Friday, October 30, 2009

Whisper? Not Really I Guess...

There was a girl sitting a row in front of us in biology today with a her laptop. We noticed her desktop background was a photo of herself (like a close-up smoochy face photo) which is unacceptable. I proceeded to make some comment about how ridiculous it was (in a whisper) and then something about how the photo was way prettier than she was in real life (a messed up thing to say I know). The problem was that she was sitting right in front of us, and I didn't really use the most quiet whisper in the world. A minute after my comment she started rummaging through her photos on her computer (most of them of her) several times through. After a while she chose a photo of some guy in U.S. Army camouflage as her new background, which means she totally heard what I said. So if you see a story in the newspaper about a girl who killed herself because of a rude comment... it was my bad.


Yesterday I thought to myself how I haven't missed a class this quarter. Ironically, I slept in this morning and missed physics. I missed a quiz too but fortunately I can drop one or two of the lowest scores. Ugh I need to get to bed earlier...

Two Things..

First, I pulled a Dave today. I was walking from the ARC to the silo buses on a deserted path except for the guy in front of me. I started off far behind him, but I was walking faster so I caught up to him pretty quickly. Inevitably, he looked back at me in that smooth, casual way people have when they have to turn their head all the way backward. I think he stopped being creeped out after I passed him. NOW WHO'S THE CREEPER?
The second thing happened when I was on the bus. Two girls pulled the chord for the second stop (the one right before the freeway). They both got up when the bus stopped, and just as the first girl was stepping off the back door's steps, the doors closed and the second girl just stood there with a slightly bewildered look on her face. She didn't call out, "Back door!" as people often do, nor did she make any sound for that matter. She just sat back down in an embarrassed huff and took out her phone to rant about it to someone. Needless to say, I was up and out of my seat before the bus came to a full and complete stop in front of Lakeshore. The girl was still on the bus when I got off.

Thursday, October 29, 2009


Today I met a girl who said she liked school. I asked her why. She said because it is better than the alternatives. So I asked her if she actually liked school or if it just sucked less than her other choices....

Dave = Psychic

Dave can read my thoughts. And he's apparently working on inserting his own thoughts into my mind. Is mind control legal?


Don't you hate it when you feel like you have to sneeze and then all of a sudden it disappears? Yeah, me too! Or when you you just took an enormous bite of something to eat and then all of a sudden it is expelled from your mouth and into your hands. MLIA.

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Paranormal Activity

Dani and I have a demon in our apartment. He's actually been following me around since I was 8 years old, but I decided not to mention that part to Dani when we moved in together. So far he's opened and closed the door to our water heater numerous times and rolled around on the roof above our living room and my bedroom. If Dani turns up dead in a few days, it definitely wasn't me.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009


Today is windier than front row seats to a rotating fan convention.

Monday, October 26, 2009

Southern Californian Accent

Today in archaeology, my professor was describing one of her coworkers who apparently had the "cutest" southern Californian accent, whatever that means. Does that mean he was like, "Yeah bro! That pottery is totally gnarly bro! Tubular!" I don't sound like that and I find that very offensive!

(I don't really I'm just quoting Daniel Tosh)

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Windy Sunday

Why is it always windy on Sundays? We have a frisbee game every Sunday and that gosh darn wind makes life so difficult. Yesterday (and the whole week, for that matter) was windless, but no, not on Sunday. I guess Sunday is God's sigh of relief (hence the wind) and he just wants our frisbees to go haywire.

RAs On-call...

So C was on rounds tonight and doing so means checking all rooms for safety hazards. When C opened the door to the music room she walked in on some very frisky business. The guy definitely wasn't wearing his pants or shirt anymore. (Thankfully yes to the boxers at this point) The girl was wrapped in a blanket so the status of her pants is unclear. Each was actually wearing something though: looks of horror on having their RA catch them in the act. C managed to keep it together while she told them that the music room coach is not an appropriate place to be. As soon as she shut the door she cracked. Even now C is giggling to herself:)

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Chem in the Morning

A word of advice: don't wake up on a Saturday morning and do chemistry homework. It will put you in a bad mood for the rest of the day that is very tough to get out of.

Driving Home

Yesterday, I drove home. I was in the fast lane getting tailgated by this guy. I was going 80. He tried to pass me but I sped up just to be a jerk. Needless to say, he couldn't get past me, and he tailgated me for most of the way home.

Friday, October 23, 2009


I overheard someone on the bus today asking how to spell tomorrow. It's kind of a tough word... if you're in the fourth grade but the kicker is the guy he asked told him it was spelled "tomorow." And I thought college was supposed to be hard to get into.


I ran after the bus today with my arms flailing dramatically, saying, "Come back, bus, come back!" It didn't stop.

Thursday, October 22, 2009


Stepped in dogshit right before getting on the bus today. Tracked it from the steps to my seat, where I finally noticed its presence on the bottom of my left sandal. Every stop after that, the driver pointed it out to everyone getting on the bus. Incidentally, nobody sat next to me.

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Spider String

Dave and I were walking on campus and saw a couple Asians coming toward us (go figure). Then we noticed that a string of spider web connected both of their heads together. Then we laughed. Silly Asians.


So a bunch of us went to see Paranormal Activity last night, which is rated R, and I got carded. I'll be turning 20 in about 2 months.

Tuesday, October 20, 2009


Don't you hate it when you have chicken nuggets or fries, or any consumable substance that requires dipping into a delectable sauciness, and you run out of sauce just before you run out of your food? What I'm talking about is when you have only one or two chicken nuggets left and you run out of ketchup. Happened to me. I always try dipping the nugget into the empty space where the ketchup used to be until I see that the ketchup doesn't magically appear. Whenever I only have a couple chicken nuggets left, I always feel so lazy to get a little bit of ketchup. Is it really worth it for the last two nuggets, but I feel so empty if the last couple are lacking in tastiness. I'm always afraid that if I do get up to get the ketchup, I'll get way too much and I"ll end up just wasting it. Ugh such a hard decision for a little ketchup.

Pink Cell Phone

I met a guy in my discussion that has a pink phone. Yes, it was his phone, not his girlfriend's. Considering how quiet he is, I was surprised that he had the guts to get a pink phone to show off his feminine side. I asked him why he decided on pink and he said it was because no other guy had it. I wonder why...

Monday, October 19, 2009

Sleepy Alarm

Harry slept through his alarm, even though it was going off for over an hour and I could even hear it in my room. Nice.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Flippin and Drivin

Got flipped off by somebody in a car while riding my bike on the bike path. Have no idea why, but maybe that guy was showing off for his girlfriend in the front seat. Real cool, dude.


I noticed the other day that I have sort of become a stalker to one kid walking between classes (this is the same kid that i followed one day that was wearing the same colors as me). It turns out that we both have history and archaeology together so we walk to the same place everyday. However everyday he gets out of class a few seconds before me which means that i have to creepily walk behind him for about 10 minutes until we get to class. I think he notices me walking behind him too because he checks back frequently to see if I'm still behind him. I'd try and walk fast and pass him but he walks about the same speed as me which is already pretty brisk. And if I walk slower, I'll be even more late to class. One day I'm going to have to talk to this guy or get my bike fixed so I don't have to stalk him everyday.

Saturday, October 17, 2009


Once upon a time I found some moldy chicken in our refrigerator. Once upon another time I threw it away.

Friday, October 16, 2009

Bus Mistiming

Was gonna take the K line bus back to my apartment, but Q got there first (both were gonna leave at the same time), so I boarded Q. Somehow the windshield wipers broke, so Q wasn't gonna leave anytime soon. I then looked outside the window to see K drive away into the distance. So bothersome. I then proceeded to ditch Q and walked across campus to take the D bus. Yay me.

All Aboard!

After class, I calmly waited for the bus to arrive. As the bus pulled up, which was clearly marked Q, I stood up and waited for most of the other students to board first. Just before the bus was completely full, the bus driver called out, "This isn't the Q line." Everyone looked back at her confused and slowly climbed back out of the bus. Just as soon as the last person got back off the bus, the driver realized her mistake and corrected herself that it was indeed the Q line bus. Everyone grumbled and climbed back on the bus and everyone made it to their stops safely as normal.

Getting Friendly on the Bus

So this morning Dani and I were taking the D line and had the wonderful privilege of standing. On the turn from Arlington to Russell, the driver took it a little too fast and Dani was thrown into the lap of a small asian girl sitting behind her. Dani apologized profusely, but I don't think the girl spoke English because she didn't really respond. She just looked very tired and very upset, and Dani and I both thought she was going to start crying. Then she shook her head in a, "Why do these things always happen to me?" sort of way. Dani hung her head in shame for the rest of the drive.

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Out Of Class Early

Yesterday, my teacher was nice enough to finish lecture early and let us go 10 minutes early. Unfortunately, I still had to wait for the bus, which also is always late. Thanks Archaeology!

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Bearer of Bad News

There's a kid in my soc class who sits right up front every lecture and can barely restrain himself from raising his hand and giving 5 minute responses to questions that could be answered in a sentence. He also likes to harp on small details and argue about nothing at all. Someone needs to tell him the bad news; they don't give cookies OR gold stars in college classes.

New Member!

I would now like to officially welcome myself to THE BLOGGGGGG (said like "THE CLAWWWW" from toy story).

Monday, October 12, 2009

Just Drop It.

Same story as David.

Just Desserts

Today after the DC, Kyle, Alicia and I walked out of Tercero each with our take out dessert. I had an apple and was tossing and spinning it up and down in my hands. I jokingly said to Kyle, "Go Long!" We tossed it back and forth once as Alicia said, "I hope that drops on the ground." Just as she said that, her chocolate chip cookie dropped to the dirty, dusty cement. It couldn't have been more funny!

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Breakfast For Dinner



Our Ultimate Frisbee team won today! Dominated 10-7. The other team had a really intense player that wanted to trade frisbee "discs" to a UFA approved one at halftime. We said no, even after he insisted. Also, we could totally tell he was one of those frisbee fanatics who is a reject from a real sport. Too bad he lost.


"Teeth" is the worst movie ever made. Period.

Friday, October 9, 2009


Today, after history class, I had to walk across the entire campus to get to my next. This is normal for Monwedfridays. However today I noticed that for the entire ten minute trip across campus, a kid was wearing an identicle outfit as me. We both had blue jeans, a light blue shirt, and a tan backpack on. It was odd how well we matched and we were practically walking together for about ten minutes. He walked at the same speed as me at an even three feet ahead of me. I thought it was hilarious how we practically both looked like the same person. He even had short brown hair too.

Swine Floo

Discovered that Asha has the Swine Flu today. I really hope she gets better... and I hope I don't catch it considering I sat next to her in two classes today. Freakin' pigs and their damn flu.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Mutual Friends

I was on face book earlier today when i saw that my brother was tagged in some photos. Nothing weird there, so I took a peek. Although what i found seemed rather interesting and kinda weird. My brother, who is 8 years older than me, is mutual friends with some people that went to my high school and are my age. He probably even talked to them and knew them better than I did! It might not seem that weird but I guess you must come to realize that once you are out of high school, you aren't forced to associate yourself with the people in your same grade and ages start to blend. It just shows that we are all getting old...

Sneaky Sneaky

Today David, Harry and I noticed that Shannon's apartment door was open. So, naturally, we snuck up there and went inside and sat on the couch (without her noticing). She went back to the kitchen table, still unaware that we were there. Almost bursting with laughter, and sitting on the couch, she finally looks over and gasps in surprise (after like 30 seconds of being in the same room in plain sight). It was awesome. Awesome because we are so sneaky.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009


Amy and I finally got to ride the double decker British bus! It was so magical, except for the part when I got hit by a branch through the window.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Chem Genius

Asha and I (now called Ashimony and Kylogen in chemistry) are the geniuses of our chemistry lab period. Hazah!

It's Rude to Stare

So last week in one of my discussion classes, I was there a bit early since my previous class didn't take the full hour. As I was sitting there, awkwardly, with my peers, in my classroom waiting for the discussion to start, I heard someone start singing. I thought it was quite odd, so I turned around to see where it was coming from. Of course, it was the girl 2 seats behind me. She had her i-pod in, and was just singing. This went on for about 10 minutes before the TA came in and finally got the class started. I couldn't help but turn around several times. Today, in the same discussion, it happened again. Later, I saw her walking around campus, singing, out loud, to herself.

OH and, I saw a girl eat it trying to make it to the bus stop on time. Oh Davis, there are just so many weird people here.

Monday, October 5, 2009


So, today C and Kenny were walking down North Quad Ave(the street next to the death star). As they approach A St, the two see men at work with safety vests and work gloves. They are serious workers. As C and Kenny approach the men, they noticed that the men are staring at the ground where they had just repainted the STOP sign on the ground. The men seem puzzled. It's like they were thinking "Hmmm, something seems off but I just can't put my finger on what...." Well C and Kenny quickly see what is amiss. Just a clue guys, when you go to paint something on the ground it is usually a good idea to use a dictionary before the paint is sprayed. Stop is spelled S-T-O-P not S-T-P-O. No that is not a joke. Literally two grown men spelled a word most learn at age 5 wrong! On the University's campus! How embarrassing.
But that's not all. As C and Kenny returned from the copy shop, they were disappointed to see that the ground no longer read STPO. Instead the men had taken the O and P and repainted over the P and O. Now it reads S-T-scribble. Go check it out.
Unless someone with some spelling-savvy has already fixed it.

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Love Fest

Wow. Just wow. There were so many weird people there it was crazy. Nudity, drugs and dancing. And a topless girl doing chin-ups on the BART.

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Pot Luck

Today we had a giant potluck dinner at Eshan's apartment. It was so good. I made mashed potatoes (kinda) and there was bunches of good food. Yum

Friday, October 2, 2009

Thursday Started out Cold and Sleepy....

...but then I met Sunny.

Heading to lab at 8am is not my idea of fun, but school is school and C and I lazily rode our bikes to Roessler. We get to our lab room and the door is closed and everyone has the same grumbly expression we do. At around 8:05 the lab instructor next door let's us in and tells us to get into groups of around 4 and start working. C and I sit at the same lab table as last quarter, at the front next to the TA's lab table. So, we oblige and get to work with our other lab partners.....

At around 8:25, this girl walks in and askes me if I know where the head lab instructor is and I tell her he's next door. That was when I met Sunny. Everyone's working hard trying to get the lab done and Sunny tells us that she's our TA and interrupts our group to tell us that she needs our lab station and, eventhough we are about a half hour into the lab, she wants us to split up into the other groups and start from scratch. The way sleepy Kenny interpreted this request was "Hi, I want a 20 foot lab table all to my self, and I want you and your girlfriend to be in separate lab groups, and I want you to start the lab over with some other idiots who probably have crappy data, and I want you to do it with a smile all because I was 20 minutes late to my job!" ....Grumble.

C and I look at eachother and we agree that this is bullshit. We waste 10 minutes explaining to Sunny that we are half way done with the lab and it would be a riddiculous request to have us start all over again. After some broken english and Sunny insisting several times that it would be in our best interest to start the lab over, we convince her that she should just leave us alone....then we actually get some work done....until an hour into the lab....

One of the guys in our lab decides that he's not going to stick around and leaves because he's repeating the course and doesn't want to take the lab again. Sunny then approaches us again and says that it's perplexing to her to have a lab with only 3 people in it. (Last quarter I had a lab group with only 3 people, and I'm still alive to tell about it.) She says we should split up again, join another lab group again, start over with totally different data again (mind you, now we're an hour into the lab), and join other groups to make groups of 6 when the guy who runs the place tells us to get into groups of 4. C and I give eachother the "is this person for reals!" look and once again explain that it would be stupid to throw our data out just because you want the 20 foot lab table all to yourself. We easily convince her to leave us alone, telling her that next week we'll give her the 20 foot lab table and then be all smiles and giggles about it at 8 in the morning.... and eventually we finish the lab and get the heck out of there.

Moral of the story: My lab TA is riddiculous. My TA needs a 20 foot bubble during lab to sit by herself and play around with a lab set-up just so she can entertain herself and break up a perfectly functioning lab group. My TA thinks it's ok to stop a group 60 minutes into the lab and start over with totally new people....
But I can tell you that by next Thursday, I am going to sit in the front lab table right next to Sunny with my best friend....and I'm going to be all smiles and giggles.

Thursday, October 1, 2009


Wore my Charlie Brown shirt today. Oh... and FINALLY there's a cute girl in one of my classes - Bio discussion. Yes.

Olson 109

I'm not even going to try and describe it. You just have to look for yourself. You won't be disappointed. I promise.