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Awesome thing #1: I'm clean in the sense of not carrying any potentially health threatening STDs. I was 99% sure I would be anyway, but better safe than sorry. Now that I know I haven't got HIV, I can rejoice and relax only to keep going with my previous reckless sexual habits, apparently in the hopes of actually contracting the disease next time I go in for a check-up.

Awesome thing #2: I was driving home from the doctor's and someone threw a Molotov cocktail at my truck. No. Really. I don't know who or why, but I'm reasonably sure I'm the only person who could get a Molotov cocktail thrown at him in the fucking suburbs. I almost died -- or at least, almost got injured -- and it was extremely cool.

Awesome thing #3: I'm clean in the sense of being actually, physically not dirty. Anymore. Finally. It had been three full days since I last showered and today I finally got to a take a piping-hot two-hour bath with little soaps I'm pretty sure no self-respecting heterosexual man should ever touch, let alone actually use. (This is why you should sun gay people, kids. They will, slowly but surely, turn you gay. I think I've got about two weeks left of finding boobies even remotely arousing.)

Awesome thing #4: Guess who's in charge of your prom, bitches. Guess.

Katou, where the hell are you?

I don't know if there's something really wrong or if he's just trying to get out of this, but either way, I'm going to find out.

And if it's the latter, I'm going to pissed off.

It seems like I spend most of my time worried about someone else or doing something for someone else. I guess that means I'm growing up.



Teleporting elevators.

Teleporting fucking elevators.
This morning, I had a white dog.

Now I have a green dog.

The dog doesn't seem to care either way. One of the nice things about being a dog, I guess.

Of course, I'm still going to try and get it out. I don't know whether or not dye can do any damage to dogs, but better safe than sorry.
My first month teaching has been enlightening. But not in the fun way. Karma's a bitch.

I think I need to get really, really drunk.


Funny. I don't remember the teacher's lounge having a door that swings forward and hits you when you open it.

Feb. 2nd, 2007

Today's Important History Lesson.

Hi, kids! I'm student-teaching for Sesshoumaru. He's the student, and I'm teaching him how to... teach. Because he's made it soundly evident he doesn't know, if you ask me.

I'm sure some of you remember me from when I used to go here. Two years ago. Or at least, you fucking better.

Now. Onto your first History lesson:

The Nazis were an oppressive, discriminatory facist dictatorship who made stupid rules like "Don't be Jewish" and "Don't smoke in class." Who else does that sound like? Think carefully, children.