Jacked from aikea_guinea because it seemed pretty cool :]
Put your music player on shuffle, and write down the first line of the first twenty songs. Post the poem that results. Twenty-first song first line is the title.
Maybe we will starve and die
That's them, That's them
Here she comes in her palanquin
A coma might feel better than this
I just flew in, from the windy city
You got a mouth, don't you act like you ain't heard a thing
Link it to the world
This magical place that we've found
This world, it is not safe
Remove a bullet from my head
Every sick, fickle fucker
Our love was lost, But now we've found it
Those were the days of Elaine
Travelling, swallowing dramamine
Receiving dept, 3 A.M.
In a car outside, we stalk the idle kind
They've come to find you, Odalisque
Laura, are you still living there?
You know, we could have had a daughter
Your eyelids are made of lead.
Somehow makes sense, actually.
So the main thing: Year 12. Imagine a giant boot. Imagine said giant boot kicking you in the face. A hundred times. VCE ( Victorian Certificate of Education ) is basically this: have 5 hours of homework every night, then have a SAC ( tests, basically ) every week for one of your 5 classes, and then what? At the end of the year an exam for each class that makes up 60% of your mark for that class. yeah, not a typo. It's completely absurd the way it's run, and yet it hasn't changed at all :l
Admittedly, I really have no right to complain ( everyone has jobs, their own schooling, etc. etc. etc. ) but I feel like I should give a quick (not so quick, now, hah) reasoning for why i'm basically disappearing from the sims community ( this includes GoS, i really need to get back into regular updating, I feel horrible :/ )
Also, i've really just started to hate the sims :l it sounds horrible, but there's nothing keeping me playing? I'm hoping the new TS3 expansion pack will make me a bit more interested, but then i'm worried it'll just prolong the inevitable? Plus there's Dragon Age, which is ultra fun :D
- Grab the nearest book.
- Open the book to page 56.
- Find the fifth sentence.
- Post the text of the sentence in your journal along with these instructions.
- Don't dig for your favorite book, the cool book, or the intellectual one: pick the CLOSEST.
"She looked a question at James, which he answered with a barely discernable shake of his head."
OH GOD HOW SHOCKING
It's what I'm reading at the moment. Technically not the 5th sentence, more like the 6th or 7th, but the other one/two were three words, which makes this whole thing rather pointless.