but I do. I do love him." She never wanted to love Antony, not like she did with Caesar, but she did. In the end, she realized she would be with Antony, her coward and her scum of a man. [Those are my opinions, haha.]
Looking For Alaska: Alaska was a great character. She brought excitment [even though all of them really did] she brough mystery and she was awesome. haha, I would strive to be like her...then i remind myself that I wouldn't do half the things she did.
That's a lot of books...haha. :) Oh well..