-pommeling into someone in a backwards fashion. Ol' Patriot + Broken vending machine + heavy backpack + textbook in arms = you may do the math. I will not give you full details, but I've mentioned it enough times for you all to know that it was not a good moment.
-the kid wearing a homemade kilt... with a leather jacket.
-having lipstick on my chin for who knows how long, and noticing it in the mirror in the hallway, and of course, having to say hello to someone on the way to the bathroom with lipstick on the wrong part of my face.
-my bus driver's misuse of the brake system. go, slam brakes, jerk back. go, slam brakes, jerk back.
i also just have prejudices against her because she left us out waiting in the morning multiple times in one week, and never came or told us why. (really, i just need my drivers license.)
-the girl eating a particularly parmesan-y pasta salad, on the bus. which is a confined space.
-and having to take pictures out in the front while all the middle schoolers are walking home past my house.
-My research paper outlining skills.
-My little bro helping me take pictures for the first time in a while. Because I may or may not have broken the tripod. And because he made me pay him a dollar.
-my dance moves.
-it's actually Friday not Thursday.
(this turned awkward because it's Monday now, not Friday, when I wrote this.)
and I am too...
POST SCRIPT: Not to abuse the good ol' blog or anything, BUT I was a really good procrastinator this time, and have to take a survey for my psychology class. It's really simple. Just answer me this: A) how much money would you be inclined to stop and pick up off the street (ie. 5 cents, $1, $10, so on) and B) How much money would you feel inclined to find the owner of (ie. $20, $50, $100, credit card. etc.) Don't worry, its just for school. No private information will be shared. If you feel like helping out a good ol' professional procrastinator.
THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP! I TURNED IN MY PROJECT, THERE MAY OR MAY NOT HAVE BEEN MADE-UP STATISTICS ON THERE, BUT I DON"T THINK THE STATISTICS WERE AS IMPORTANT AS LEARNING HOW TO DO A SURVEY (which is not a last minute thing.) LESSON LEARNED! or not. THE END