Also, I just saw Hamlet 2. It was actually reeeeeallly good. And not offensive at all. People are just stupidly sensitive about things. Really.
EDIT: OH! I almost forgot! Anyone who knows me in real life knows "I sneeze a lot when I sneeze", right? Well today I was in K-Mart with my mom buying pillows for college and I was sneezing and this guy walks through the end of the aisle, turns to me, points, and goes "STOP!"
And I stopped.
He was like. "Wow. It worked."
And I waas like. "Wow. Yeah. Uh. Thank you."
And well. He was pretty attractive. I saw him a lot randomly the rest of the time I was at K-Mart and I think he was behind us in line at the check-out. I really wanted to say hi or something, or like, "hey, want to stop my sneezes at dinner and a movie some time?" but you know, who does that? I told my mom about it and she was like "yeah, that sort of thing only happens in the movies."
I thought to myself, "I really want something to happen to me that only happens in the movies."
I secretly hope that he's going to SOU next year and that we'll bump into each other again sometime when he stops my sneezes. Ahhhh, youth.
EDIT EDIT: I stopped by Bridgeport today to ask them about my scarf. It was not in the lost and found. Sad!