And it involves laser tag.
Basically, a male friend of mine asked me, a female, if I wanted to go to this laser tag place as I had never played before. Of course I said yes, and of course this was noticed by another friend of mine and then the awkward began. "So, you and him have a thing now, right?"
A stupid predicament, yes. Being a teenager sucks. Being a little kid sucked a bit, too. And being an adult is going to suck. It is a cycle of suck. Woohoo.
They said the launch party is gonna be on 10/7 from 11-2 ish. I'll pick up my game then. Anybody else in the NYC area planning to go?
I'm so excited! Fhfdfdjjgvtdnhjtvdhhjvdhhjvgftdhjjgvtjnggjnfrnjgjngnjghugthurgu
Have you ever:
1) Self harmed?
Not on purpose. Does being clumsy and falling over a lot count?
2) Got into a real fight?
Yep! Sometimes my best friend Cole and I do it for fun!
3) Been too depressed to move out of your bed?
Nope. I don't have any video games near my bed.
4) Tried to commit suicide?
Naw. Death eliminates so many options, know?
5) Had to lie to EVERYONE about how you felt?
I'm not saying it's any good - I'll let others be the judge of that. But if anyone feels like reading it, well it's there...
I don't know if anyone remembers or not (I won't be offended if you don't, LOL), but I've previously said that the people at my college are incredibly friendly. Like, as a whole, the faculty and students are almost abnormally polite and nice.
Well, I get people who try to talk to me, and I don't know what to do about it. Like, it's sweet that some people actually genuinely seem to want me to speak up more, but I'm just so bad at that sort of thing. XD
I'm kind of the