Thievery!

Disclaimer: This post is from the archives, and may not represent the current views of the author. It also may not be at all interesting to read. Continue at your own peril!

I’m not sure what to write about yet again. I’m mentally reviewing the day in my mind to look for highlights. Well, let me give you a general run-down of the day, and when I do that, I’ll decide how much to expand on each point.

To start off, I went to bed at 10:00 PM last night. I woke up this morning, and still felt just as tired as when I went to sleep. I faintly remember waking up somewhere around 2:30 AM, but I’m not sure if that was this morning or some other morning recently. Anyway, the morning was fairly uneventful. I got to school and had a regular ol’ Law class. Next up was swimming in Phys. Ed. class, where I once again sat up on the balcony and read Tom Clancy’s Op-Center. I’m almost done the book already; I must confess that it’s not his best work, but it’s still pretty intriguing nonetheless. I prefer his books about the Cold War and Russia, though, rather than North and South Korea. Or there’s always his Net Force series, where it’s in the future, and they have to deal with cyber-terrorists on the virtual reality internet as well as in real life.

Anyways, after swimming, we came back to the school and had lunch, during which Meagan played random hymns on the piano and Zac and I sang them in our deep, bassy voices. Well, I had a deep, bassy voice anyway; his was more of a squeal. After getting bored of that and largely ignoring the piano playing from Meagan, I got out my cookies to enjoy the delicious taste of chocolate fudge Viva Puffs. Much to my horror, though, as soon as I opened up my cookie container, Melissa reached in her chubby little hand and stole a Viva Puff, quickly gobbling it up and shoving it into her fat face. (If you’re wondering why I’m insulting her, it’s because she did just that: stole my Viva Puffs.) I was angry, but people have done that sort of thing to me before, so I just guarded the remaining ones with my hand and that was that. Or so I thought.

Next thing I know, the devious Melissa took a banana out of her lunch and attempted to open it, but she tore off the stem part without opening up the rest of the peel. She acted all disappointed and asked me to open it for her. Being the nice guy I am, I took it and was opening it for her. Unfortunately, it takes both hands to open a banana. Before I even knew what was happening, she had grabbed the other one of my precious Viva Puffs and was holding it in her grubby little hands. I literally dropped the banana and half-lunged across the table (since we were sitting on a corner, a 90-degree angle from each other) to grab it back. She leaned back before I could grab it and shoved the entire thing into her mouth. The greedy little girl didn’t even let me have one of my own Viva Puffs. I was mad. I had been looking forward all day to eating those cookies, and she stole not one, but both from me. The devious female took all hope I had left from me. So you know what I did? When I got home today, I ate like four of them just to spite her. She also owes me a whole box of them. I’ll also be more careful in the future to guard those cookies from any other potential theives.

After lunch, Biology was next up. I don’t remember much about that class. I never do. I completely zone out and miss everything. Oh well. After that was an exciting World Religions class where we took up questions. Hip hip hooray. That’s pretty much the entire day. As you can see, the highlight of the day was (as usual) lunch time. It’s the only time when you can really do anything destructive or just generally stupid. After school I usually run out to catch the bus, so there’s no time to kill or maim people. It’s a shame, really. Well, I suppose I could always kill and maim people on the bus, but it’s just not as fun. It’s better when you know the people. But anyways, since I don’t feel like making a new paragraph, I’ll just end this one off here. Au revoir.

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