Monday, January 31, 2011

Random Question

Okay, so obviously, I don't do the "Question of the Week" thing anymore because I don't have the time anymore, unfortunately (see my earlier post on TOP 10 Reasons why Junior Year is a Killer) so I'll just post a random question whenever I think of one or feel like it, all right? 

Here's mine now: 

Can it still be considered deja vu if you've had an experience once and then you've had it again a second time in almost  exactly the same way? 

Note: This is a revision of my earlier question because I thought the definition of deja vu was  when you had an experience, and then had it again a second time and it felt weird, but ACTUALLY (get this!!) the true definition of deja vu is when you have an experience and think you've had it before, but actually you haven't.   

So yeah, back to my earlier question. Has anyone ever experienced something like that before? 

My not-so-average little brother

Just a little something dedicated to my little brother - who actually makes my days a LOT more interesting. Love ya, lots, lil bro! <3 

Little Brother

8 and adorable

He's taller than the average eight-year-old

His weight coordinates with his height - somewhat 

Anything with wheels and a motor/engine
Playing Wii
Playing with other family members 
Sleeping with Mommy
Telling jokes (I didn't say they were good) 
The songs, "Break your Heart" and "Dynamite" 
Drawing pictures 
Reading (anything, including the backs of cereal boxes) 
Doing Math (ewwwwwwww) 
Shoveling snow with Dad 
Going out 
Watching TV
Cooking with Mommy

Bugs (or anything that has more than four legs and crawl or fly) 
Being bad at something
Cleaning up after himself (he does it eventually . . . he's just lazy) 
Being yelled at (Wow. Really?) 
Being asked to be a model by some lady at the mall* 

All in all, he's just one lovable little round thing. Yes, I think I just made him sound like a newborn pup, but whatev. He's cute. 

*One day he was at the mall with my mom getting a haircut and when he came out of the salon and they were exiting, some lady - or rather, a girl in her mid-twenties - approached my mom and told her that her son is 'so handsome' and would he like to be a model? My mom said no, of course. And then later on I teased my brother and asked him if he wanted to be a model and he was like, "No!" with a pout-face. So yeah. That's the story. I still tease him. Ha. Ha. 

Top 10 Reasons Why Junior Year is a Killer

1. Too much work. 
2. Too much work. 
3. Too much work. 
4. I GOTTA PASS MY SAT's - and by 'pass' I mean get at least a 2100. 
5. College-prep (I have to decide where I want to go for the next four years of my life - also depending where I get accepted . . . yet another source of stress. Oh boy) 
6. I'm MAD . . . in other words, I have Multiple Aptitude Disorder, which is when you think you're good at one thing, but next, you find out you're actually better at something else and it keeps going back and forth and back and forth so you never know which 'something' you're actually good at for real
7. I procrastinate. A LOT. At the same time I'm also a desperately overachieving perfectionist. How can the two be a combo? Well let me tell you: they can't. 
8. I have no idea what I want to do in life - that's a problem, right? 
9. Too much homework from too many difficult subjects - I know it's partially my fault for taking difficult subjects (such as two AP classes and Honors or advanced everything else) but it's also the Collegeboard's fault for asking for students to take hard classes and overwhelm themselves just so those people can sit at desks staring at our resumes and pretend to be interested or impressed, or on the rare 1% chance that they're actually going to be impressed. 
10. It's junior year. Need I say more?    

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

He roasted the baby

Now tell me, would you really trust this type of Dad
on Thanksgiving Day? Yeah, I thought so, too.


Funny Pictures

I deleted my funny pictures page because it just wasn't working out for me. I couldn't add anything without messing up the previous stuff, etc, etc. Just didn't work, okay? Don't hassle me about it. Anyway, here are the pictures from the page. You didn't think I'd delete those pictures, did you? No way. They're too funny. 

The small sentence says: "Are you
surprised we lied about the cookies? 

Poor fellow. He watched too many ads
and decided to try something for himself.
Well, I guess he didn't follow directions
very well, because those ads clearly
say, "Kids, don't try this at home."

The writing says, "You've put on weight."
This is just plain funny. How can stick
people put on weight? 
But apparently it's possible. 

When drawings come alive . . .
what will the world come to?