Hello all. This isn't a Christmas blog because my Christmases are never interesting enough to blog about. It is, rather, me listing my frustrations with obnoxious Japanese fangirls(boys)/self-proclaimed "otakus." There are thousands of them all over the internet, and generally whenever I come across one I usually ignore them.
Now, I know that I have my fair share of obnoxious fangirl moments, but I mean the types of fangirls who seem to think that they know everything about
Okay, so somehow I managed to write a whopping six entries before I grew tired. Lol. Now I'm back at the text editor. What happened in the meantime?
We had an exam week in late November, and I scored pretty well, getting three more 10s (the best grade), two more 9s and a 8 from the courses of the second period. Yay.
6th December is the Finnish Independence Day, so we had the annual commemoration (not maybe the right word for it, but sounds better than "party")
Boxing Day, a holiday which is not recognized in the U.S., is in my opinion a great holiday. I was born in Canada so I have negotiated with my retarded boss to allow me to have Boxing Day off. I now have New Years Eve, New Years Day, Presidents Day, Valentines Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving Day, African American Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas, and every single day of Kwanzaa.
So, why do I like Boxing Day? Well, first of all, I like to have sex with my Kwanzaa. You see,
This contest seemed enjoyable here but why can't there be more? If there is one for Christmas why can't there be one for Valentine's day? Or St.Patrick's Day? Or Independence Day(for your respected country.) Or Earth Day? Or for Pokemon's Anniversary? Or Halloween? Or Easter? Or for the rest of the holidays I didn't mention? And we don't have to compete for actual prizes as well. We can do it for fun! So what do you guys think?
Canada just SLAUGHTERED Latvia in World Junior Hockey. 16-0. And scarily, their goalie was godly. He stopped a lot of goals, but his team was just fucking around, and so he was just decimated. The shots on goal pretty much shows this, 66 from Canada, and only 10 from Latvia.
(I apologize for three blogs in a row in advance; there were just too many awesome things to blog about live (for once) on The Live Wire).