April 3, 2011 § Leave a comment
I was in high school again. Got the whole green uniform on: kilt, knee socks, some form of a black shoe, golf shirt…The were gonna pull off the grad prank. Everyone was in the common room, which transformed into a much more lavishing chamber with tall cielings, marble flowing. We were suiting ourselves up with helium balloons, so much that we were starting to float. So the parade started off with a traditional Chinese New Years lion dance, everyone followed behind.
Scene changes and I’m in the library with four friends. Faceless jerk comes along and sits with us. I say jerk because I was kind of pissed and hateful as soon as this person got there. So I leave the library in a screaming fit. Two girls wave at me before they head to this pool party, and then I run down the stairs that were made to trip you. I somehow managed to find the balloon parade and I ninja my way through to my locker.
December 11, 2010 § 1 Comment
This might make me seem a little terrible, but I can’t think of any other way to express my undying thirst to shove a stick up this girl’s–wait! SHE ALREADY HAS ONE! (I am seeing a common trend here guys.) I have met and befriended only a handful of Jewish people. But if all Jewish people acted like this bitch with an attitude problem, then you might as well call me a Nazi cause I want to fucking tie her up and throw her into a gas chamber, right now.
Seriously, people only need to know two things: respect your neighbour but don’t give a damn fuck about what they do. It’s called creating optimal distance between you and the people around you. There’s no such thing as being considerate to someone else. That’s just a luxury. If everyone respect each other properly and cared a little bit less about their actions, a compromisable shared space can be achieved. For example, you respect that you are using someone else’s dishes. So you should clean it so that it is clean, not dirty. (Yes, this girl can’t tell the difference between dirty and clean.) Since we’ve already got that respect in place, the other person shouldn’t care they used their dishes because it should be respectablly clean.
July 28, 2009 § 1 Comment
So I went to my university orientation and there are the things I remember from it.
Lots of Asians
“Physics is like Mario…with the math 1UP mushroom.”
Oh and I saw a doppleganger of someone I dislike. I’m hoping to somehow make the two of them meet and then watch them die because there is a myth that says if you meet your doppleganger you will die, or one of you will die. so I’m hopping that the douche with no bags will die without me having to exert much effort. Although, it wouldn’t be as fun if I don’t get to see the expression on his face when he meets his demise~ oh woops, I revealed the gender.
This fall is going to be fun! (no sarcasm intended)
June 19, 2009 § Leave a comment
I annoy them, they annoy me.
It’s a hated mutual relationship.
So I’ll keep trolling,
until I win and they lose.
February 2, 2009 § 2 Comments
It’s going no where,
No matter what is done.
Wanting to reach the other side,
Yet trying only makes the scars hurt.
Even after waving the white flag,
Regret lingers in no man’s land.
November 13, 2008 § 2 Comments
Disclaimer: ranting about how my life sucks right now, so don’t read if you’re just going to make me feel more frustrated.
Damn, my life died within a span of 2 hours.
First, failed to play Bach Prelude and Fugue from memory…FAIL.
Second, my teacher tells me it is impossible for me to do a full sonata…FAIL.
Third, I left my English binder at school and I have a re-test tomorrow…FAIL.
Fourth, UBC application won’t accept my OUAC reference number…FAIL.
Fifth, I forgot how to do a question on the math quiz…FAIL.
Sixth, I am scared for life thanks to Ef~ Tales of Melodies episode 6…FAIL.
Seventh, I have almost watched 70 days worth of Anime…FAIL.
and the list continues.
Some of the good things that happened to me today…
One, I did really well on my last quiz (and would have gotten perfect if the teacher wasn’t a tool and took off marks because I said x could equal two possible answers when…it can! YES WE CAN damn it!)
Two, my piano teacher now knows I plan to audition into music programs.
Three, me and my partner FINALLY found books for IDC we could use.
Four, I finished the Music Night Poster which is VERY colourful.
and…I can’t think of anymore because I’m pessimistic like that.
October 18, 2008 § 9 Comments
I am alive! I did not get giardia poisining (a.k.a no projectile vomiting and diarrhea) and I did not catch the flu like Ms. B did. But I had a really boring time, so boring that I was really irritated.
First complaint, who was the retard that suggested that ALL the big ensembles go on this trip? I had to run back and forth from Band sectionals to Orchestra rehearsal, then back for my meals, then back to go to my room. Not only that, there was a HUGE lack of communication. One of the clarinets in orchestra, who was present at Bark Lake, did not show up to ANY of the rehearsals because it was not clearly specified which rehearsal she was supposed to attend.
Second, who was the retard that suggested that we play team building camp activities? Seriously, I have played these games so many times and also, I have better things to do then being reacquainted to people I know. Things such as sleeping, doing some school work (cause next week is my hell week), or even practicing some more. It was agreed that there was NO free time given, so people were not able to fully prepare for talent night, people were late for rehearsal or meals cause they would have had to run from one end of the campsite to the other. There was no time to chill.
Third, who was the retard that suggested the menu? Yeah, Chinese dinner. Chinese people ONLY eat white rice (what was that brown crap? Potatoes…?). Fish balls are made out of “fish” not 90% flour and 10% chicken. Spring rolls are Vietnamese/Thai/whateverthatgeneralarea and do not contain recycled lettuce from the salad bar. There are NO peppers in vegetable stir fry. Sweet and Sour Sauce is not sweet. Cups were disgusting, not clean at all. Plus I could have sworn they left the ketchup out over night cause it was all brown and warm the next day. Yeah, they complain about how eating in the serving area was prohibited due to health issues, but they wouldn’t have health issues in the first place if everything wasn’t garbage. I had to resort to tea cause the coffee would have shit in it, the milk was probably sitting in the dispenser for days, and juice was watered down kool aid. Also, the only thing they served was pretty much potatoes. French fries, mash potato, potato squares, something made out of potato…I was there last year, so I was expecting it to be this bad anyway.
Now to respond to the comments:
I’m not sure about band camp being awesome…
but I know Bark Lake is awesome!! Sarah went to Bark Lake a couple years ago… I think the same time you went. except she was in a different program…
Bark Lake was good when it comes to team building because that’s what it is geared towards, but for band camp, they could have just shipped us out to a city like New York, make us sit through a concert, rehearse in a much better area (a.k.a auditorium instead of a cafeteria.) I think that was what the majority of the people who went, would have preferred. The huge hassle of having three large ensembles go on a trip could have been dealt with better. Either by shafting the orchestra, or doing a large collaboration between choir, symphonic and orchestra. Now that would be intense.
dood band camp is awesome. its like 4 hrs of practicing thne whatever u want to do for the rest of the day. at least thats how it was for us. u could even skip practice lawl.
Unfortunately, they filled up our “free” time with stupid activities. I mean it just ended up being a complete waste of time for the staff, and for us. Also, since when were there nice dorm buildings where they had a kitchen and a TV in the common room and only a small selection of students were able to stay there? Not saying the dorm I was staying in wasn’t bad, but if there was a better option, then why not give us that rather than stay in a shafted dorms and cabins?
Hope you have as much fun as you can with Miss B and Ms Janes.
It’ll be awesome.
Hey! You totally ditched Ms. Deboer in orchestra. (Don’t know if that’s how you spell her name.) Also, I’m not in choir, so I don’t see Ms. Janes, and I spent the entire time hanging out with Orchestra so I didn’t see Ms. B’s bitchy face either.