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I would like to think that he grew up (he was in his mid 20's and I was in my early 20's) and stopped doing stuff like that, but I seriously doubt it. Especially considering that his acting skills kept getting better and better. :-/

Not cool, in the slightest.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Oh boo, you did get nommed. Mosquitoes are just evil. They really like how I taste, too - I once wound up with a full on vest of mosquito bites all over my torso. Solidarity. Oh, and I love this:

When he left the rice as he usually does, I told him the rooster was looking for food, so he ate most of that, too. Curse the lack of roosters in the US!
Originally Posted by Saria
My youngest cousin could've really used some roosters in his life at that age. He's totally set in his ridiculously picky ways.

Aw, Specks, I'm sorry. Is she the kind of person that would react badly to being asked straight out why she's mad?

Ugh, brain, stop turning any negative interaction into a reason to hate on yourself like crazy. It. Does. Not. Matter. You didn't do anything wrong, it was a misunderstanding, and it is seriously okay if they don't realize it was, you do not need to go apologize, it is not that deep.

My brother and I talked for hours tonight. We talked about his internship in DC (from which he came home and told our dad he now knew how to become the 1% - connections - which, duh, lol), the HG series which he hasn't finished yet, etc. We talked about our different approaches to leadership and why we do things. He told me that he kept seeing people in DC less smart and qualified than me who were in awesome positions and that if I applied to top law schools, I would get in, and then I could become really influential and maybe write the president's speeches. He really wants me to go to an Ivy League law school. He was like, "All you need to do is take the LSAT, and you kill on standardized tests!" This was really sweet of him and definitely didn't hurt to hear, though I did have to mention that if I did that...I would have to, like, be in law school, lol. It was also rather odd - we sent him off to DC and he came back all "WS go to law school instant power it's a brilliant plan!" Endorsement of my global coup, Y/Y?

It only got annoying when our conversation led to Nice Guyism somehow. He started insisting that "she's a ***** because she didn't want me" reactions to rejection are far more common in girls because they have to invest so much more if they're asking a guy out, and furthermore that it's "extremely rare" for guys to react this way because "they get rejected so much more." I forget what I said to this, but it wasn't even anything pertaining to social justice or male privilege yet, I think I was just making another comment about the dickishness of Nice Guys, and yet something about my wording made him try to shut me down with the following: "You're coming from a jaded feminist perspective."
...

What.

Boy, will it be something when he finds out how I really am. I'mma need us to not be anywhere near each other when it happens.
OMG, LOOK!!

...It's a siggie.
Fried salad? Hm.. only in America! They do have great service over there but it annoys me that they all expect a tip. I only tip if someone goes above and beyond. Otherwise they’re just doing their job like everyone else.
I have been to Hawaii and thought it was beautiful but I'd love to go back and do some adventuring now my taste buds have matured.
One, the salad in question is fried brussels sprouts, which a whole lot of fine dining establishments do because fried brussels sprouts are delicious. I was doing them about four years ago, so this isn't some new thing. I guarantee there are chefs in Australia and the UK doing them.
Two, DIAF.
I see someone conveniently ignored all talk of her blog.

My left foot alone was just a series of bumps from mosquitoes.
Thankfully I at least got to sleep under mosquito nets at the two other places I slept. It was the house we mostly stayed at where they don't keep mosquito nets for some reason.
I saw the legs of one of the many kids there and was reminded of how awful my scab-eaten legs were as a kid. It took moving to the US for the scars to eventually fade.

Wait, lawyer? I mean, obviously he sees your world domination potential, and of course you're brilliant, but why does he equate that to becoming a lawyer?
He just couldn't have a talk with you without ruining it at the end, eh?
I think this is a poor book cover:



The onions and tomatoes have pitiful grill marks, and it's quite obvious they're raw and only there for the purpose of food styling.

This person and I clearly need to hang out:

What makes me happy…watching episodes of Agatha Christie's Poirot (with David Suchet), while drinking a cup of Twining's Earl Grey tea and cuddling a selection of my four cats while it’s stormy outside xxx


Dear god, what is that?! I want one. I think I came.
Originally Posted by kayb

a jesse pinkman?
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lack of roosters in the US!

Aw, Specks, I'm sorry. Is she the kind of person that would react badly to being asked straight out why she's mad?
Originally Posted by wild_sasparilla
Not really but I don't want to open a can of worms. If she says something and I really did offend her then I will apologize and move on. If she says nothing? I'm just letting this go. I can't do anything if I don't know what happened.
So much love:
STFU, Conservatives

Another thing about my trip is that I discovered that Knot Today is amazing and works great on my hair. I read so much of people not liking it that much and complaining that it wasn't moisturizing enough. Uh, no, this stuff is amazing. I've had great hair since I've been using it. I also don't use that much. It has great slip and just soaks into my hair so well! I've washed my hair at least six times and I still have plenty of Knot Today even though it's a tiny 8-oz bottle that my hair would normally laugh at. I have a bunch of Curl Junkie waiting for me in Boston, but I'm very likely going to stick with Knot Today from now on. I just need to find bigger tubs of it.
I'm more than a little amused and confused that RCC and I can use the same products with great results with hair on opposite ends of the porosity spectrum.
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OMG! OMG! OMG!

I got a 98 on my exam! And our prof. regraded a test on a curve so I got 100% on that. The whole class had failed it and I had made the highest grade 68%. Yes! That secures my A in that class.

Who was nervous? Not me.
I love the way knot today and kinky curly curling custard work together.

Right now I'm only using the gel, and man my hair is looking fab! I need to get some more knot today so my hair can look awesome again
Turtles: omg please don't put that in your moo moo

Nej: too late... moo moo has been infiltrated.
I've had just consistently tight, frizz-free curls every time I've used it. I'm only sorry I didn't try it from the get-go.
I think it being marketed as a detangler rather than leave-in along with so many people saying they only use KCCC kept me from considering it.
OMG! OMG! OMG!

I got a 98 on my exam! And our prof. regraded a test on a curve so I got 100% on that. The whole class had failed it and I had made the highest grade 68%. Yes! That secures my A in that class.

Who was nervous? Not me.
Originally Posted by Speckla
Congrats!

I took a test once where I got a 41%, which curved to an A+, since the class average was a 25%. That class was really crazy.

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I got a 98 on my exam! And our prof. regraded a test on a curve so I got 100% on that.
Originally Posted by Speckla
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With the passage of time I have NOT become less irritated with these ridiculous ads/links that make the page jump around when they pop on. Yes, I can hide them but I have to hide them every single time I log onto NC. It irks me and will continue to irk me.
Originally Posted by jeepcurlygurl
We can hide them??????? HOW???????????????????
Erm, I totally didn't get frustrated with Netflix and basically fling the blog post I planned to do away from my brain. Because this would be counter to my goals, and I never do anything like that. *shifty eyes*

Wait, lawyer? I mean, obviously he sees your world domination potential, and of course you're brilliant, but why does he equate that to becoming a lawyer?
He just couldn't have a talk with you without ruining it at the end, eh?
Originally Posted by Saria
IDEK - I mean, I'm used to random people hearing my major and thinking lawyer or teacher, but hearing it from someone who grew up with me is just weird. I think he sees law school, at least in my case, as a credential to get - like, the end result is not WS = lawyer, it's WS = impressive to snobs. Just go away for three years, and then you'll have this piece of paper that makes everyone want to give you a job! It's foolproof! Except for, like, the money thing and the law school isn't instant power thing and the law school is for making lawyers thing. His heart is in the right place, though. I humored him and told him I have plenty of time to think about it since the application period for the majority of grad schools just ended.

And yeah, it seems to be a contractual obligation for him to be remarkably sweet/cool/mature and then slam on the brakes and remind me he has absorbed some majorly messed up messages. He's quite the willing sponge, too, and is, I just found out via our talk, very attached to a hyper-masculine jock image. Nothing inherently wrong with that, just does explain why he'd be so very attached to his unquestioned privilege. Since going to college and apparently being around mostly nerds, who commented on his muscles when he got there and alerted him to the fact that compared to normal people and not his high school baseball team he does indeed have them, he's been really into working out and keeping his rep for being "jacked." I had been wondering about his frequent desire to go to the gym, lol. He totally got our dad healthy by begging him to go before he got his license.

It's weird to me that my brother regards the word "nerd" as a mild pejorative. And is legitimately a jock. It's like, how can we be so similar and yet so extremely different at the same time? Also, I should never, ever introduce him to a very good friend of mine who shares his birth name because my brother would judge the HELL out of my friend.

what i'm not still awake from last night at nearly 9 am shut up oh god what am i doing to my brain cells they're going to start coming out my ears soon i just know it

Man, I am having a serious sleeplessness bender. I think it was a bad idea to not schedule another therapy appointment right after my last one. IDK what it is I need to talk about but something must really be bothering me because I've been backsliding a bit. Like how I didn't accomplish my daily goal today or yesterday, which was laundry, which is hard to make myself do at the best of times so maybe not the best of daily goals to set when I knew I was slipping. Weeks like this are what you-can-do-things-really goals like "change toothbrush" are for.

The new year is going to be 2013. This is beautiful to me. I must do at least some tiny little something special on the 13th of January. Thirteenth day of the thirteenth year of the century? Hell yeah!
OMG, LOOK!!

...It's a siggie.
An acquaintance I have on FB posted this earlier today:



I... I... I'm at a loss for words...
- Seek first to understand, then to be understood.
- Character is how you treat those who can do nothing for you.
An acquaintance I have on FB posted this earlier today:



I... I... I'm at a loss for words...
Originally Posted by Rubber Biscuit
I'm no feminist, but ...but...really?
No MAS.

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