Community moderated site where you can make quizzes and personality tests, ask and answer questions, create profiles, journals, forums and more. Who's Online | Find Members | Private Messages
Questions
Quizzes
Articles
My Journal
Forums
Spoonerism Home | Activity | Buddies | Journal | Photos | Questions | Jokes | Movies | Links | Quizzes | Articles Want to create your own profile?  
Become a Member!  
Female, 34 years old
Bristol, , Europe

  Offline - Last On: 9hrs ago

62 Buddies
67 Subscribers
19,321 Profile Views
33,555 Posts | Member Since: 4/18/2006
Link to this profile:

(No profile music for Spoonerism)

Interests: Socializing / Books / Cooking / Games / Learning
Homepage: (None)
Birthday:11/12/1982 (34 Years Old)
IM Type: (Decline to State) IM Name:
Occupation:
Marital Status: Dating
Sexual Preference: Straight
Religion: Agnostic
Politics: Liberal
Fav. Movie:
Fav. TV Show:
Fav. Book:
Fav. Song:
Fav. Food:
Fav. Car:
 
Theme 'Luck on a stick' created by Spoonerism
Active Journal Entries | Archived Journal Entries

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Next >   
Third Wheel Update - Mood:Good
Saturday February 17 200711:50:10 PM |
So...I went to Universal today, as planned, with the friend I'd invited (who I'd given a comp ticket to).

A third wheel, who'd invited himself the night before, was also there. And, it turns out, invited a FOURTH person along. Of course, he had no way of getting FOURTH person in for free, and then was astonished that the cost to get into both parks was more than $40. Now, as he works at Disney, I find it highly unlikely that he didn't know that ticket prices would be at least 55 bucks or better. For the record, I think it's 62.

Anyway, he told this girl it would be about 35 (according to her account, anyway).

There are 30 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Who invites themselves to things?! - Mood:Good
Friday February 16 200711:27:28 PM |
So...I'm going to Universal tomorrow with a friend. A mutual friend of ours apparently found out we were going and decided to invite himself. He called me and told me to meet them there at 9 AM.

Which, you may know, is a bit early for my day off. I mean, holy sh*t, I get a day off once in a blue moon. I really like to enjoy the sleeping in portion. Especially when I stay up late at night talking to my boyfriend who lives 3 hours behind and can only talk during "nights" due to his ridiculous cellular phone.

And he justifies it by saying that he has to work at 4. Then, it turns out, he calls up a manager at work (he's a friend from work) and convinces her to let him come in two hours later since they are overstaffed already. But calls me back (after my protesting at 9:00 to say I should meet him at 9:45).

Am I right to be irritated by this? I talked to the person I originally invited who claims not to have invited third wheel, and told 3rd wheel to call m

There are 17 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

On a hot summer night would you offer your throat to the wolf with the red roses? - Mood:Sexy
Friday February 16 200712:34:05 PM |
I should be in sexy moods more often.

You know what this calls for? A sexy party!

I'm sooo excited (I just can't hide it). I have a three day weekend! I mean, I know this isn't a big deal, as MOST Americans have this already, what with presidents day and all, BUT it is very unusual for me. And I couldn't be more thrilled.

I have today off, then tomorrow, then Sunday! My plans are to buy a digital camera with the tax refund I got today! (yay for the IRS!) And to take care of some biznazz.

Tomorrow I am going to go play at Universal all day.

And the next day I hope to spend baked if I can locate some baking supplies.

For Valentine's Day, I went out on a date with my boyfriend's mom and aunt. My boyfriend being in a different timezone, that is. It sounds kind of lame to say, but I had a good time with them. I really like his mom, and she really likes me, which is a total first for me and relationships.

So altogether, my life situation gets a big

There are 42 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

"Your heart knows what it`s doing...even if it breaks itself" - Mood:Good
Friday February 16 200710:32:36 AM |
True or false.

Discuss.

There are 6 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Sap Central Station - Mood:Good
Sunday February 11 200711:28:09 PM |
Location: My room

I am currently in the process of making my boyfriend's Valentine's gift. I was going to make him a picture frame with puzzle pieces on it that says "You complete me". So at the craft store they had these puzzle cards that you can draw on and whatnot (just 16 piece puzzles, little ones to fit in envelops), so I decided to make him a puzzle too.

The puzzle has a big heart in the middle that says Happy Valentine's Day and around it are quotes about love and friendship that mean something to me.

And I'm waiting on the paint to dry on the picture frame so I can write on the letters. I have to get a glue gun tomorrow to attach the puzzle pieces (painted aqua blue and green). The picture frame itself is painted deep blue.

I also want to include something sexy. If I don't get any better suggestions, I'm going with a book of sexy pictures. But that requires buying a camera with a timer, because I have nobody to take them. Any sexy suggestions

There are 12 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Most romantic song lyrics of all time - Mood:Good
Sunday February 11 20072:48:08 PM |
Nominate your pick now.

(This may or may not be a cheap ploy to get love songs for a CD...)

There are 54 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Eye Candy, come hither!!! - Mood:Good
Saturday February 10 20071:23:42 PM |
There aren't enough hot men on television these days. Lots of hot ladies. Why is this? Don't women deserve eye candy too?! (And gay men, for that matter, dammit!!)

Also, I'm being a journal whore. Get over it. Nobody responded on my first try (well, one person did), so I get to try again.

I'm really excited that Obama has announced his run for president. I'm going to get involved in his campaign, because he excites me. Maybe it's just his eloquence, but there's something about him that sceams "presidential". (I don't care how fresh he is, I find it refreshing)

Can anyone tell me how to fix my profile so that the left isn't black?

And how are you today, dear?
(very well I thank you, run away, run away)

There are 37 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Pretty in pink? - Mood:Good
Saturday February 10 200712:54:35 PM |
I haven't watched it in a while. But it's on lifetime right now, and as I called in to work, I've been wasting time watching it. I haven't had a "slow morning" in SUCH a long time. I'd forgotten how glorious it was to waste the first three hours of a day doing practically nothing.

At any rate, to get to the point, I just watched the montage where she puts together her dress. There's cutting, sewing, pulling, attaching, etc. And then you see her come down in her dress. It's rather disappointing. The dress is kind of...ehnh. Unsexy and not that pretty, really. I mean, Molly Ringwald is pretty, but the dress itself makes me cringe.

Tonight I'm going to stay at my boyfriend's (mom's) house. He won't be there. Neither will she. I'm going over to babysit their dogs. I'm looking forward to sleeping in a bed and hanging out with the doggies again.

I might live with those doggies next year! (And my boyfriend) If I get into WASU that is.

There are 25 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

The No A**Hole Rewards Program - Mood:
Friday February 09 20079:09:31 PM |
Spread the word, ladies and gentleman.

I am ready to revolutionize the world.

I have personally practiced the no a**hole rewards program for two years now.

It is a simple program. All you do is NOT reward people who are non-nice individuals.

The most important step is to stop sleeping with people who are non-nice individuals. Even if they're not non-nice individuals to you, being non-nice individuals negates them from getting sex! If everyone stops sleeping with a**holes, they will be forced to change their ways.

Otherwise, just avoid giving them any sort of reward/benefit.

You CAN make a difference.

(I also invite you to join the "don't-sleep-with-republicans" related program)

There are 15 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

What`s wrong with that roach? - Mood:Good
Friday February 09 20078:42:23 PM |
One of my students asks me ALL the time... "What's wrong with _____?" and 9 times out of 10, there's nothing wrong with ______. It's just been presented in a way he is unfamiliar with.

I think it's a pretty cute quirk, that I'm sure will pass in no time. But today he asked me both "What's wrong with that roach?" when we saw a beetle crawling on the playground equipment outside and "What's wrong with me?" when he saw a picture of himself on the wall with a surprised look on his face.

I had to explain to the kids that we should leave the beetle alone because he lived outside and we needed to share his home with him. It was a nice little learning experience.

But our time outside was cut short when I had to take the class in after a child pooped their pants.

Those are the big decisions I make. While my friends make big decisions regarding the way their companies run their businesses, I make the decision to cut playtime short to change s

There are 14 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Speed limit signs that don`t end in a 5 or 0 are just BEGGING to be stolen. - Mood:Good
Friday February 09 20072:03:12 PM |
Honestly, they are.

I'm irritated with work. I'm glad today's Friday, but I don't know if I can go back and be patient for another four hours. I don't think I have four hours of patience in me!

I found this to be hilarious:


There are 10 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Littering and... my snot is green again!!! - Mood:Spent
Thursday February 08 200711:04:30 PM |
Having just taken a CPR/first aid course, I’m now fully prepared for the worst. And while I really hope I never have to use my newly acquired skills, a part of me hopes otherwise. A part of me wants to break them out and be a hero. This same part of me doesn’t recognize the fact that the “skills” I learned are not effective at saving lives 100% of the time.

I re-learned CPR, which has changed since last I learned it. I also learned how to operate an automatic defibrillator, how to stop bleeding, what to do in the event of shock, how to treat a burn, how to save someone from choking, among other things. Lots of handy tidbits for the real world.

I took the class for my job at the daycare, but I feel like if I ever use them, it will be at my other job, the roller-coaster, where I anticipate more people are likely to lose consciousness and/or have heart attacks.

There are 39 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Where would you be without the internet? - Mood:Good
Thursday February 01 20078:19:39 PM |
I've got to get dinner but I don't know what. I could get some Chipotle take-out, but I might want to cook. Any suggestions? I'm in the mood for something fantastic.

Also, I'm irritated that I had to delete my last journal for an image that bypassed the swear filter. I mean, it's my own fault for not checking, but I was just going through these webcomics I liked and posting my favorites. It's just indicative of the fact that I don't consider sh*t to be a bad word. It's the word I most often forget to asterisk too.

So, to the point at hand, here's where I'd be-

1. I'd be more productive. I'd study much more
2. I'd socialize more (perhaps drink and smoke more too)
3. I'd read more (both as part of my studying in #1 and for fun)
4. Research would be a pain in the ass again.
5. I'd talk on the phone more and send mail more often.
6. I'd be lost all the time. The best gift the internet has given me is directions to anywhere.

There are 46 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Where would you be without the internet? - Mood:Good
Thursday February 01 20078:19:39 PM |
I've got to get dinner but I don't know what. I could get some Chipotle take-out, but I might want to cook. Any suggestions? I'm in the mood for something fantastic.

Also, I'm irritated that I had to delete my last journal for an image that bypassed the swear filter. I mean, it's my own fault for not checking, but I was just going through these webcomics I liked and posting my favorites. It's just indicative of the fact that I don't consider sh*t to be a bad word. It's the word I most often forget to asterisk too.

So, to the point at hand, here's where I'd be-

1. I'd be more productive. I'd study much more
2. I'd socialize more (perhaps drink and smoke more too)
3. I'd read more (both as part of my studying in #1 and for fun)
4. Research would be a pain in the ass again.
5. I'd talk on the phone more and send mail more often.
6. I'd be lost all the time. The best gift the internet has given me is directions to anywhere.

There are 46 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

What be ailin` ya? - Mood:Good
Tuesday January 30 20078:10:51 PM |
I sliced my thumb today. At the part where the nail hits the skin. Damn does it hurt! I was in such a hurry to open the package I'd gotten that I didn't pay attention to where my hands and sharp implements were placed.

Oh, and I have a cold. It's better than it was yesterday, but it sucks. I haven't gotten for-real sick in a while.

The package was some mail from my house, my W-2's so I can get on my taxes, and some Lay's Dill chips. If you've never tried them, you should. They're the best chip on earth.

So what be ailing you?

There are 48 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

What be ailin` ya? - Mood:Good
Tuesday January 30 20078:10:51 PM |
I sliced my thumb today. At the part where the nail hits the skin. Damn does it hurt! I was in such a hurry to open the package I'd gotten that I didn't pay attention to where my hands and sharp implements were placed.

Oh, and I have a cold. It's better than it was yesterday, but it sucks. I haven't gotten for-real sick in a while.

The package was some mail from my house, my W-2's so I can get on my taxes, and some Lay's Dill chips. If you've never tried them, you should. They're the best chip on earth.

So what be ailing you?

There are 48 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Is your crotch hungry, girl? - Mood:Good
Thursday January 25 20078:26:09 PM |
'Cuz its eating your pants!

I started a new job Monday as a preschool teacher at a private daycare that also serves as a pre-kindergarten (headstart-type program) for the Orlando school system.

So far, so good. I really like the job, but my one complaint is that the woman in the room next to me is f*cking bitchy and impatient and lazy. She's nearly intolerable. I don't see why other teachers don't have the same aversion to her as I do.

I'm mad because I missed my 12345th post last night. I was two away, and made a mental note to celebrate it, but then a while later I realized I had passed it without noticing. Mrrr.

I am really weird about numerical things. I really like numbers that have SOME sort of connection to regular life or to me. I love 1112 because it's my birthday. I remember really enjoying my student ID number being 13650, because 650 was half of 13 so it was easy to remember.

I may be lame, but my avy sure isn't!

There are 18 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Is your crotch hungry, girl? - Mood:Good
Thursday January 25 20078:26:09 PM |
'Cuz its eating your pants!

I started a new job Monday as a preschool teacher at a private daycare that also serves as a pre-kindergarten (headstart-type program) for the Orlando school system.

So far, so good. I really like the job, but my one complaint is that the woman in the room next to me is f*cking bitchy and impatient and lazy. She's nearly intolerable. I don't see why other teachers don't have the same aversion to her as I do.

I'm mad because I missed my 12345th post last night. I was two away, and made a mental note to celebrate it, but then a while later I realized I had passed it without noticing. Mrrr.

I am really weird about numerical things. I really like numbers that have SOME sort of connection to regular life or to me. I love 1112 because it's my birthday. I remember really enjoying my student ID number being 13650, because 650 was half of 13 so it was easy to remember.

I may be lame, but my avy sure isn't!

There are 18 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

What kind of a father... - Mood:Good
Tuesday January 23 20079:09:14 PM |
skips his child's BIRTH to audition for American Idol?!

"I'll never again get the chance to audition for a show that has ridiculous ratings and has stuck around for 6 seasons ALREADY. If I want to see my wife pop one out, all I have to do is knock her up again at a more convenient time."

There are 21 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

What kind of a father... - Mood:Good
Tuesday January 23 20079:09:14 PM |
skips his child's BIRTH to audition for American Idol?!

"I'll never again get the chance to audition for a show that has ridiculous ratings and has stuck around for 6 seasons ALREADY. If I want to see my wife pop one out, all I have to do is knock her up again at a more convenient time."

There are 21 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Make up my mind! - Mood:Good
Saturday January 20 200711:50:04 AM |
I'm a woman and as such am naturally indecisive.

So here's the dilemma.

I don't feel well. I've been tired for the past week (more than a person ought to be after a full night's sleep), but only today have I had any other symptoms. Which is a sore throat.

Not too sore, by any means, but sore.

Now. I REALLY want to work tomorrow. I have a 10 hour shift and can make overtime. Today I only have a 6 hour shift and it's only worth about 40 bucks.

I AM, however, quite broke and trying to make as much money as I can. So 40 bucks would help that cause.

I'm concerned that if I go to work today I'll feel like ass tomorrow and not want to work my 10 hour shift.

I also need to do laundry.

Furthermore, I start a new full time job on Monday for which I do NOT want to be sick whatsoever.

So...youthink...advise me! To call in, or not to call in, that is the question.

There are 14 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Porn stars...what`s in it for them? - Mood:Good
Monday January 15 200711:18:21 AM |
Is it a love of money or a love of sex that keeps the porn industry in business?

("Self esteem, it's all about self esteem in the schools these days. Build the kids' self-esteem, make them feel good about themselves. If everybody grows up with high self-esteem, who is going to dance in our strip clubs? What's going to happen to our porno industry? These women don't just grow on trees. It takes lots of drunk dads missing dance recitals before you decide to blow a goat on the internet for fifty bucks. And if that disappears where does that leave me on a Friday night with my new high speed connection?")

There are 12 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Hey you. Your assistance is needed in aisle here. - Mood:Good
Sunday January 14 20071:23:42 PM |
I know a billion people have probably had this issue. Or maybe I'm the first.

Regardless, I can't get profile music to work. Minor crisis doesn't give me a link ending in .mp3. And when I try to just add .mp3 on it won't work.

Can someone direct me to a place where uploading music is easy, or explain how to do this please?

There are 10 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Attention Space Travelers: - Mood:Good
Sunday January 14 200712:19:40 AM |
Are my three favorite words in the English language. What are yours?

These words signal the onset of a breakdown spiel, alerting all guests at Space Mountain that we are experiencing technical difficulties at this time.

Technical difficulties are great. You get a break from the monotony of your normal day to either go out on track and reset the ride, or talk to guests about why we’re broken down. Of course, the token answer (and honest one) is always, “I don’t know the nature of the problems, but we will resume flights as soon as we’ve reset the ride.” Most people freak out that it’s something unsafe. “Did somebody die?” “Did a piece of track fall?” But it’s always something boring.

Someone DID almost die recently. Flat-lined and everything. But Reedy Creek saved them.


There are 13 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

I know that you can be overwhelmed, and I`m pretty sure you can be underwhelmed, but can you ever just be "whelmed"? - Mood:Overwhelmed
Thursday January 11 200711:04:29 AM |
I'm whelmed for our country. I've been concerned for a while.

I have faith in our newly elected officials, and I'm holding my breath preparing myself for the inevitable let-down that I know to expect.

But I'm mostly concerned with how apathetic most Americans are about our current situation. Everybody is quick to say they want us out of Iraq, but I think mostly because they're tired of hearing about it. Nobody seems to care that we've got soldiers dropping like flies. Nobody seems to care that we invaded the Iran consulate in Iraq, arresting five staff members, and confiscating documentation and computers. Nobody seems to care about...well...anything.

Is it because we're caught in a consumer frenzy? Is it because we're too busy struggling to make ends meet? Is it both?

My roommate, for instance, couldn't care less what is happening in the world. He's too busy caring about who gets kicked off of America's Next Top Model.

There are 51 comments on this journal entry. View/Add Comments

Page: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Next >   

 
Edit