Saturday, May 26, 2012 6:01:00 AM
whilst i was out walking the dog, i bumped into a friend who was upset and is smiling now
You really should save golden moments like that for tweeting to your army of fans on Twitter; those are the type of insights into your rare and interesting life that they no doubt live for.
Have you heard the concept that self praise is no honour, at all? So far, all I've seen in this thread are people wilfully confusing the separate concepts of being an actual big star that is widely admired and looked up to with doing fairly normative things like making one friend smile at a time (not a stranger, not a sick child, not a starving African migrant, but *your friend* FFS), and others deluded enough to think that merely being an ambulance chaser means the world looks up to you as "a giant". There`s a reason you`re having to tell me yourselves how great you apparently are: you`re the only ones that believe it.
Saturday, May 26, 2012 3:12:46 AM
I was never real popular in school. I had my small circle of friends and that was pretty much it. I've had so many people get in contact after high school and say that they wished they`d taken more of an effort to be my friend, as I am such a nice person. I think everyone in high school is so obsessed with finding themselves that it`s easy for some of us to get lost. tl:dr version? High school sucks. Man am I leaving loads of comments tonight. Hi everyone.
Saturday, May 26, 2012 2:02:01 AM
My biggest achievement in highschool was me dropping all those people who talked poo about everyone else. aka popular folk and hanging out with the artsy fartsy crowd. I enjoy people who have real things to talk about. some may have smelled and still talked poo about the "popular population" but It was actually just. Those are when times started getting interesting :)