Studying Criminology at NCPS in Melbourne :)
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True beauty and inspiration are hard to represent on a webpage, yet still we try.
This is how she answered the question: What is something you’ve done and regretted?
Miss USA: I regret picking on my siblings when we were young because you learn to appreciate them more when you grow up. But who doesn’t pick on their siblings when they’re young? But I don’t regret it.
HOW DID YOU WIN?!
Some fucktard today walked into the guy who moves all the trolley’s at Chirnside, then turned around and yelled “GO BACK TO YOUR OWN FUCKING COUNTRY”. If I wasn’t right next to my boss when I heard it, and saw who it was, would have punched that fucktard so hard.
Almost cried. But my boss thinks I’m tough as nuts so I didn’t.
Really not that good of a movie, at all.
I hate that the whole time I’m watching it feels like I’m watching Paranormal Activity.
There is no soundtrack.
The story line isn’t good.
I just watched The Help.
Holy shit. So many tears!!
It’s just such a brilliant story, and really makes you hate human kind.
Everyone should watch this.
People who work full time trying to tell me they need a holiday, because I mentioned I’m going to NZ soon and it will be the most time off work I’ve had since year 9, and them saying ‘yeah but I actually work’.
I have uni 2 days a week in the city 8.30-6.30pm which means I leave home at 7am and get home at 8pm. I work almost full time hrs, 4 full days a week. Which leaves me with 1 day off, in which I normally get assignments done or am studying for exams.
Don’t tell me you work more than I do.
Get over yourself.
I went and saw the movie today! It was done really well I thought! It was fun and complex, and sad (I definitely balled at the end). The characters were cast portrayed really well too :) Overall I definitely recommend it, but I also recommend reading the book first because it’ll be better.
The only aggravating thing was that Emma Watson’s accent faltered a little throughout the movie, but she was still pretty good.