Who’s That Girl?

I don’t like potatoes.  I don’t care about the environment.  Sense and Sensibility is my favourite movie.  I like things that smell like cake.  I collect snowglobes.  I don’t like hip hop music.  My grandmother collected pennies.  I wish I grew up in medieval times.  I take my iPod with me everywhere I go.  I don’t like children.  I grew up abroad.  I’m scared of large groups of black people.  I didn’t learn how to drive until I was 22.  I was a debutante.  I wish I had red hair.  I like slutty romance novels.  I don’t have a boyfriend.  I don’t know how to swim even though I grew up on an island.  I’ve been to Gila Bend, Arizona.  I know how to count in several languages.  I frequently watch Jeopardy! I am in the military.  I like fancy British people movies.  I have never voted in a presidential election.  I have never been to Canada.  I want a weimaraner.  I don’t think babies are cute.  I think people should have to have a license to reproduce.  I support the death penalty.  I am a gun owner.  I don’t drink soda.  I used to take martial arts.  I know how to play chess.  I don’t like people who don’t read and write well.  I am working on a novel.  I like to eat butter.  My parents are still married.  I always wear black.  I love the opera.  My favourite incense is Kush.  I love ice cream.  I know where Tonga is.  I know a dirty word in Tagolog.  I’m not afraid of bugs.  I am Muslim.  I love Chinese food.  I have two nephews.  I’m learning how to play the piano.  I don’t believe in the institution of marriage.  I have been to Alaska.  I think illegals should be deported.  I used to be a debt collector.  I like tofu burgers.  I want to visit space.  I was a spelling bee champion.  I can’t sleep without a fan.  I have never been to a funeral.  I have never been to a wedding.  I am debt-free.  I am 5 pounds overweight.  I used to go to raves.  I have a bachelor’s degree.  I’m addicted to online social networking.  I practise yoga.  I eat expensive chocolates.  I don’t care if I hurt people’s feelings.  I want to be a New York Times best seller.  I wish I could have studied music in college.  I wanted to be an opera singer.  I am an oenophile.  I think Catholics practise idolatry.  If I were rich I would buy a yacht.  I don’t know how to play tennis.  I want to run a marathon.  I want to go to Europe.  I don’t like Africans.  I am of Ethiopian descent.  My hair is natural.  I use rechargeable batteries.  My mom and I are working on our relationship.  I have a deadbeat dad.  I have only ever loved one person.  I eat several eggs everyday.  I’m a part-time vegetarian.  I love spinach.  I am abstinent.  I party almost every weekend.  I was a Nirvana fan as a teenager.  My parents wouldn’t let me learn to play the cello.  I have read all the Harry Potter books.  I wish I were a vampire.  I am a Trekkie.  I hate Twilight.  I have had pneumonia twice.  I can run a mile in eight minutes.  I like to use profanity.  I am competitive.  I’m a republican.  I like being irrational.  I don’t eat swine.  I like drama.  I hold grudges.  I never forget.  I write everything down.  I collect quotes.  I like tattoos.  I’m learning Spanish.  I don’t like reality TV.  I want to learn the Argentine tango.  I’m not a feminist.  I wish people would refer to me as “Miss.”  I don’t recycle.  I like to travel.  Me and my friends were the “mean girls” in high school.  I haven’t talked to those friends since high school.  I was a military brat.  I don’t get attached.  I’m heartless.  I’m cold-blooded.  I believe in vengeance.  I believe in God.  I worry about my soul.  I’m scared to die.  I want to be cremated.  I sing in the shower.  I have never been on a cruise.  I like to read the dictionary.  I like to read the Bible.  I feel sorry for atheists.  I don’t like to wear pants.  I used to be atheist.  I like to write.

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15 responses to “Who’s That Girl?

  1. I actually quoted and linked your blog on my page. Wasn’t sure how to contact you so I’m just letting you know here. I made a post about weather forecasting and noticed you commented on a similar area a few weeks back. This isn’t a response or dig at you. I just quoted you as an example of an overall sentiment of something that I was already writing about and I stumbled onto your post while doing some light Googling. Anyway, I hope this is cool…and if anything it might drive some modest traffic your way.

    –Erik

    infinitegest.wordpress.com

  2. you’re strange… but i Like your out Look on Life. you really use that first ammendment to the extreme. but it really shouldn’t all be about you.

  3. I’m scared of large groups of black people
    If I ever get married, I would not consider a black man
    I don’t like Africans

    ok so we get it. besides truly being an idiot, your a racist as well.

    it sucks to be you.

  4. Yes, there is therapy for that and if you’d like to pay for it, I’ll go just for GP.

    At any rate, I never said I hated black people. I am sadly disappointed in my race, disgruntled and disenfranchised. I also don’t hate the skin I’m in because even with all these hang-ups I wouldn’t want to be anybody other than who I was born to be.

  5. I actually quoted and linked your blog on my page. Wasn’t sure how to contact you so I’m just letting you know here. I made a post about weather forecasting and noticed you commented on a similar area a few weeks back. This isn’t a response or dig at you. I just quoted you as an example of an overall sentiment of something that I was already writing about and I stumbled onto your post while doing some light Googling. Anyway, I hope this is cool…and if anything it might drive some modest traffic your way.
    +1

  6. Translation: I’m a douche because it’s super hip to be a douche. Check.

    Oh, and gay people feel sorry for you and anyone who has the misfortune to stick anything into that cesspool of a vagina you’re using to stink up the room.

  7. I actually really enjoyed your blog. Awesome job. Sadly, I couldn’t have just left it at that, I had to click the link for more about you and suddenly wasn’t interested in supporting a person like you. I’m sure lots of people like you but it’s actually not real cool to denounce your own race. I don’t care what you think just like you don’t care what I think but really? Your disenfranchised? Yea, black people set themselves back quite often, but more damage comes from your kind of black people than the ones on World Star Hip Hop. Be disgruntle at whichever of your black parents let you down, don’t disrespect your race to make people who are not black like you a little more. Who do you think smiles by reading “I’m scared of large groups of black people”. Be better than the shit your disrespecting, because I can understand why your disappointed in black people if they bring down their own race like you do. Note that I said YOUR race. And you feel sorry for atheists lol. Seriously girl? You have to keep your IDGAF attitude, otherwise you’d be as lame as the shit you’ve come to accept about yourself. But I mean, you are in the Army lol, That smart ass mouth didn’t get you very far now did it? Your probably enlisted.

  8. Dang! I completely forgot about this. It needs updating. I’m no longer 10 pounds overweight; I’m just six pounds overweight now. And I don’t have college debt anymore. That’s a plus.

    Seriously, why are my thoughts on black people such a freak out point for some people? I can either put it out in the open and contemplate it, or I can just pretend it’s a part of me that doesn’t exist and deny the whole thing. Racists and judgmental people are pretty bad, but liars and fakers are worse, by anyone’s estimation.

    My admissions are not really for other people to like or dislike. It’s for me to acknowledge who or what I am, no matter how odd or psychotic, and move on with my life. Maybe I’ll get over it; maybe I won’t. I am a work in progress.

  9. its not about race or ethnicity, its about where you come from…do you know where you began? when you see a “minority” (i think there are more “minorities” than whites in AMERIKA and we have the decency to be at the bottom of the totem pole) . You’ve just been brainwashed just like every self afflicted, self loathing black in Amerika. I’m still astonished that there is black on black violence (penned or impulsively executed?). I’m hispanic but i dont consider myself a hispanic. does that make me a racist? absolutely not. in fact im more like an “earthican.” how about it? for one day, can it not be about ethnicity and race? cheers

  10. This is my personal opinion but while you may be disenfranchised or disappointed in your ethnicity, In whole i am disappointed and disenfranchised by people in general whether they be peach,chocolate, lemon or strawberry …..so much petty crap or heinous crap being repeated, over and over again through out history just labeled differently to the times…..there have been triumphs but the negative negates it…… there are cures for cancer right now, but for a buck at the cost of lives would rather not allow it into the market…..go out for enjoyment get constant negativity , Just tiring but i keep on keeping on hoping things will change or my perspective will change or eventually i get off my a$$ and do something about it . Why do you feel the way you do? From personal experience or what you have seen and heard? . for me it’s personal experience just constant crap on from others wanting theirs and your’s . .

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