I'm bored, so I'll put a commentary of whatever
by, 31st October 2010 at 07:39 AM (234 Views)
^ Just felt like putting that.
Got back from Washington D.C. at 11:00 on Friday. By that time, everyone on Bus 3 was slaphappy. Only part I didn't like was that Will didn't come.
But it was a ton of fun anyway. We saw all the sights. And that was the only part that my friend Cheyenne came to see.
She even told me, and our other two roommates that "I only came to see the pretty sights. I didn't come to learn anything!"
To which I replied "Then you shoulda came on your own and not with a fucking school!"
Both of us were pissed at eachother because at Union Station, where we ate dinner, Cheyenne wandered off and no-one had any idea where she was. Well, except her and the friend she was with.
I actually had to call her on her cell, (using my mom's cell) to tell her that she needed to hury, or miss the bus.
I thought something bad had happened to her, so when she got up to the bus, I started freaking out. "Where the Hell were you?", that sorta stuff.
And she went off on me!
"I knew exactly where I was! I was with a friend! We had track of time! I don't need a babysitter, Reanna!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Now that really hurt. Not only was she reaming me for caring about her, she'd never called me by my full name before; since she knew I hated it.
So I said: "Well, when you get raped or worse, we all know whose fault it is, 'cause you obviously don't give a damn!!!!"
So she just started screaming that I was a stupid bitch who didn't know anything about her, or about anything at all (She used a bunch of swear words, all the ones I knew, and some more I didn't); so I started crying harder.
Amazingly, Kaitlyn, who usually stays quiet, jumped to my defense.
"Cheyenne knock it off. You obviously do need a babysitter, 'cause you were almost a whole hour late and didn't even do what you needed to when you were down there.
Rea has been scared out of her wits for your saftey this whole time, and you yell at her for it!"
After that, we were herded onto the bus and we left. (Thankfully, no adults were around to hear all the afore-mentioned swearing)
So I was crying, Kaitlyn was trying to comfort me from across the aisle, and Cheyeen, who had been assigned to sit next to me on the 1st day, gave me a look like "What is your problem?"
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