I have an experiment to go to for psychology (yay, I get to be a lab rat!) tomorrow, and two tests on Monday. JOY.
I have lost weight. Not much weight, but it's still a loss, which is LOVELY, as my body hates me lately and tries to hold on to every ounce of fat. Mum will be so pleased. Actually, I'd be willing to wager she'll lay off on the depression accusations if I lose enough weight and get better grades.
Now my apartment is FREEZING. Gack! It's like playing thermostat roullette.
Every time David and I go to Barnes & Noble, we attract a geek who joins in on our conversation. I suspect that David secretes some sort of geek pheremone. As we only seem to attract male geeks, draw whatever conclusion you like. o_o
And now, a Friday Five, though it is Saturday already.
1. What food do you like that most people hate?
I can't think of any, really. Mainly because I've never tried anything weird.
2. What food do you hate that most people love?
Carrots. Particularly raw. I can stand them when cooked and in small bits, but not raw. The taste just bothers me, and the crunch reminds me of the sound made when someone steps on a cockroach.
3. What famous person, whom many people may find attractive, is most unappealing to you?
Every member of N*Sync strikes me as being extraordinarily unattractive. As in, not just 'plain' but put-on-the-walls-of-haunted-houses scary.
4. What famous person, whom many people may find unappealing, do you find
Ryan Stiles? Colin Mochrie? I likes me the funnymen. When I say the most important thing in a potential mate is a sense of humor, I really really mean it. I am attracted to funny people, and wish to rub my musk glands all over them.
5. What popular trend baffles you?
Those really brightly colored/patterend cropped pants/pedal pushers/whateveryouwannacallem's that were fashionable this past summer and the summer before. You could be a size 1, and those pants will still draw attention to your ass and make it look HUGE. I don't understand. And now, the low-rise jeans. So few people look good in those that it's hardly worth manufacturing them. Part of it is that a good 50% of women out there don't know their size (either because they are in denial, or because every clothing manufacturer makes their sizes different from everyone else's), so you get people who look like famine victims swimming in cloth, and girls with chub pouring over the waistline. Be skinny, be fat, I dont' care, just wear clothes that look good on you, don't just purchase whatever's in style! And I will stop ranting now...
I have reached a conclusion: I really suck at peeling hard-boiled eggs.