Good one. I take it someone reblogged the original post with the typo and if you followed the source link, you would of seen the corrected image. So you must just be thinking you’re clever. I’ll leave you do to that and maybe you can take photos of yourself flexing while you’re at it.
I could recommend many my friend. I just don't post about them all. If you ever need some reading inspiration, I'm always here!
You should definitely get a copy of Kevin though, sooo good.
What do you like to read? If anything in particular at all..?
I have a big list of books to read, when that’s gone, I’ll ask you for some.
I’m really bad at defining what I like, especially with books but I read a lot of different stuff, be it crime, horror or what have you. So yeah, anything really.
That's fair enough actually.
The reason why I go to a public school is because I would be in trouble for objecting to their religious views.
The one detention I have ever been given was because of religion. I was in English and we'd gotten onto the topic of fate and that quickly turned to religion and one girl told a story about this guy who was sick and once he got better he went to church, then when he stopped going he was hit by a car. He recovered from that incident and returned to church he has been has not had another accident.
My class had taken the 'It must a a miracle from God.' stance.
And I had held my tongue until that but I simply said how it's stupid them to think that God (and I went back on myself and repeated God with inverted commas which, in hindsight, probably wasn't my best move) is this almighty being when that story actually shows he's punishing someone for not going to church. Yeah, he sounds like a real top bloke.
Then when I was in detention my English teacher asked if I'd learnt anything and I said "Yes, I've learnt that if Jesus were real and he loved me I wouldn't be here right now."
That was a good day.
Religion is ultimately why I decided to leave the private schools. At my first one, the science teachers weren’t allowed to teach evolution. A fundamental scientific theory. And none of the teachers were allowed to say certain words such as gay, abortion or any of that. If a student said any of the forbidden words in class they were to be ignored which to me is mind blowingly stupid.
I was suspended a few times, once was on my birthday which was pretty annoying because I wanted to spend it with my friends and I was positive that I was falsely accused but they still suspended me for the day. A few days later the teacher who did it said ‘we looked into it, turns out you weren’t meant to be suspended’ (paraphrased) and nothing else. You can see why I’m bitter about schools in general.
I argued with the teachers a lot. Mostly about religion as two of the schools were private. One Lutheran and the other Idon’tevenknow. Arguing about those things would get me detention, I’d refuse to go a lot of the time because I’m stubborn and was really angsty back then. Not wearing my hat was a big thing. Improper uniform.
Basically I disagreed with most of what they were trying to get me to do. It started from the get go in grade eight when a teacher said ‘keep your goals in life realistic, you’re never going be an astronaut’ which made me think ‘fuck you, I’ll be an astronaut if I damn well please’.
Well, I went to three and I wouldn’t say I was very popular at any. A lot of people knew who I was but that’s just because they heard of something I did or how I got in trouble. But not many people really cared. Which is how I liked it. I usually had at least one solid friend and hung out in a group with them but if they weren’t there I’d rather sit alone. I was the kid that people say ‘what happened to him anyway?’ and at first two high schools they’res still a bunch of rumours floating around even though the year I was in has graduation.
I’m not a very social person so being popular wasn’t on the top of my to-do list.
You're normally the first person to comment on everyone elses' typos. Don't get so butthurt.
I comment on other peoples typos to inform them of the typo, so they can change it. Because I realize that typos are a mistake. They tend to get sore bottoms from that and as soon as I make one, get all OHOHO YOU MADE A MISTAKE YOU SUCK. Which is uncalled for and plain spiteful.
It’s also very unoriginal when 10 people make the same joke, at the same time. And as for me being ”butthurt”, I’m really not. Defending a mistake isn’t being “butthurt”
I couldn’t sleep last night so decided to spend hours practicing Python coding then went straight to sleep. I woke up and all I could think of was the code and the commands. I was having trouble figuring out how to get out of bed then I realized I didn’t need to use code because this is real life.