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2003 - Are we not men?
Well, 2002 is nearly over, so it's time to start thinking about what I've learned during the year.

I decided last year that 2002 would NOT be a year of self-discovery. And it hasn't been! It's been more of a year of others discovery.

Here's what I have discovered.
1.) Most people are insecure, and on top of that they are insecure about their insecurities. This causes odd behaviour ranging from unprovoked temper tantrums to fibbing and not covering for it.
2.) Others are stupid. So stupid that you (or I, mainly) can make fun of them in front of their face and they never even realize it.
L.) Who makes buttons? Why are they so plentiful?
Monster.) Others like to be led. Just start making stuff up and telling it to people, they like it.
8F.) The media controls minds. People love references. Especially Princess Bride or Monty Python references. Please God make it stop.
Pee.) Others get angry when someone else is right. Especially about something personal.
2.) There is absolutely positively no way to tell a boring person that you are bored to tears, and not hurt their feelings.
2a.) Speaking of boring, schoolteachers like to talk about their students, and the principal, and the school board. Any schoolteachers who may be reading, please note: WE DO NOT CARE. In fact, we get bored to tears when you start rambling on about how the principal blah blah blah. I can't even think of a good example sentence, because it's so boring. We don't care about your students, either. If the story isn't funny, we don't want to hear it. If it is funny, it should be better than a Family Circus panel.

I'm glad I have an LJ, so when I need to go on and on about stuff that would bore anyone who was listening, I can do it here. That way, I'm not bothering anyone.
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Are you gonna eat that?
Date: December 19th, 2002 - 05:40 pm
heh. if i had to draw a moral from the past year, it'd probably be something like "be completely celibate under all circumstances unless you want to hurt people [most likely yourself]"

but i don't like that moral, so i'm going to say that i learned something different that i'm not creative enough to think of right now.
Date: December 19th, 2002 - 08:30 pm
That implies that what I learned this year were morals. I'd rather think that what I learned this year involves soda and pants.
I'm a babe magnet.
Date: December 19th, 2002 - 06:30 pm
What I learned in 2002:
The Year does not like to end the way it begins. Change in inevitable. Use it to buy you soda.

And sex in a bed big enough for two is good. Sex in a bed big enough for three is slightly better, but not 50% better like some might think.
Date: December 19th, 2002 - 08:29 pm
Sex involves goo. Goo leads to the sticky side. The sticky side is... eww.
Can you feel the love?
Date: December 20th, 2002 - 02:15 am
What a coincidence. "Eww" is what Sam nicknamed my penis.

Oh, and I obviously haven't learned to hold my tongue from "TMIs" yet in 2002. But I have learned that cancer jokes are funny. Like "Cancer! Because bald and vomit are in!"
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