I can honestly say the first week of school crawled by oh so slowly. The weekend, however, passed by like a rocketship to Pigfarts. Nothing interesting happened, and so that is why the only possible highlight of my week is Mark Reads The Hunger Games. Best thing ever, since Alex Reads Twilight. Mark has this awesome way with words so I finished all 27 chapters of his reviews on The Hunger Games in about two days, and I’m now on Mark Reads Catching Fire. His reviews seem really comical and all, but I swear Mark, when you read Mockingjay, you will bawl your eyes out like I did. Nevertheless, I am curious as to how he will be reviewing Mockingjay.
Mark Reads Twilight should also be equally brilliant as I am sure there will be lots of dissing here and there, which is exactly the point of reviewing a book such as Shitelight, I mean, Twilight.
Something really awkward and unexpected happened in school today, and if you’re from my school you should know what I’m talking about. I’m just saying, putting revealing photos of yourself on the Internet is about the worst and stupidest way to try and garner attention. What exactly is the purpose of your action? I’m in no way to criticise or talk bad about someone, but I’m just saying, it was a really, really foolish and childish thing to do.
What I’m about to write is probably going to be laughable, but for some reason, my doubts of the world ending in a year’s time is starting to fade. And no it’s not because I’m trying to sound depressed and all “Hurray the world is ending it’s a cause to celebrate!” I mean, look at the news! Floods in Brazil, Queensland and South Africa; soon we’ll be living on water. Or worse, we won’t be living at all.
Okay just kidding I don’t mean to sound morbid.
But if it really comes to that there’s actually so much to do in just two years’ time. So you will excuse me if I act too impulsive sometimes, because it seems like we are running out of time and I don’t want to wait for JT and Madonna to start singing 4 Minutes before I do all the things I want to do before I die.
Just a thought.