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It's toga day, uh....morning so far, haven't gotten off to school yet and I'm still fussing with this toga. I have NO idea how to put it on. I swear if i was a guy this would be a whole lot easier, they don't have to deal with covering up boobs. --.-- I'm usually not into the whole spirit week thing, not for this school anyways because unfortunately, i dispise it. ha! and Ironically no one really knows that because i'm a "good" student or have been occasionally been called tthe "smart girl." You know with that rep you're suppose to like the school and all. But who doesn't want to wear a blanket to school? It's one of those things where your inner child comes out and says "I want to play too!" If only i can get this thingy to attatch right!!

Oh, and you know before you go to sleep your mind is was last night and this is what came to mind. What is alt? I know what control is, i know what delete is but what is alt? That little lonely key stuck in the middle there. And what does alt stand for?

Just got the top fixed of the toga...actually switched out sheets...lets see what i can do about the bottom. I'll tell how it goes later...

I'm in a nutshell

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by Concept

Nice write
I agree with Jessica; you DO have a catchy way of writing. I hope toga day goes well for you too. It would be interesting to hear. Good luck and thanks for sharing.


( Posted by: Char [Member] On: September 30, 2004 )

It did stay attached...luckily. 18 safety pins made sure of that. Though, it did make going to the bathroom a little tricky because I couldn't take it off...took me long enough to put it on. That brings to mind a question. You know those old puffy ball gowns, how in the world did women in that era every go to the bathroom, considering they needed help getting dressed! I wonder...

Thanks for taking the time and reading my stuff!

( Posted by: Concept [Member] On: October 1, 2004 )

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