These people. On the internet. Getting so angry over stuff I will never understand. Okay, so you may or may not have heard about this show called Faking It that is currently airing on MTV. Well, it's about two friends who are wrongly assumed and outed as a lesbian couple and once they are outed they become super popular and so they decide to go along with the lie because, well, they are teens and at least the one girl really wants to be popular and accepted. That isn't the end though.
Hey, guys, haven't been around in a while. I thought I'd re-enter by telling you about the socially awkward penguin moment I had today.
Oh, lawd. I don’t really know what’s wrong with me. Am I the only one that gets anxiety when they see they have a PM on Facebook or elsewhere?
The first bit is quite trivial but the other stuff not so much.
I started watching this show that's been off the air for a number of years. I'm really enjoying it. So I post a question to a forum a week or so ago explicitly stating that I'm watching the show for the first time, don't want spoilers, ect. What do I get? Some douche private messaging me humongous spoilers. Ugh. People. No respect. No consideration. No nothing.
Hey, guys. It's been a while since I've been around. I finished rewatching South of Nowhere tonight. It was a rage inducing show and the acting wasn't always the best but Spashley was cute as hell. :)
Hey, guys, I haven't been around for a little while. Don't worry, I didn't get a life or anything like that. Thought I'd post a little update on the exciting things that have happened since I last posted. Main thing, my dad had a heart attack in November. He ended up having triple bypass surgery after that and made it out all right. I guess it didn't really hit me until I went in to see him after he woke up after having the surgery done. He was all groggy and weird. My eyes welled up with tears and I couldn't help it.
Here is a music video involving two queer(?) girls that actually doesn't come off as completely exploitative!
Let's start off with a joke, shall we? I came across it the other day and it made me laugh even though maybe it shouldn't have?
What's the difference between Jell-O and a Jewish girl?
Jell-O moves when you eat it.
LOL. It so shouldn't make me laugh but it does. every. single. time.
I received an invite to Google+, so I’m just checking it out now. Interesting, it looks like there are no ‘male’ or ‘female’ options for the ‘looking for’ part, so I guess I won’t need to give a complete non-answer like I do for Facebook. :P
Btw, if anyone wants an invite, I’ll send them out. Just PM me your email address. :)
Last night was one of those times when I really wished I had queer or queer-friendly friends on Xbox LIVE. I logged into Xbox LIVE last night and immediately my youngest nephew (he's 10) invited me to his chat, so I accepted not noticing that it wasn't a private chat and he, in fact, has a bunch of his friends in the chat.
She's gotta be gay, right? :P
I LOOK REALLY GREAT FOR A MIDDLE AGED GUY OR CHILD, APPARENTLY.
I'm gonna hop right on there and get her/his photos, nothing suspicious about that email address at all...
When we were walking downtown the other day, a woman was walking the streets and passing out little pieces of paper. I only caught a glimpse of one of them as I told her I didn’t want one, and it said something about Jesus. I turned to my mom and said “No point in taking that, I’m already going to hell.” and then I thought that probably sounded weird (she doesn't know I'm gay) so I added, “I mean, everybody is…”
My doctor said my mole has mostly benign characteristics and he didn't seem too worried about it except that it popped up so quickly. He gave me the option of keeping an eye on it or sending a sample of it off for tests, and I chose the latter. May as well, it doesn't cost me a thing, and I'd rather be safe than sorry. In two weeks I'm going in for the biopsy. My mom informed me that her sister had skin cancer before I was even born, so I'm glad I went in to get it checked out. You just never know.
I found a weird new mole on my body today, so remembering that moles can be a cancerous, I Google "weird mole" and now I'm kinda paranoid about it. These are the signs of (potentially) cancerous moles:
A – Asymmetry, a mole shouldn’t differ from one side to the other.
B – Border, the edges of the mole shouldn’t be blurred or jagged.
C – Colour, look out for any changes in colour or patchy shades.
D – Diameter, check to see if a mole increases in size or if it is larger than 6mm across.