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Cladograms are fun, fun, fun!


today does not equal triton because i stayed up with seth the whole night and we're still up, actually, and we're about to crash.


night!
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What's your favourite time to eat? Breakfast, lunch, dinner, ect??

I ask because Seth (I'll write a seperate entry about him later) keeps taking me out for breakfast (because he's a breakfast guuuy) and, well, I don't like breakfast. Breakfast requires me to get up early. Plus, breakfast is usually sweet and I can only take so much sweetness. Heh.


Yours truly is a lunch kind of gal...or dinner...especially if it involves burgers. YUM.
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I have froggies in my ears. :)

I want a hamburger phone...cause I'm ze hamburger whore.

I want a burger now...preferably a huge cheeseburger. *drools* My friends still don't know how I fit so much food into my system. I loff food.

In Bio, we're doing the bacteria transformation lab and the DNA Electrophoresis. They're such fun labs! I especially like the DNA lab, except I'm shit with the micropippettes and finding the damn wells in our gels. Oh well.

I've covered my room with dead babies. I got a bunch of plastic babies and so, I decided to make them over and burn their faces off and whatnot. Now, they're up for decoration. ^^

Life is fun...except for the damn snowstorm that hit Chicago on Friday. I swear, I have no clue how I got to May's house. The snow reached my fucking knees; bogdamn I'm short.
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Today I had a college tour of Worsham Mortuary School. Least to say, I'm very certain that I want to be a Funeral Director/Embalmer. I had quite a moment yesterday -- thinking about whether or not I could take it. But, today, I assured myself that this is the path I want to take.

Though, first I have to go to a community college and gain 30 credits because it is required by the state of Illinois. So, first I get those 30 credits, then I transfer to Worsham where I will stay for a year. After I graduate, I get to get an apprenticeship, which lasts a year and then...I am off into the world on my own! Quite the path, I'm going to take.

But, yes. I'm suppose to call Worsham, later in the year, and give them a lists of funeral homes around my neighborhood; they're going to help me look for a job around here. ^.^ So, this means that my hair is going back to black and that my piercings are going off and I'm going to be dressing more formal and whatnot. I'm excited.

Gosh, I'm going to be busy for the upcoming days. OH! And I just started watching 6 Feet Under because Mr Johnson told me to check it out and I absolutely love it! Seriously, it's....spiffy, for lack of better words.

Don't know if I've said this already, but Matt got me a 2-disc Clockwork Orange dvd which is GRAND-EOUS. Seriously, check it out. The special features talk more about Anthony Burgesses, the making of ACO, and Malcolm McDowell. Great dvd!

Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon was, also, a very creative slasher film. Twisted and humorous!

And, I attended After Night Horrorfest and that was purdy cool. The best movie was Mulberry Street, which was about a disease breaking free, transforming humans into rat-like creatures.

Lastly, elevates! I received your postcaaaaaard! ^.^ ♥ Gosh, you crack me up, ma'am. I shall write back to you promptly, yeees? Yes.
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AP Bio joke of the day: Why does a hamburger have less energy than a steak? Because it's on the ground state!

XD
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yaaaaaay. Matt took me to the Chicago Horror Film Festival yesterday ^.^
It was excellent! They played 3 films and they were:
Criticized a short film about a horror director who reads a bad review about his film and so, he kidnaps the critic and duct tapes him down to his bathtub. The director is loony as hell, of corpse, so in the end he’s tortures the critic and ruptures his eyeball with a paperclip -- which is an object the critic used in his review to describe the movie (I totally forgot what he said). The eyeball scene was awesome and very well done.

It's My Party and I'll Die if I want to! It was a low budget film directed by Tony Walsh and this was probably my favourite! It was so cheesy and had that Creepshow feel to it. But, I enjoyed it tremendously! It was cheesy and gory and fun. :D It’s a story about an old haunted record player and spirits inside this old house where a man murdered his family -- so these kids decided to get into the house and set up for a party for their friend’s 18th birthday…in the end, they’re all killed and the killer has a fun killing spree and I don’t know…I enjoyed it lots, now that I think about it; especially since the hero chick knows martial arts and she’s all KAPOW to the uh, monster/killer/possed dude and manages to hit him with everything in the house (including her birthday cake) and completely ignores her katana till the end. Heh ^_^ Afterwards, the director came up and did a Q&A. It’s pretty cool; he’s going to have a DVD out soon which is this movie, but it’s going to be a choose-your-own-adventure dvd which totally blows my mind.

The last movie played was Fallen Angels directed by Jeff Thomas. He came up along with Reggie (Phantasm, Bubba Ho-Tep, The Rage, Wishmaster) and Gigi Bannister (Phantasm IV, The Mangler Reborn, Bubba Ho-Tep) and I got to talk to them about horror stuff and movies and whatnot. It was waaay too much for me. So, the movie was more of a mystery and psychological thriller than a horror movie. It’s about the 7 deadly sins and the 7 creatures that represent them. It was an okay film and had big names such as Kane Hodder (as the main creature) and Bill Moseley and Michael Berryman.


All in all, I had a sweet-ass time and Matt is officially the best ever .
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