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Just Dave's picture

Because I had a stressful day, I will rant about it on the internet journal.

1) So this amazingly attractive guy sat next to me in one of my classes. Apparently I could not handle this; I could hardly look at him directly, and only kind of smirked when we did interact. Also, my stomach started growling because all I'd had to eat that day was coffee. It's like my entire body was trying to sabotage my attempts at a good first impression.

2) I wouldn't call myself a third wheel; I'm more like training wheels. I will be close friends with two people, and then they will start dating. So I'll find someone else to hang out with, and the same fucking thing will happen. It sucks, but I might have a career as a matchmaker*.

3) With a few exceptions, I can honestly say that I'd rather be called a faggot than answer a question incorrectly in class. The feeling is horrible.

4) Number four feels inadequate because it has nothing to contribute.

It was a stressful day, but it wasn't today. Today has been alright. I think I'm gonna go grocery shopping now.

* I don't actually believe this

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Dracofangxxx's picture

#3...

THAT IS MY LIFE

I can not STAND being wrong in class, and not even out of ego or anything, I'm real humble and can accept if I'm wrong
but

SHIT it is so EMBARRASSING
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That's redick!

MaddieJoy's picture

You're right, it's terrible

You're right, it's terrible being wrong! What's really fun is correcting people in class.
When I was in 6th grade there was this "Gifted" kid in my English class. We were doing a "correct-a-sentence" and he said that "its" (as in "belonging to it") should have an apostrophe (which everyone knows is wrong). What's nuts is, the teacher told him how smart he was and put in the apostrophe! So I stood up and corrected them both. If you ever need an ego boost, correct a "smart" kid and watch his face as he squirms!

"It's a helluva start, knowing what makes you happy."
--Lucille Ball

MaddieJoy's picture

FYI, I'm not usually this

FYI, I'm not usually this mean, but the gifted program only let in like 2 girls and a bunch of really lazy boys, so they kind of needed to be taken down a notch.

"It's a helluva start, knowing what makes you happy."
--Lucille Ball