Keep Telling Yourself That “I’m A Diva”

[There’s A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven’t Thought Of It Yet – Panic! At The Disco]

Day 2 – Your crush

Dear XXXXX (Oh haha you thought I would write it out),

Actually, to be honest, I don’t think you’re really my crush anymore, though that’s not to say if you had a change of heart, I wouldn’t immediately jump at the chance. Call me shallow, but I do think you’re way too good looking for me to say ‘no’ to you.

The fun part is, I’m now your friend. I mean, I liked you since I met you, but when that didn’t work out I found myself entering friend-dom. Some other people might say “Well now you’re screwed; once you’re a friend you’re not going anywhere” (the whole Ladder Rule right?) but I still like to keep some faith that I can get off the Friend ladder – not in this instance, perhaps, but for future laddering activities.

I like being your friend, to be honest. I have yet to see the negatives in you that I’ve been told about, but that’s probably because I haven’t known you for that long. Either way, whether I do see those negatives or not, I don’t mind being your friend and not anything more. I suppose, that in itself is indicative that you’re not really my crush anymore. But if I didn’t write about/to you, I wouldn’t have anything to fill today with. So.

Anyway, there you go. I have on purposely not included any hints at who you might be, just because I figured it might make things awkward if you figure out I’m talking about you.


Excitement to the Maxxx

The Glen Waverley line was “suspended until further notice” today because there was an accident somewhere at Glen Iris. So we (BRuCE, Fel and Nat) took a much more cooler route.

We took the Blackburn, disembarking at Camberwell to take the Alamein and got off at Ashburton where we took a bus to Glen Waverley.

That meant nothing to anyone, did it.

When we were at Ashburton, we were waiting for a bus to come. I took out my Jila mints from my jacket pocket, only to have 4 of them spill out onto the ground. Needless to say I was traumatized.

Nat picked one up, and after lengthy discussion, decided not to eat it, and threw it out onto the road.

We tracked the little white mint, rolling away.

And then it started rolling back towards us, being on a slant.

At the nearby lights, the traffic started coming closer.

“It’s gonna crush the mint!”

We watched as the cars came even closer.

We watched as the mint rolled steadily towards the gutter.

The car was 10 meters away.

The mint is going to be crushed.

It’s coming.

It’s coming (oh shut up)…!



We all shouted in disappointment.

Carmaine shook her head a little, and told me I can blog about this, it being such an exciting event.

So I did.