I don’t like people feeling obligated to buy me things and asking what I want/need, when there’s not really anything that I actually want/need. It kinda defeats the whole purpose of things when you ask me straight out what to get me. And then it makes it obligatory for me to buy them something in return. It’s all a bunch of hoopla!
Just when I thought that maybe, just MAYBE, my horrible roommate may have decided to drop out of college and not return, and that I’d be sent a new AWESOME roommate who is clean and flushes the toilet, and who doesn’t have odd tendencies that resemble that of a serial killer-rapist, and we’d become the best of friends… Douche bag arrives home. You win some, you lose some.
In Order To Make Up For An Absence And NOT Get A “C" On My College Transcript...
… I have to write a 3-4 page paper, SINGLE SPACED, about 2 pieces of lighting/sound equipment and why one is better than the other. This just might prove to be my best bull shit work EVER! Gotta love life!
If You’re Going To Attempt To Be Grammatically Correct...
… don’t half-ass it. An apostrophe DOES NOT double as an accent. Fiancé would be the correct spelling… not fiance’. And there’s no need to attempt to show off by calling him “fiancé”… He has a name. Then again… this is the girl who also used to address him as “boyfriend”. -_-
12. “I hate working flights to destinations like Vail and West Palm Beach. The passengers all think they’re in first class even if they’re not. They don’t do what we ask. And the overhead bins are full of their mink coats.”
4. Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) West Palm Beach’s airport is the home of the entitled passenger. We’ve had flight attendants be told “I don’t talk to the help.” We’ll have passengers who don’t feel like they should have to walk through the airport, so out of 100 passengers, at least 25 of them will request wheelchairs. And then by the time the plane lands, of course, a good percentage of them just up and walk off. They are unbelievably demanding. They’ll ask for a soda from a flight attendant then put it in their bag and immediately demand another one. They’ll walk off the plane with six or seven drinks and a pile of snacks in their bag. And if you’re delayed, you can be sure you’ll hear some smart comments. They expect to be on time regardless of everything else that might be happening on any given day. One time, we were delayed arriving at PBI from another flight, and we walked past the passengers to board the plane and one actually said to us, “Glad you could join us.” As if we were sitting around the crew lounge and just didn’t feel like being on time. These people are unbelievable. I can pretty much keep the cockpit door closed and not have to deal with it except for the flight attendants coming up and being enraged because the passengers are so rude. Events like these happen a good 80 percent of the time at PBI. It doesn’t make for the greatest day of flying.
So, today I saw the young man I am in major like with.
He walked in, adorable as usual, and took a seat towards the front. Now, I do that awkward thing where I can’t help but want to look at said person, so I cut my eyes back and forth from them as quickly as possible so as to not draw an…
He sounds awesome. He’s wearing a HARRY POTTER shirt!!!