I remember the last time I saw a blue moon was Halloween night, when I was 8 years old.
I just realized I returned the Milpitas Library book to Evergreen Library.
Yeah, that was stupid. .__.
So either they noticed and sent it to Milpitas, or they still have it and we can pick it up to return to Milpitas ourselves.
You too? :DD
I feel like rewatching Iron Man. :\
- Amanda: How did the pig get to the hospital?
- Me: Uh.... by Rolle's Theorem? :D
- Amanda: In a hambulance!
- Me: ... I liked mine better.
I didn’t know Vanness Wu sings in Japanese. o.O
So we went to watch Sherlock Holmes. It was great. :D
I think I’m going to go on a Robert Downey, Jr., craze now. LOL Iron Man 2 looks good!
Ok, tomorrow, must get down to business. :T
After seeing the reviewers’ ratings, it doesn’t feel right, wanting to watch Sherlock Holmes. I mean, I still want to watch it. Now I’m worried that it won’t be that great and a waste of money, or something. I feel bad because my dad wants to watch Avatar, which got better ratings. :< But if I don’t go watch anything, I’ll just feel even worse. I hate this.
Why do these problematic feelings arise whenever Rhea invites me to a movie? >:| Almost the same thing happened with Ratatouille. I was lucky I eventually got to watch it.
I only kind of wanted to watch Avatar when she invited me the other day. But it wasn’t enough to actually get me out to watch it. I know Rhea wants to watch Sherlock Holmes, too, and I’ll feel guilty if I don’t invite her and her mom calls later to complain about why I didn’t invite her. …What? I don’t know what I’m trying to say.
I never planned on watching Avatar, even though everybody was excited for it. After watching the trailer, it didn’t interest me. The story seemed okay. Now that I see it’s supposedly very good, would watching it make me seem like I change my mind so easily, to follow the bandwagon? Or would not watching it make me seem stubborn? I think, I’m thinking about this too much. ._.
Once again, Rainie Yang’s character is pissing me off. -.-
I want to go shopping. Or at least to go watch Sherlock Holmes.
But no one seems to want to go anywhere. We’re just sitting here.
My dad asked if I wanted to go watch Avatar. But Rhea already asked us to go watch it two days ago. I don’t want to watch Avatar.