Tags: lifetime of drinking

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Does this mean I can stay the kid?

I talked to my little brother on the phone today. In my mind he's seventeen still but he's turning twenty-one in March. It's all wrong. He sounds like a grown up man-person and he's about six-four apparently.

He and his girlfriend have been together for five years in April, and he told me he's going to propose then. They're also trying for a baby.

My face = :O to every single thing in this post.

Although he's apparently a big BSG fan which means we have something in common for what might be the first time ever.
Stoya: Let's play doctor

This BSG moodtheme > ...anything that is not this BSG moodtheme.

"Develop your eccentricities while you are young. That way, when you get old, people won't think you're going gaga." - David Ogilvy

With this in mind I am now going to have to start making myself a little crazier. (NO COMMENTS, I meant the awesome kind of crazy and not the... me kind of crazy.) What would throw me over into 'eccentric madwoman' territory? Except, not lots of cats.

Oh hey look, let's do a writer's block!

What do you miss most about being a kid?


The only thing I miss about being a kid is the fact that you never had to worry about stuff like bills. If there was something that needed to be paid it would get paid and you'd never even know about it. Now that I'm living away from parentals it's clear how much I took that for granted. Damn daily life expenses.

I do not miss, however, not being able to reach high shelves or buy alcohol. (Except now that makes it sound like I was a boozey ten-year-old. Which was, of course, not the case. I was only allowed one martini a day and that was only if I tidied my room. My parents were pretty damn tough.)