Mundane Monday

It’s Monday. You are looking forward to the weekend. You are regretting not doing your homework on Sunday night. You are procrastinating on tonight’s homework. You are on Facebook… It’s just another Monday.

That Friend We All Have

The One That Got Away

Definition: That girl who you met at your friends party and then added a day later. That week you were in a poke war and then you were texting her everyday, calling her every night, and stalking her profile every lunch break. Three days later you were four smiley faces from it being Facebook official and you have gotten their name tattooed on your chest. Unfortunately, and predictably, she finds out your real name,  discovers that her name is spelled wrong on your chest, and that you really aren’t an African Prince.

Now, well now, you don’t talk to them any more, your dream of becoming a stripper is dashed because you have the name Michelle Waters tattooed on your chest, and every time you log in you get to see that she is online. Yep, she is the one that got away.

Edit: Right after posting this I took my usual hit of late night cyber crack by logging into Facebook and realized that were three girls online that this applied too.

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    • Sterling Feeser
    • January 26th, 2010

    Brilliant, absolutely brilliant!!

    It sums up all the actions of American teenagers beautifully!!!

  1. Definitely a fan! You have managed to eloquently capture the lives of thousands of high school students. Touché my friend, an excellent job (though I expect no less). Keep it up!

    498 comments to go.

      • Another Day On Facebook
      • January 26th, 2010

      Thank you my good sir. Don’t forget to subscribe and share.

    • Christina Burcelis
    • January 26th, 2010

    This is really good!! keep doin it!! :D!!!!! ❤ ❤ ❤

  2. Hi i am kavin, its my first time to commenting
    anyplace, when i read this article i thought i could also create comment due to this sensible piece of writing.

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