Shawn:You know, he used to tell me how wonderful you were, but guys always say great things about their girlfriends until they break up. That's when the truth comes out. You know, I've waited 15 years to find out what he really thinks about you. Do you wanna know what he thinks about you now that you've broken up?
Topanga:No. Shawn, I don't wanna talk about him.
Shawn:Now that you've broken up, he still tells me how wonderful you are.
ACCEPT THAT PERSONS COMPLIMENT youre so pretty and talented please believe us! You needa give yourself more credit :(
please tell me we’ve met in person!? Thank you guys, but sorry hard to accept something that just doesn’t seem true to me, I honestly wouldn’t put me on the pretty scale. I’d like to give myself a negative 5, yea, -5, hehe i like that number :D -5 has a nice ring to it LOL
I honestly think you're really pretty even though you don't think you are. you don't try to dress up, but that's okay. natural beauty is good too (: and plus you're really talented. people just don't give themselves enough credit for how good they are. trust me on this (:
do you have a hangover? LOL sorry, when people tell me something like this it’s kind of hard for me to grasp on to the fact that someone actually thinks this of me. Have we met?
graduated high school. smoked a cigarette. kissed someone. gotten so drunk you passed out. ridden every ride at an amusement park. collected something really stupid. gone to a rock concert. helped someone. gone fishing. watched four movies in one night. gone long periods of time without sleep. lied to someone. snorted cocaine. failed a class. dealt drugs. been in a car accident. been in a tornado. done hard drugs. watched someone die. been to a funeral. burned yourself. run a marathon. cried yourself to sleep. spent over $200 in one day. flown on a plane. cheated on someone. been cheated on. written a 10 page letter. gone skiing. been sailing. cut yourself. had a best friend. lost someone you loved. shoplifted something. been to jail. dangerously close to being in jail. had detention. skipped school. got in trouble for something you didn’t do. stolen books from the library. gone to a different country. dropped out of school. been in a mental hospital. watched the “harry potter” movies. had an online diary. fired a gun. gambled in a casino. had a yard sale. had a lemonade stand. actually made money at the lemonade stand. been in a school play. been fired from a job. taken a lie detector test. swam with dolphins. gone to sea world. voted for someone on a reality tv show. written poetry. read more than 20 books a year. gone to europe. loved someone you shouldn’t have. used a coloring book over age 12. had surgery. had stitches. taken a taxi. seen the washington monument. had more than 5 im’s/online conversations going at once. overdosed. had a drug or alcohol problem. been in a fist fight. suffered any form of abuse. had a hamster. pet a wild animal. used a credit card. gone surfing in california. done “spirit day” at school. dyed your hair. gotten a tattoo. had something pierced. gotten straight a’s. been on the honor roll. known someone with hiv or aids. taken pictures with a webcam. started a fire. gotten caught having/going to a party while parents were gone
It’s already my junior year of high school. Time sure flies. It’s getting to the time where I need to face reality and figure out a career. I find it pretty depreessing at times. I remember in the 5th grade I wanted nothing more than to become a basketball player when i grew up. I’ve tried to be the best I could be at the sport. Harsh reality is that i suck at it. An old coach told me that I would get better if I kept my passion for it and kept moving forward with that passion. Looking at it now, i know i’m not gonna get a chance to play in college, i sure as hell would not make it to the wnba. Crazy isn’t it. Growing up adults are always telling you that if you have a passion for something then pursue it and you will surely be successful in it. As much as I want to believe this, it will not be true for me. But like I said, harsh reality; I, however thought of becoming a social worker. To some, they may not make much, but the purpose of what they do intrigues me. The reasons on wanting to become one is simply personal. But even with that in mind, I will always love basketball and everything the sport has done for me.