07 January 2006

I just paid $3.95 to connect to the internet

Sitting at the mall on the internet is an interesting experience. I don't think I was made for malls. I wish I was but I'm not. I see a movie like mallrats and I think, dang, that could be me man, I could hang out in a mall all day, but really I can't. There are too many godamn teenagers and babies. I don't care for either. I'm getting grumpy and I want to punch things. I won't though, for now I will just drink a ton of espresso and try to work of that ton of sleeping I did yesterday and last night. "Who falls asleep durring Star Wars: A New Hope?" You might be asking. Well, thats me. Geesh, it's not like I've never seen it before. I want bigger hair, is that weird? Is it even possible? Who knows.


  1. Anonymous4:22 PM

    Well first off I would just like to say that all teenagers are not the rude, akward, extremely talkative mallrats that most adults make them out to be. I should know because I'm seventeen and I'm not any of the above. (I'm more of the quiet, "don't like crowds", always respectful- even when it kills me- kind of person. And I'd rather go to a friend's house and hang out than go to the mall.)
    Secondly, it's not weird at all that you want bigger hair, it's just unique. For some (those with the right face/head size) big hair is comming back into style, while for others, it will never be a style again. Follow your heart and get several opinions from friends and haridressers about what they think would look good on you.
    Thirdly, I believe that everyone has fallen asleep in the middle of a Star Wars movie, any one. And the fact that you've been able to sit through one before makes you way better than me!

  2. okay, camille. being grumpy+not liking babies+wanting to punch something means you are cut off from soren! that is, if you were ever to venture this way and see her, or me for that matter!
    btw, i think you'd look awesome with big hair!


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