This is more of a musing train of thought than an actual blog -- a way to somehow actually get my thoughts down. So if you don't care that I'm shitty at learning languages, I guess you can skip over this.
Basically, the scenario is this: I need 4 quarters of a foreign language to graduate. In order to move on to the next level, I have to pass each session with a 70% or better. I started this last year with Italian, but almost immediately started having problems. I barely managed
Updated 19th October 2010 at 03:00 PM by Feliciano
So yeah. I had a date today. It went pretty well...he's really nice. Kinda touchy (hands, arms, around my waist, etc., NOT inappropriately), but nice. Except...I've made it excruciatingly clear to him that I want to take things SLOW. So what do I do? I walk him out to his car in the middle of a parking lot when he has to leave, and we're hugging a little, and he asks if it would be too much to ask to kiss me. I said no, but...literally not a minute later something in my head just SNAPPED
A couple days ago I set up an account on an online dating site that was recommended to me by a friend (>.> don't judge...). I'm really surprised at the number of responses I've gotten, but I'm even more surprised that the first thing most of the people who've contacted me have told me is that they think I'm really pretty.
If you've seen the pictures that I put up in the picture thread, know two things about them. One, all but one of those pictures is over four years old.
Updated 4th October 2010 at 09:27 PM by Feliciano
Someone get on AIM or MSN. I need mindless chit-chat.
Okay...so that list of California stereotypes in my last blog was pretty good. So now I'm gonna go a bit broader. What are some stereotypes that come to your mind when I just say "America" or "American?"