August 30th, 2002

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so, i have something to say.

for several months, i helped pay someone's rent, bought his food, cleaned up after him, paid his bills. i was told by she that he was dating that she would cover his share of things; that was never forthcoming. fine. whatever. i can put up with a lot of shit. i had already put up with a lot of shit, in that living situation, starting from the day we signed the lease. however, i was NEVER told "thank you" for taking this person into my home, for sheltering him, for feeding him. not once. this person NEVER said "hey, you've taken me into your home, i must owe you something for bills, food, whatever. i don't have money, maybe i should clean up after my fucking mess instead." but whatever, it didn't much matter. my shit meter is high. but then i get shit like this pointed out to me, and i get pissed. really pissed. really, really, fucking pissed.

but then again, i can't expect anyone that would take advantage of a situation like that to be nice, can i?

we had other people stay with us for extended periods of time during our lease there, and they *gasp* bought food. and did dishes. and vacuumed. and mopped. and were generally pleasent to be around.

And if I do, since I don't live with them anymore, I see no point in even trying to be civil.


Fuck You.

(this would have gone as a comment in his journal, but i can't post there. surprise.)

[heh. anonymous comments are still on. *snicker*]
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this is going to sound ludicrous, since i live in Seattle, but... i haven't had seafood, other than fastfoody stuff, since i've moved here. Misty has requested non-Asian seafood at some point this weekend. anyone have any recommendations for somewhere decent? :)
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    friday :)

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i give, since i'm not going to do anything constructive in the next 10 minutes, anyhow...

1. What's your favorite piece of clothing that you currently own?

prolly either my men's dress slacks i got for 2.99 from st. vincent de paul or the skirts i've been making lately.

2. What piece of clothing do you most want to acquire?

my coworker Laura has this long sleeved lace white button down shirt that she wears as a jacket that i lust after.

then again, i lust after large portions of her wardrobe...

3. What piece of clothing can you not bring yourself to get rid of? Why?

any number of tied dyed high school t-shirts that you can read right through, but that have huge sentimental value.

4. What piece of clothing do you look your best in?

ankle length skirts and fitted tshirty things, i think. Ginger seems to favor the black bra of doom. i've also gotten favorable responses from garb, go fig.

5. What has been your biggest fashion accident?


my mom made this dress for me sometime in middle school that had a huge floppy orange sailor collar. the dress itself was white with multicolored hearts on it.

most of my life was spent in ripped up jeans and whatever tshirt seemed to be vaguely clean at the moment. this past winter, it was spent in ankle length skirts and whatever shirt seemd to be vaguely clean at the moment. this summer has been the cargo shorts of doom or ankle length skirts and ... you get the point. :) boring, maybe, but there's less room for error.