Friday, March 6, 2009

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un. It's hard though, when you don't feel entirely comfortable in a situation to laugh. Belly splitting Laughter comes easiest when you're 99% sure the people with you, love you or at least care about you.

Deux: I was talking to a friend the other day and she said in highschool, her class did a study on how groups formed in a classroom and how people always think the people who sit closest to them are the funniest...because they hear their whispered comments or get the jokes they're laughing at. It's a cool idea.

Trois: I just finished reading "the murder Bindy Mckenzie" It was a quick read but it was actually really good and it's Australian which was interesting too. I think honestly the best thing about it was the characterization. The plot was a little strange and the author just seemed to remember it at the end, but Bindy was such a real, 3 dimensional character that you could sort of overlook that. Also she was the kind of character you sort of hated, even while you understood and felt sorry for her. So that's always good.

Quatre: I arrived early for dance last night and there were daycare kids running amok in the room we have extra practice in. I always find it interesting looking at kids and wondering what they would be like if they were your age.


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