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Every time I have a great day I get on this awesome happy high, which is then followed by a dark few hours-long depression. Which I always sleep off perfectly, but still it sucks.

My first dat at my new school was fantastic! Three kisses and three slaps on the ass, the slaps were given along with one kiss, one was mutual the other recieved by me. And what is totally wierd is that I have a class with Robert and two with Scarecrow, which is cool.

Afterschool was a tailgate party and a football game, I went to these because my sister said I don't participate in my life so I went out and had a life. And I told her that was the reason I went, plus I wanted to see my friend cupcake play in his band. He's very good by the way!

And then after I've been home a while I send an email to a friend and he replies back shooting me down. I should be used to it by now, Robert was just a strange exception. I know I will never get married because there are no people like Robert in this world who would sincerely go for me. I should just shoot my self now and get it over with.

Plus there is a strange rumor circulating the school about me, which tickles me to death because I know it isn't true.

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Mad monkey fling poo!


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