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13 September 2009 @ 12:35 am
And I've brought the new version of my Hot Chocolate Story!

For those of you interested, here it is.

Okay, here is my excuse for not having it:

I lost it. I can't find it anywhere on my computer but I'm absolutely positive I have it in some form or another on my flash drive.

Tomorrow! The day of opportunity!
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14 July 2009 @ 02:34 am
Happy Bastille Day! Today the French celebrate the event that sparked the French revolution. In honor of our Francophone friends, what is your favorite French thing? Bonus points for answers en français.
Yay! bonus points for my Français answer!!

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Current Music: Comedy by Jim Gaffigan
11 July 2009 @ 11:12 pm
All it takes is a blackout to realize how much we rely on electricity. What's your most memorable story from a power outage?
Well, strap yourselves in, because this is long.

One August day, during Hurricane Whatever ( I can never remember), my family (two brothers plus mom and dad), plus five cousins, two aunts, two uncles, and three friends/neighbors were at my house because we were the only ones with power because my dad builds generators and all that jazz. Well, during a particularly stormy part of the...storm, said generator ran out of gas and everyone was too chicken to go outside and fill it again so we were in total darkness. Somehow, my brothers, my mom, my dad, both aunts, and one uncle fell asleep. During this time, I got the bright idea to play Twister in total darkness. All five cousins agreed as did my uncle but the neighbors were left out because that's just too many people. So they spun the spinner thing. They also got the idea, since there were a great many of us, that once someone got out, the remaining players would restart the game (excluding said player) but they would also remove one article of clothing that the spinners chose. So, we have four girls (including me) playing against three guys in what was essentially Strip Twister. I ended up winning after having to remove everything but my bra and panties. Yeah, I'm a bit competitive. But, my consolation prize was getting to see the movies after the hurricane was over so I was happy.

In case you wanted to better visualize my outfit......Collapse )
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06 July 2009 @ 02:32 pm

Okay, here it is. My mystery story, originally written in over 40 paragraphs, condensed into five paragraphs, (as in, there are gaps in the storyline where a new paragraph started) written over the course of three days.

Title: He/She Never Saw It Coming

Rating: PG, pretty much unless you're REALLY sensitive about gross medical stuff. I am too, so I wouldn't worry.

Pairing: None really exept two people get engaged (nothing more than "I proposed to her"), because this was written for school.

Disclaimer: This is actually mine and it feels good to say that. I own everybody in here and the plot. This story is mine and everything else is too. If there happens to be some book or movie that is similar to this, it was definitely not intended to rip it off. This was created on a spur of the moment whim to have hot chocolate in a story because I was really cold.

Summary: When three different groups of people leave town suddenly in the midst of a brutal winter and everyone in town suddenly starts dying of some unknown disease, they are immediately suspected, no questions asked. The questions were simple; who and why. They already knew everything else, but the sneaky bastard(s) hadn't left the faintest trace of who had done it. So who was it? The poor physician, the estranged lover, the owner of the drink in question, or girl who was allergic to said drink?

Author's Note: Now that I think about it, the summary kinda makes it seem like Clue (which is not mine). It is nothing like Clue and was devised entirely from my deranged mind. Also there is a line in there from The Simpsons: it is not mine and hopefully never will be because then it would suck.

Without Further Ado,



He/She Never Saw It ComingCollapse )

Tell me how it was please? Kthx!
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06 July 2009 @ 01:53 am
The main thing up there was to say that I'm posting a story that some of you may find as pure unadulterated crap but entertaining at least. It is a mystery story about some one spiking famous hot chocolate, set in England, in the 1940's, in winter (because it's hot cocoa season =), and a doctor who sucks at his job, not to mention an almost insane and slightly revenge ridden young man named Trevor (can't have a good story without at least one of 'em right?) SO there. You have been warned. 

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Current Music: Cobra Starship - Bring It (Snakes On A Plane)