February 14th, 2003

Dr. Bunny

Happy Heart Day!

If there was any justice in the world, my life would be as simple as a CAKE song.

I don't want to hold back, I don't want to slip down
I don't want to think back to the one thing I know I should have done.
I don't want to doubt you, know everything about you
I don't want to sit across the table from you wishing I could run.

But for all of you out there, have a good day. Even if you don't have a significant other, just be nice to people. I mean, this is a day to let EVERYBODY know you think they are spiffy keen. Even that annoying guy who sits behind you in class who constantly kicks the back of your chair. Or that girl who gives you thoes weird looks in class whenever you speak.

I remember back in third grade or so. We were still making valentines for everybody in the class. Everybody got one. Well, there was this boy whom I didn't like very much. I wanted to write something mean spirited like "You smell" or "No one likes you" or something like that. But my Grandma who was visiting us at the time told me that Valentines day is the one day where everybody is loved, and we should all do our best to make sure that that happens.

So to everybody out there, HAPPY VALENTINES DAY! *big hug*
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Dr. Bunny

Guten Abends

Me with the floor show
kicking with your torso
Boys getting high and the girls even more so
Wave your hands if you're not with a man
Can I kick it?
Yes you can!

So valentines day is nearly over. I hope everybody had a good time. So far, despite my on going confusion of the personal nature, my day has gone fairly well.

This evening, Nick and his friend Brett came over for some drinkies. Let me tell you, rock paper scissors is a GREAT drinking game. Of course, if you do it right, ANYTHING is a great drinking game (Hey look! It's Hi-ho-Cherry-oh! Everybody take a shot!). They were nursing their beers while I stuck to my good old chocolate lemonade (tastes just like a tootsie roll pop!).

Around nine we scurried over to see The Ring in the campus center. This was my fourth time seeing it. Still creepy, still good, even though I was tipsy (it may have been even better this way). Nick had also seen it before, and this was Brett's first time seeing it. Man was he confused! Also, some poor girl was so overwhelmed by the freakyness factor that she was in tears. Gotta love a movie that does that.

Anyhoot, I'm sober now, and I don't want to remain that way for much longer. So I'm off to Ed's for a party. Lord only knows when I'll be back. Fear not though, I will be safe. I always am.
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