I was at this class. There were some kids and a teacher at a table with me, we were going over work. Then we were talking. This girl at the table was an IEE, so was the teacher, and this boy at the table was ESI. The girl was blabbing a little bit, saying stuff about her sports team and her life, ending her sentence with "my best friend."
Then, turning her head toward me, said "Other than you."
I don't know why that killed me so hard, but it did. My mind just exploded. Maybe I visibly reacted, maybe I didn't, but...it felt good. Painfully good.
I don't know where this person is now.
How come, when confronted with a prospect absurd and unknown, instead of demanding to know more, people react threatened?
Yes, I guess jeans + t-shirt is somewhat menswear anyway. However I have gone full out for our final week at sixth form when on one of the days we had a cross-dressing day, most people didn't do it (only like two guys did it in the whole year!) but I made a moustache with liquid eyeliner, wore some baggy 90s jeans, a huge t-shirt and trainers, no make-up and wore a hat to cover up my hair. As for the second q I'm not sure if you're implying how I would feel dressed up as a man, or how I would feel being an actual man. Assuming you mean how I would feel dressing up as a man, wouldn't feel any certain way really, although the faux moustache made me feel a little self-conscious when walking in public without my friends and not in school. In terms of how I would feel being a man, sounds aight, wouldn't really have anything against it, some aspects of my personality are probably perceived as manly anyway. This probably isn't as difficult as say a man dressing up as a woman :p so apologies that I didn't just let a man answer.
What was the most trouble you ever got into at school?
I laid down on the bathroom floor to try and get some sleep. Some asshole saw me from under the stall and told the school authorities. They thought I was on drugs and called the police to get my blood tested.
So the cops ended up walking in on me at school.
Why does everyone try so hard to look as boring and obsequious as possible and why do those people piss me off?
"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
Needles to know.
Don’t laugh but it’s on my personality not to think dating is necessary.
Thankfully I’m right about it.
Find this silly?
Well, you’ll get it as you grow up.
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How about now, how’re you feeling?