Winter Break: Part Two(& Three)

December 30th, 2009 by Hanning Leave a reply »

I was planning on doing part two awhile ago but I didn’t have time so thats why its two parts ^^.

So anyways its just been me hanging out at home doing pretty much the same things as I would usually do on break. Been Wii-ing alot more though. Besides that I’ve gone to three parties…three consecutive days.

The first one was actually tons of fun to my surprise. Besides the usual adults, it was 3 college students…and me ><“. Well one, Melody or Karen or something o.o, was like 19 and shorter than me so I guess I related to that one the most? lol. The other two were a couple…married? I’m not sure but the guy was Asian and the girl was American so that was…different. I guess that got me thinking about me and Peggy…idkAnyways when he asked me what college I was going to in LA when I told him where I lived, I practically spit out my coke well I was like rofling in my head, and then when I said I’m in high school, he’s like “oh…….*awkward*”. So at our awkward table of 4 we first just asked the usual get-to-know-you questions and then they started askingme about like my favorite everything. Then the other guy, Jerry, started trying to guess every book we have to read in high school and half of them I’m just like thinking: wtf is that…never heard of it…I don’t think we even count as the same generation o.O. Then we started the very challenging game of guessing which movies Melody has seen, which let me tell you is like literally trying to find a needle (or needles should I say) in a haystack. I think the only point(s) I got were guessing Pirates of the Caribbean. 3 Cokes later…I was supposedly diagnosed with an addiction to Coke…yea right. Then we played cards: first go fish (yes I know) and then BS which was pretty pointless because everyone kept on yelling BS like everytime. Finally we drank coffee while watching rugby on tv. I didn’t even get wtf was happening it was like a mix of soccer and football with random group huddles o.O. So then on christmas eve this year I read mists… of course I would be spending the night of christmas eve reading mists >.>

I can sum up the other 2 parties in like two sentences…which probably says somethingabout that. The first one was on Christmas: Mists while exercising on a bicycle machine thingy…stupid present exchange game thingy…and a dozen of screaming little kids. Melody was there too but she hung out with the adult women. Second one: Finishing mists…watching little kids play wii…and poker. And that’s it.

Part 3: Today I went to a Japanese Restaurant for dinner… Ki Sushi was it called? Forgot o.O. Anyways I went with my family and these other 2 chinese people who are neighbors I guess you can call it that. It was realllllly delicious like totally no joke. I’m not saying its the best but considering the stuff that I’ve eaten recently it was beyond comparisen. The funny thing was the waiters were like all chinese lol…so it was like “sumimasen” ….*no response*. We got like a room to ourselves though with slidy door and tatami mats and everything…except the bottom of the mat was like cut through where the table was so basically it was like a seat o.O. So after everything was pretty much eaten, all the adults like started talking about stuff that adults talk about idk. I was trying to study but getting nowhere…you know how ap bio is. Then the neighbor lady was being all asian lady-ish idk how to explain it and she was all like saying how japanese people are bad because they are so nice to everyone else and everything, like they would rather do stuff for other people even if its to their own inconvenience than they would do stuff for themselves, and then when they get home they are super mean to their family…and something about how that leads to high suicide rates for Japanese people because they are so under pressure by always trying not to inconvenience others and keeping everything else bottled inside themselves. I was like getting pissed off inside because I was kinda thinking how I’m like that…seriously. Anyways besides that they were like going on about how life is so different here than in Japan, since my Mom lived there for years. Nostalgia is overpowering me ugh I think I’m gonna just stop it here.

Nostalgia is like a grammar lesson:  you find the present tense, but the past perfect!  ~Owens Lee Pomeroy  <—- Thought this was cute lol.

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3 comments

  1. k says:

    The other two were a couple…married? I’m not sure but the guy was Asian and the girl was American so that was…different. I guess that got me thinking about me and Peggy…idk

    American? I don’t think that is really proper usage, but whatever…

    Anyways when he asked me what college I was going to in LA when I told him where I lived, I practically spit out my coke well I was like rofling in my head, and then when I said I’m in high school, he’s like “oh…….*awkward*”. 

    Lol, people ask me that on the golf course.

    Finally we drank coffee while watching rugby on tv. I didn’t even get wtf was happening it was like a mix of soccer and football with random group huddles o.O

    Yeah, I don’t really get rugby either.

    Nostalgia is like a grammar lesson:  you find the present tense, but the past perfect!  ~Owens Lee Pomeroy 

    Lol.

  2. Benji says:

    As a matter of fact, I don’t think I’ve had one person ask me what college I went to. Does that mean I look more childish than you two? I kind of doubt it; maybe Canadian women and golfing old men are kind of bad at judging age? Hum.

    Soccer plus football? *shudders*

    And yeah, cool quote+pun. ^___^

    Then the neighbor lady was being all asian lady-ish idk how to explain it and she was all like saying how japanese people are bad because they are so nice to everyone else and everything, like they would rather do stuff for other people even if its to their own inconvenience than they would do stuff for themselves, and then when they get home they are super mean to their family…and something about how that leads to high suicide rates for Japanese people because they are so under pressure by always trying not to inconvenience others and keeping everything else bottled inside themselves. I was like getting pissed off inside because I was kinda thinking how I’m like that…seriously. Anyways besides that they were like going on about how life is so different here than in Japan, since my Mom lived there for years.

    The “afraid to inconvenience others” thing — I think you said that really well. It kind of also applies to me, too. Hehe.

    (Also k, there is a blockquote button now. ^__^)

  3. k says:

    There’s a strong possiblity that old golfing men are bad at judging age. And half of them think I’m Korean.

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