Let's start over, shall we?
Bastard wrote:Hello, All. You might remember me from brief stints of bull shit and absolute nonsense a year or so ago. If not, you're probably better off that way. I'm just going to type some shit off the top of my head, sound good? I think it would make a good opening post for this crappy thread no? I'm thirsty, but that's of no importance. I'm kinda surprised my account was deleted due to inactivity, but whatever, I'm not complaining. Failing most of my sophmore classes, which is probably obvious seeing as I misspelt sophmore. Twice.
It's spelled sophomore, if the spell check didn't tell you that. Go ahead and pick up the hobby of reading, it helps with vocabulary pretty well.
Bastard wrote:So the other day, I was sitting in my room on my broken crappy ass futon, when the goddamn metal frame broke. So now, whenever I roll over on my bed, these metal bars fly up and hit either my dog, or me in the face.
Talk to your parents about it, or do what I do when something breaks in my house: fix it.
If you describe the specific issue, or maybe even post a picture of it, I'd be able to give you advice.
Bastard wrote:I swam for my high school. It was fun.
Keep doing that. Swimming is one of the best sports period. It pratically works out your entire body, and it'll help you build up skills with motivation and willpower.
Bastard wrote:A senior girl messed around with me and decided to kiss me, and I never rally see her around campus, so I'm not sure what the hell is going on with that.
She thinks you're cute, or she's just messing with you. Ignore her, but if she makes more advances, maybe give it a try and ask her out.
Clever. I know.
Don't do this. Ever again.
Oh, and on the subject of literature, go ahead and look for the book Twisted, by Laurie Halsie Anderson. I read it when I was around your age, and in all honesty, it's an incredible book that I feel you'd like.
EDIT: About the swimming thing, I am dead serious. It's an amazing sport, and to tell you the truth, I swam for all of high school, which helped me greatly.