Saturday, May 19, 2012
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
What Makes You Beautiful - One Direction
Call me Maybe - Carly Rae Jespen
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Thursday, April 5, 2012
Sunday, March 11, 2012
I understand that being short can be a real pain; I am a strong advocate of wanting to be taller, but I would never go through painful surgery to do so. A ton of people live perfectly happy just being short. Does being taller help a guy's love life? Sadly the answer is yes, but plastic surgery to that extent is a little too much. These people put a rod in their leg then have it lengthen over time as the bone grows around it. The man in the video seemed to be in extreme pain just to gain three inches. If someone is that insecure about their height then they need to go see a therapist because it is clearly not healthy. The men in the video seemed to pay thousands of dollars and there is no telling what the long term effects of the surgery are going to be. If you gain the extra inches then won't your legs start to hurt when you get older and your bones might have other problems? I just think it is a little too drastic.
Annotating is a good way to keep track of what you are reading and absorb more of the information you are trying to analyze. The beginning of books can be confusing and full of a lot of complicated vocabulary, especially when the book is from school. In order to make sure you fully grasp the beginning of a book, you annotate to get past the boring parts. Annotating isn't that bad during the beginning of the book, but when the plot comes together it can become annoying to annotate. I hate when everything is being explained yet you still have to write something for the teacher to see. It then makes reading maniacal, wanting you to give up all together. I don't know about you, but annotation is not my friend.
There are also the oldies babies, who seem to not be caught up to current music and always sing songs so old that your parents know the tune. I don't understand the extreme love of old music, but I respect the oldies babies anyways. There is also the mainstream rejects who absolutely hate songs on the radio except for one or two. These people are amazing at finding good songs that aren't popular, but they can also have a weird taste in music. Some of the songs mainstream rejects love to listen to are terrible and you wonder what they were thinking listening to that.
The last type of music listeners are lyric nerds. Lyric nerds know almost every lyric to every song, honestly these people could win a game show or something. These are the people you want to ask about the names of songs you haven't heard about. Even though everyone has their own flavor of music they like to listen to, we are all one big music loving community.
This poor kid was deprived of the famous Djokovic's shirt when another person snatched it right out of the air when it was tossed to her. The girl was 14 yrs. old and that mean lady just went and snatched the shirt. I do sympathize with the girl because it is so sad to be within inches of such an important shirt, then have it snatched away. For me, that would be like Taylor Lautner taking his shirt off and some lady grabbing it inches before I got my hands on that. It would be extremely traumatizing if that happened to me. What really got me was the girls face when the t-shirt was snatched out of her grasp. Her face just completely dropped. It was the saddest thing I ever saw. While it is sad see, its also a little funny because Melissa looks as if she is about to yell her head off at the lady who took the shirt. I think this is just one of those guiltily hilarious moments that you watch on youtube.
The gym teacher also makes you write your name nice and big right across the front of the shirt. I don't believe in broadcasting my name so big that it is impossible to miss. It looks weird being printed on the shirt because all the other words on the shirt or so neat, and the name stands out in an unappealing way. I do understand that you write your name so that people won't steal shirts, but if everyone had their own different shirt then wouldn't that eliminate the problem? Someone could just write their name on the inside of the shirt and if it gets lost they could describe what their shirt looks like.
I also think the whole buying uniforms is idiotic because you only where it for half of the school year. After P.E. is over then you never wear that ugly shirt ever again. When the upperclassmen go to their specialty gym class, they just where a simple shirt and shorts. What is the point of buying a uniform if only freshmen wear it? The normal school spirit wear is much better looking than the gym uniform; I rather wear the spirit wear. I like buying clothes that are cute and I can wear for awhile. It doesn't make sense for me to pay 20 dollars for something that isn't going to be of any use to me. I hope I'm not the only one in the world who thinks that.
Hey everyone or anyone who decided to visit my blog. I'm ZigZagTopica and this is "The Thoughts of Someone Who Actually Cares". I decided it was about time that I started a blog; I just thought I'd be random and start this one. Well, I'll tell you a bit about me so that you can better understand where my opinions come from or why I think the way I do. I'm a freshman in high school, love lacrosse, and am a big supporter of fun. I'm a classifiable nerd, but I love being that way. My family goes on a lot of vacations to different places, so I love new and exciting foods, people, activities, and environments. I think that gives you a glimpse what I'm like, but if you read my blog you'll learn all about me through my writing. Now if any of my opinions annoy you, you have questions, stories, or anything you want to contribute to the blog then comment.