I realise i should probably keep in contact with my old group alot more than i should have, BUT I'M SO DAMN LAZY. I know a 'Hi How are you doing?' will suffice, but when i think back to them, they remind me of high school days. Don't get me wrong, I loved my high school days, just I haven't felt the need to reminisce stuff that happened a year ago. I'm not old enough for that. =) Also, I did try, but I did lose my phone way back in january and lost EVERYONE'S NUMBERS. Facebook is cool too, but I'm lazy to click a few buttons as well. Nothing personal against them, and I feel guilty, and if i do it now, its cuz i feel guilty, I want to be able to greet them like i mean it, not because it's right to do so.
On the subject of facebook, That news feed you get is the most nosiest thing ever. You get to see what your friends are up to, and also how people from your high school that you never liked are doing. I have a whole load of those. Especially one, I don't hate her, but her personality really doesn't appeal to me. It's partially because she broke our trust at close friends with her jealousy. She didn't have to be jealous, she was still better than me at everything, which to this day, I still don't get. I guess the girl has got some serious psychological problem. Well Miss N [let's leave it at that.] is happily doing well, has a ticket to oxford university, is gona be a doctor and is gona travel South east asia spreading her goddamn smiles around. She's gona do the world of good, because ever since her genius popped up at 5 years old, thats what she's meant to do. and she's gona get more beautiful than she already is and have an intelligent degree under her belt and i wouldn't be surprised is she did become a superstar with a herd of men behind her every step. And yes, who wouldn't be jealous? I know i am because I'm just the average jo-..sephine. The one that will graduate with a 2nd and go on to do an average job in a company, starting from the bottom and will find it incredibly hard to find a nice guy. I don't mind a normal life, but thank you facebook for rubbing in my face that i will never be as successful in life.