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June 11

Surprise, surprise! My best friend had THE most wonderful time yasterday, while I ws bored at home. She was with her boyfriend, kissed him 2 times, and she was the centre of attention. I’m not jelous, or at least try not to be, but it’s very hard because she’s so pretty and stuff!!!

Today wasn’t a bad day, though. School wasn’t THAT bad (I survived) (lol), and he asked me what I’d done in the weekend. Actually, I was going to continue the conversation, but surprise, surprise! I didn’t! Well, I know I’m terribly stupid, so don’t comment. I know I should’ve continued, and next conversation he starts, I’ll continue, like I did with the icecream conversation.

Well, no more news for today… good mood does take the wants to write! And I also have to go ans study.


11 June 2007 at 10:23 pm 1 comment


Marriage is the most wonderful thing of all, to be untied with someone you love deeply for life, to raise kids and to die by their side? Is it really so? Of course not. Everyone knows that’s just a view for five-year-olds or dreamers. We all know real life is much different: most couples end up divorced, for some reason or other, and their love ends almost instantly. And on top of everything else, they go and marry again.

It all starts happily, with a vow to living with each other for ever and ever, then continues with their first children, then it all starts getting worse with finantial problems, how to raise kids, that love is fading.

What is to happen but a divorce? Something both parents think is better for their kids and overall lives. But then they find it hard coping with sleeping alone in the bed, they find it difficult sharing kids, they find annoying all the legals things, they find it complicated coping with unhappy children. So what do they do? They look for another partner, be it a blonde woman twenty years younger, or be it a cute, sweet guy. And they’ll try again.

The children will also be very unhappy. It’s the most difficult part of all divorces. I’m not sayiyng it because I experienced it; my parents are still in the child-making section of it all. No. I’ve got the account from my friend who experienced it rather reacently.

Unhappy marriages isn’t something new. It’s been something occuring from the beginning of time, but divorce, for common use, is something rather new, so they have at last found a solution to their unhappiness. But I ask: What kind of solution is that of a bussy life from realationship to realationship? It’s just a vicious cycle, going on and on aimlessly.

11 June 2007 at 10:08 pm

Humans with primitive developement

This article was written by my sister, Maria Camila, the scientific one of the family. Even though it’s not exactly scientific, it’s still very funny and I throughly recommend it. Enjoy!

After observing some humans (homo sapiens sapiens), I come to the conclusion that more were seemed prehistoric men, without development as that of a current human. One of the characteristics of these people is that they are generally all the time with the column arched that gives them aspect of monkey. Also I have noted that although they are capable of understanding everything perfectly well, it takes them too long to process the information and generally they take a lot of time to realize what they’ve been told. Besides these humans with primitive development seem to have problems using tools such as cutlery and pens and hold these objects in a very impractical way, complicating their use.

These people have no mental delay or cerebral illness because if they were among prehistoric people, their development rate would be nothing out of the common.

I have also noticed that this people in general are inattentive (with their open mouth) and are thinking about anything else, or simply not thinking, that is to say, with their minds blank. The primitive men are used to laughing at anything and they have a tendency to need someone that does everything for them (including thinking).

I would like to clarify that I do not think that a person that has a mental delay or problems in the school is a human with primitive development. A boy can do very badly in school, but at least he knows how to use a pen, and he doesn’t get stained and writes more or less fast.

11 June 2007 at 9:33 pm 1 comment

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