Saturday, October 29, 2005

halloween chic

Halloween freaks me out. I know its meant to be scary scary, but I'm scared of it in the way that it emabarrasses me. I don't know why, but I have no interest in dressing up or seeing other people dressed up in crazy costumes. I guess people like to leave their own personality for a night and cause mischief. Thing is, I do that every day. The day for me means staying true to who I am even if I am holed up in my place for the weekend hiding out from the monsters and ghouls. I lucked out and got a job Monday in Lake Arrowhead interviewing Omarion in the late afternoon which means I can skip over Halloween all together. Boo Humbug.

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Chas Blackman said...

Listen, preachy. You can suck it.

I get to be whoever I want every day too, but dressing up is fun sometimes.

So shut the fuck up and get off it.

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