|Current music:||Eve 6 is playing in my head...|
Bonjour! Of course I am in a French mood because I just watched the Real World Paris, which really inspired me, what with the way the incredibly bright, cultured roomates really take full advantage of the fact that they are in such an unbelievably stunning city, faced with the chance to learn a new language, sample the best food in the world, and explore the countryside brimming with culture and stories by...going to McDonalds! Tres chouette!!
PAS! What an unbelievable mess of a show. Not that's going to stop me from watching it every Tuesday. I'm just saying.
So Manchester United played today. I kind of felt slightly...weird? sad? unsettled? about not going, but I think that's just because I hate missing out on such huge events, which I, um, do alot despite my deep, torturous, morose feelings. Hah. Anyway, I don't like watching soccer at all. Not even a little. I love playing it, mind you, but I hate watching it. I actually don't even understand how someone could, TBpefectlyH. Simply not a spectator sport, that. And then there's the whole "Male Soccer" deal. Hermmm...don't kill me, but I think I am going to have to (and I never, EVER, thought I would say this) agree with the notorious D.G. on this: soccer's a girls sport. It just is. Guys playing soccer, it simply doesn't work. It's feminine. Just my point of view. I know, boo! Don't kill me. Male soccer just...doesn't work in my mind. Of course, I don't care if guys play soccer, I mean, do whatever the fuck you want to do, obviously. But it's my humble opinion that it's a girls sport. Well, at least me and DG's humble opinion. Maybe others? CB? (CHIOMA!) Who knows? Anyway. So I conclude. The only reason why I would ever want to go to the Manchester United game besides what I said above is to view the flawless artistry that is David Beckham. But does he play on Manchester United anymore? No, of course he doesn't. Hmmm. So maybe I didn't miss out? Yeah, I know, I am very deep. Tais-toi!! :)
I envy David Beckham's name. Beckham is quite possibly the tightest last name ever. Man, I want to be his kid. And hopefully he'd name me some cool Welsh name like Carys, so then I could have the tightest name in the world. Carys Beckham. That's hot. Real hot. And it would be pretty dang good motivation to get you up in the morning, if the first thing you saw every day was David Beckham, hovering over your face.
Haha. I actually don't even really know that much what he looks like. But he's supposed to be really hot, so I'm like "yeah!", because anyone who has the name David Beckham is automatically hot because that's such a tight name. David Beckham. He could be the ugliest person in the world, but since his name is David Beckham, his looks would be totally negated. Haha. In case you couldn't tell, I have a name fetish. What are you talking about? I'm not weird. If people can have FOOT FETISHES (<----wtf??) then why can't I have a name fetish? Oh, it's not THAT kind of fetish. Hahaha. It just means I like names. More than
Joe average. Or Joe Millionare. Considering he picked someone named Zora to be his mate/winner. Hahahaha. Okay. I am embarassing myself.
Election is frickin hilarious. Disturbing. Nasty. And Hilarious. Holy fuckamole. Have you ever seen it? It's pretty tight. Just very unappetizing.
On another note, I was biking home today from the Swim Meet vs. Wedgiewood (HMMMMM...wonder who won?? Let me give you a hint: we lost) and, using my proper minimum eye lead time, I spotted a figure, a little boy, about 15 seconds ahead of me. He was like a vampire from my memory that I had almost forgotten but didn't he was...yes...Andy Stern! Haha. I wonder if Kid's Biz still has his face as their wallpaper? Or if he's still in those Bon Marche kids catalogues even though he's a freshmen? Anyway. It's a good thing Andy Stern isn't still exactly the same height as he was in 1st grade. Oh wait a minute, he totally is. Haha (yeah, yeah, I pulled a TWoP). His face? Definitely the same. That's okay, at least he can always get discounts at Wild Waves and stuff. All the cool stuff is for kids 10 & under anyway. Like the water play thing. Me and Alice tried to go there last year and it really sucked, because that place is hella tight, but will they let us go there? Of course not. Because why let us go on the cool toys when they could force us to occupy our time by going on the "rollercoasters"? Je suis fache.
Ohhhhh, but of course, now they have the Timberhawk. I have to admit it should be fun to either a) go on it and have it be hella tight /fun or the equally likely b) go on it, have it be the lamest ride ever, and make fun of Wild Waves for builiding it up to be like a Six-Flags rival (C'mon! Come down to Wild Waves! Ride the Timberhawk, Washington's LONGEST ROLLERCOASTER!!! Hahaha, yeah, 'cause being Washington's "longest" rollercoaster is saying soooo much, considering the competition is like the "Wind Storm" at the Seattle Center. Hahahaha. That ride was literally the biggest disapointment I've ever had (I've had a very eventful life, if you can't tell). The only thing that they did right on that ride was having at the top of the ride that picture of a Wind Cloud stormily blowing a bunch of air, because, wow, does that ride certainly blow. Ahaha.
Quote of the day: "I was the first person on this earf, even before those dang dinasours came." Johnny, as No-Mouth.
P.S. My name's not reallllllly Bronagh ;)
Why Bronagh do I go by, you ask? Well, there was a girl named Bronagh on a show I saw once, and I was like, "Dude! You're name!" It's so Irish (or Welsh?), and man, I love Irish/Welsh. Irish/Welsh is tight. You see, I'm 1/8 Welsh/English/Irish, and it's the part of my heritage I hang onto the most. What does that mean anyway? SO, Wanting to get more info on the show, I typed in the name Bronagh, and found the girl, and found her last name is Lawe. Like Jude! He's English/Irish. So yeah, her name's English/Irish. Of course you don't care. Shut up.
:)! Just kidding. I love you. Of course.
Is there an award for longest/randomest/retardedest journal entry ever? If so, I think that I could win it, eh? Hands down. Except for maybe some of the stuff on the Maddox site. Yeah. Okay, I'm seriously going.