Today. I had a test in Pre-Calc.
Unfortunately, my dear smart father is out of town. So I couldn't study. And I was scared. I thought I understood it, until I looked at the key for our review and all my answers were
Shock hit my body just like a car on car collision. Hard. I was worried for my dear life and grade! I ran into my parent's room and whined and complained about how hard my life is going to be if I don't do well on this test. My mom. Being the angel that she is, told me I could skip third period. AKA Pre-Calc. And then study with my dad tonight on Skype.
Do I love my mother?
Why yes. Yes I do.
I don't usually ditch.
Or "sluff". Sluff is what us darn Utahans call it.
Actually I don't even think this should count as a sluff. Because well, my mom excused it. But let's say I do sluff. This is what my experience usually is.
Sure. I'll act cool. But we all really know the truth.
I think I'm a rebel and all but I'm not.
I wouldn't say that I have a tendency to live on the edge or disregard authority. And I'm not usually in that much trouble.
Ps. In the picture it may look like my butt is oddly shaped. But really, that's just my phone. I promise.
I can't really do bad things. I must be an angel from heaven or something.
I try. Well, not necessarily try. And it is clearly impossible for me to do anything wrong.
Several ways I'm the opposite of a rebel.
1. I have too many fears. Good heavens. First let's start out with my biggest and most gut wrenching fear.
Needles. Once when I was little I was so scared of getting a shot that I actually pretended to enjoy it. That moment will be scratched into my brain for life and eternity. The whole, I'm going to pretend like it doesn't scare me, does not work for me. It made it worse! When I had mono I had to have an IV and my blood drawn many times. I'll post about it later in life. And it was worse than the actual mono. By a lot. The thing about needles that kills me is that it is a little tiny piece of metal going into your body! It could get stuck and then somehow break off. Oh sheesh I'm getting sick. Just imagine. I also have a very irrational fear of bananas. Honestly, I think I'm scared of them because my mother used to make me eat them. When I was little with intestinal problems. I know, gross. Come on! I was like four! The repulsive smell and appalling color just send me to the edge and back.
I have to stop talking about it. Or I'll barf. Basically. I'm a coward. I know.
2. I'm not a male. Not to be sexist or anything. But there aren't that many females, if any, that are hardcore. Just going to throw that one out there.
3. I just went and bought make-up. Do rebels wear make up? Or do they just use dirt and the earth?
4. Lord of the Rings scares me. Yes. I have only seen it once. And no. I didn't like it. I know. I get it all the time: "YOU WHAT?! How you could you not like the best movie ever made for man kind?!" First off. School of Rock is the best movie ever. And if you try to argue with me, I will win. I'm sorry I don't want to waste my time watching a movie about dark underworlds with creatures that look like what belongs in a diaper fighting some Dumbledore looking man. It's just dumb. And it scares the living heck out of me.
5. I still sleep with a stuffed animal. Shamu. Every night since I was five. I'm not ashamed!
6. I have a blog. I'm sorry if I just offended you. But it's true. A blog is a place to store your brain vomit and have the illusion that people somewhere out in the world actually care enough to read about your pathetic little teenage life. Sometimes people blog about being a vegan and all the adventures they go through while on their "veganquest". It's kind of wimpy. I have a blog. Obviously. I love it. But no rebel would have a real blog. Unless it just went like this.
Today, #$*( this %%&)*)$ and then !#*#$ while she $#@# so I said #***.
Get those words out of your mind!
7. My name. Samantha. Meaning: Heard by God.
Booyah. I would think that one that resembled a rebel would be named something that meant feared or of a similar sort. Now you may be saying. But Sam, when they are babies they can't be rebel! Oh contraire! I think that a truly bad a person would be feared throughout all aspects of their life. Even birth.
I'm not a bad person. Or a cool person. I'm Sam.
And.... I'm out.