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March 6th, 2002 - 4:31 a.m.I'm Currently Avoiding:
Nobody ever frigging updates anymore and this bothers me. I need to have things to read to procrastinate people! Pander to me, damnit! Ha. The reason why I'm updating again only a scant hour after I updated last time is because I remembered what I wanted to discuss. And for the first time in awhile, I want to speak of what I've seen on tv. Although I've probably ranted about movies and things before, I don't think I've spoken of actual episodes and things lately. So. My television watching earlier consisted of Buffy, As If, and The Random Years...all on UPN. Normally I'd just watch Buffy (once I watched Roswell after it b/c I was just too apathetic to change the channel), but tonight I wanted to see the little half hour shows afterwards.
Buffy was interesting. Once they gave away the hints that the wedding was going to end badly I sort of foresaw that the wedding would be called off. And when I saw that one guy...D'Hoffryn or whatever his name is, you know, that guy who's king of the vengeance demons or whatever. The Head Vengeance Demon whom all other Vengeance Demons report to for assignments. Once I saw that guy I knew Anya was going to be offered her old job back. I don't know if it's annoying or compelling that they sort of left it open whether or not Anya was going to take it or not. I don't know...given that Buffy's in an insane asylum in the next one (according to the previews anyway), I think it might be likely that Anya does. But I don't know, maybe the comedic relief villains are responsible.
As If...well, it was...I don't know. I guess it was sort of realistic. I don't know, it seems like it was all...argh! I don't know, I can't explain it. It seems too much like some other things lately that I haven't actually seen. The Random Years has one of those guys from Boy Meets World, but I didn't realize it because it's been a very long time since I even saw a snippet of that show as I flipped the channels. He looked familiar to me, but I couldn't place him, so I looked it up. And now I know. Anyway, before the whole "Boy Meets World" thing which may prejudice me against the show b/c I'm not entirely sure I liked that show, I really found it funny. It amused me. Maybe it's just the title or something, I don't know. But I'll probably watch it again (at least next week since I won't have anything to do anyway) to see if I still like it or if I don't like it.
I'm cold. I'm going to wear my leather pants tomorrow and people will ask me if I'm going out someplace because every time I dress up in even the slightest manner, people always ask me that. I don't know why and it annoys me that they ask that. I don't see why I have to have some special event to be going to in order to put on something a little unusual. Can't I do things because I feel like them? Why does there have to be some special thing I'm supposed to attend before I can dress up? Maybe I want to dress up to cheer myself up, or to remind myself of the fact that I only have to get through 3 more days before I have a week off? Or hell, maybe I just haven't done laundry for awhile and that's all I have left in my closet! The point is, my dressing up should not automatically be met with the question, "What are you doing?" or "Why are you dressed-up?" or "Going somewhere special?" I should be able to just dress up at any time for any reason, or no reason at all, and people shouldn't question this fact damnit!
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