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Zing T/TH 1:00-2:30 I live for drama. I live for making instigating remarks. I live for silencing entire rooms with a single sentence . I normally do it for a laugh, or to piss people off depending on my mood. Then again, sometimes it isn't about my personal amusement. One of the things I hate most in this world is some one interrupting me when I’m working. One day after lunch I was doing homework that was due in the next thirty minutes, so I didn't bother to get up and go to library. “So, you like the Yankees?” Looking up from my packet, there’s some kid I've never seen before staring at me. His awesome plain grey shirt is offset only by his laughable ARMY hat and dumb grin plastered on his face. “Not really, no.” I don’t even know who he is. Why is he talking to me? “You from Mass? Cause I am.” “Yep.” I try and look busy; maybe he'll take the hint and go away. “That’s cool.” I've had enough of this for today. “Certainly is amazing isn’t it. Two people living in Mass, meeting in Mass. I’ll alert Ripley’s.” His face falls, and his eyes focus on the floor. He kind of shuffles his feet for a second then goes away. I kind of chuckle to myself, and go back to highlighting that damn never ending story with 72 different highlighters. Was I mean? Sure. Any regrets? Nope. This is who I am. I even got a good laugh out of it. Well worth it for some random guy I’ve never met to have a new personal grudge against me now.
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Then again, it isn’t all about making a person leave me alone. It’s about getting a point across too. Over the course of the summer I was looking for a job. And by looking for a job I mean I was pretending to look, but “finding” nothing. But alas, disaster struck. My mother’s friend’s boyfriend or whatever the hell he was had an opening on his roofing crew. Great.
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