bikes are so beautiful. i can hardly wait to learn how to ride, but i’m saving that for next summer. until then, i’ll stay a pedestrian. or a passenger
had i learned when i was younger, i’d be biking my way around town
-my own refrigerator (i can post my favorite things!)
-my own car (hello dolly! or whatever it is i’ll call you)
-my own set of cups and (square) plates
here’s a bit:
i care a lot about words and what people say and how people say them. i think anything someone says is of importance. i mean, why would you waste your energy and time saying things that doesn’t have any meaning to you?
with that being said, i’m easily offended by misused words- or serious words being used in daily conversation. i don’t like it when “gay” is used to mean “lame”. i don’t like it when the word “rape” is used in every single sentence about how hard a test was or how badly a person beat a game. i don’t like when people throw around the n-word. i don’t like it when “retarded” is used out of context. and i can’t stand when people call each other “bitches” and “assholes” without knowing the person.
i’ve admitted before that i can lose respect for people at the drop of a hat. and this would be one of those things that’d make that happen