So, there's a fairly good chance i have mono......nucleosis. but more on that later
anyway I really wish when people would leave a comment
they wouldn't leave it as anonymous, so I could respond to them in a personal and more efficient manner, such as
"Well, Carly, that's an interesting point, but go get leukemia, you Eva Braun incarnate."
stuff like that.
So my friend Sophie is profiling me for her Journalism class, which should come out pretty soon: footage of me blogging (YEA THAT'S RIGHT), doing stand up, and a personal interview with all the Barbara Walters soft lighting and candles one could ask for.
Brandon has mono, and there is a good chance that I have mono, as we have shared drinks, lived in close quarters together and ENGAGED IN HOMOSEXUAL SEX (that'll do it)
I got the mono test today in the student health center (Mexico-quality, might I add) and as I walked out of the lab area, a girl who I'm slightly familiar with was staring at the Tweety-Bird band-aid on my forearm. This girl is particularly awkward, and has never acknowledged the fact we know each other until someone introduces us for the umpteenth time. So, our eyes met, and before she could ask my ailment, I inhaled slightly and spoke.
I went to my car, with a pep in my step.