I was watching one of my favorite movies, Jerry McGuire, and he writes a mission statement at 4 in the morning that he entitles "The Things We Think And Do Not Say." It got me thinking, what do I think w/o saying. What would my mental breakdown essay look like? I think a little came out last week, but this one will be much more fun. Please, Please, Please, leave your own versions of things that you think but would not say.
I hate tube tops: A) They push down your boobs and make them look awkward B) You can't dance with them on. C) You have to constantly pull on the top of your tube, like every 20 seconds. D) They'd look better with straps or if you had a real bra underneath with straps coming up from it.
It was worth the risk: I made a decision to possibly give up 1 friend/acquaintance this week, for the opportunity to make another. It was worth it. I consciously decided I'd rather be friends with neither, than be friends with the first with no chance at the second. I didn't tell the second that I was willing to give up the first for a chance w/the second, but I think the second knew this. It was worth it.
I don't like thongs either: They only look good if you have a perfect behind. Otherwise, girls should stick with regulars or boy shorts, which are my fav.
The gym is no fun without girls. I've talked to quite a few girls who would love to go to a girls only gym. I understand this, and I also know that from the depths of my own consciousness, they are right to want this. I know this b/c I went to the gym Friday afternoon and the ratio was 34-0, no girls at all...and I almost didn't want to be there. Not saying that seeing girls work out is my incentive to work out or anything, just saying it was something I thought.
Jeans are more comfortable than sweat pants. Tell me if I'm wrong.