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Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—/ I took the one less traveled by, / And that has made all the difference.
- Robert Frost
[[Skip to the end for the only good part of the story]]
So, one time I went to camp. It was a week long church camp that I got to go on for free because my parents were *poor. YAY! I wasn’t the only person there from my church and I knew at least two or three other girls.
When we arrived at the camp they let us all choose which bunk we would be staying at. I was the last out of our group to sign up and I hated all the pressure that they were giving me to sign up in their bunk so I thought I’d be courageous and sign up in a totally different bunk with totally different people.
The trip was… ok. I didn’t mind at fucking all being away from my parents. I loved the fact that they didn’t really care what we were doing so I was able to sneak away and get lost in the woods. I didn’t even mind the food. I just kept kicking myself for not getting in the bunk with the rest of those whores from my church. They kept getting in trouble for random shit and they were always taking up the fun activities like painting rocks or whatever you do at camp.
I seriously did nothing but sneak away to run around in the woods or take showers when no one was there to watch me. Bunch of **weirdo’s.
The bunk I was in was full of cry baby, homesick, CAN I GETA AYE-A-MEN-A! girls. I hated it.
So no, Robert Frost; Sometimes the road less traveled isn’t all that great.
*My parents weren’t poor, they just spent all their money on booze and probably drugs.
**I was a weird little kid, but most little kids are.
[[side note, it’s not a camping trip if I don’t pee my pants at least once. Jusssayin]]
So, one time when I was living with my father, he tried to take my computer privileges away from me.
But he didn’t do it in a mature way by talking to me or telling me WHY I was being punished.
Instead he thought he’d be clever and just take away the mouse to the computer.
I, being a 15 year old girl who pretty much lived on the internet, found a way around his punishment by navigating around the computer/internet using the TAB key on my keyboard.
To this day, I still remember how I did that and it makes me happy knowing that by the age of 15 I was smarter than my father.
- Roomie: Omg, have you seen the new Degrassi?!?!?!?!
- Me: NOT YET GODDAMNIT! I'm still at work. DON'T SAY A THING! NOT A FINGA!
- Roomie: OMFG!!! You're not gonna believe what happens. Text me after you watch it.
- Me: I'm hyperventilating... if these two hours don't hurry the fuck up, I'm going to kill myself.
- Roomie: SHIT SON!!!
I walk inside the starbucks by my work and they already start making my drink.
I get the same thing every time;
- Easy on the ice
They know me by name and the tards that come in with me.
[[I’m usually escorted by Bennita, Jon, Aaron, or Shasta.]]
Today Taryn asked me where my entourage was, and I explained that I was the only one that works on Sunday.
Once, I went in to buy my usual vanilla bean scone for 75 cents and they gave me 4 for the price of one.
I love you starbucks peeps.
[[Central and Earl Starbucks, PHX AZ]]
- Me: Here, feel this cat. ISN'T HE THE SOFTEST CAT IN THE WORLD!
- M: Yeah, he's pretty soft.
- Me: BUT HE'S THE SOFTEST MEW MEW CAT CAT!
- M: ...
- Me: Isn't he the most softest cat you've ever hugged?
- M: I mean, all cats are soft...
- Me: [[takes cat away]] DON'T TOUCH MY CAT ANYMORE.