Not just dropping, but dropping hard.
To paraphrase 14-year-old Ashley Rosario, quoted in the LA Times article, we’re open to new things as long as they’re not crummy. Stop looking at market research and viewer surveys - you clearly don’t understand them. Or us.
Fucking burned there, I might add.
Today I went to go to see a 16 movie in the cinema. I bought the ticket and then the person that takes the tickets to let you in doesnt because I didnt look 16 >:(
I AM FUCKING 16 YOU BITCH
Then I realised my mam had already gone home, I didnt have my phone to call her and the stupid cinema didnt have a phone either >:(
anyway my friend (14) and I went to see "The Proposal" since it was the only other thing on at the time. It sucked.
Well, lately my parents have been saying this over and over again, as I am 16. They have been laying on extra chores, and generally trying to take me further and further away from my childhood, and they know this upsets me so they try to buy me off with an Alarm Clock, with Radio and CD player, a set of house keys, and the promise of a new phone.
Parents, what jerks. The Alarm/Radio/Clcok thing only cost 20 Euros (not very much for those who don't know the value) and my mum took 10
My bitch for a mother (seriously she is, I'm not exaggerating) had parental controls set up just because I was thirty minutes late getting off the computer last night. It's not my fault I was reading something that was SO important! I also can't help that I'm a slow reader. Not every one can be fast readers like her. She gets on my last nerve.
I am sorry to complain, but I had to get this out...
I can't believe her. I had to "lend" here $200 because she got "broke" when she was in Vagas! MOM< DON"T FUCKING SPENT ALL OF YOU MONEY IN ONE GODDAM NIGHT!!!!