Friday, November 5, 2010


Day 2: Talk about your piercings/tattoos if you have any
I only have the usual, unorigional piercings (i.e. one on each ear). Growing up, Mum always said that I could only get my ears pierced when I turned 16, so for numerous years in primary school I was lame enough to wear stick on earrings out of Total Girl Magazine to hide my embarrassing, shameful non-pierced ears from my friends. THE STORY DOES NOT END HERE, MY FRIENDS.
Then came along the State Athletics Carnival in year 5. You may be thinking one of the following things:
1. What has an athletics carnival got to do with piercings?
2. Is she trying to change the subject to divert the attention away from her unperceived ears?
WELL, basically Mum said that if my relay team made it to the State Final I could get my ears pierced (she obviously had NO faith in me WHATSOEVER, or maybe she thought telling me this would make me run faster...which it did). I MADE IT INTO THE FINAL. So there you have it folks, the tale of me getting two holes in my ears.

On the subject of piercings, piercings (and tattoos) on guys is SUCH a turn off. EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW Here is a tip for the guys of the world- TAKE YOUR PIERCINGS OUT AND LET THEM CLOSE UP. You don't have to take my advice cause of 'freedom' and everything, but hey, it's for your own benefit.

P.S. I want one of those lamps which when turned on project stars everywhere. If anyone has one I want it.

Now I think about it I should get off my lazy ass and by some tickets.....