Now, dating is hard. No. It's difficult. You think you met a nice guy and then his idea of a good time is taking you out and drinking until you pass out so he can take advantage of your credit card or worse your drinking tab, and you're left to pay the bill of $105.60. Online dating is worse, you wait for a guy and some old dude shows up and you turn and walk the other way. Or you are shooting each other messages and it's getting good but then he sends the picture that you wish you never saw, but then your friends take advantage of the pic and they send a picture of their knees back to make it look like a butt. Sometimes you get lucky though and you try a few dates, they pay for your food like you are a princess. Then, you decided to have some fun and get some free food with it. So, I decided to meet this guy, who in the picture had blue hair and was wearing a leather jacket. We decided to meet at the front of the Boston Pizza. However, there were two entrances, which we did not think about. I was on the mall side and I waited and waited, then I was texting him saying "I don't see you" and then at the same time an old east Indian guy looked at his phone. All I could think was 'dear lord I hope not.' Anyways, I walked into the Boston Pizza and had to admit I was on a blind date and I was looking for a guy. I was about to walk outside when a slender guy wearing skinny jeans and a plaid shirt with black hair walked in. He removed his sunglasses and revealed his sky silver blue eyes. Nice. I thought. Nice. So far he is cute. The waitress took us to our table and he both smiled nervously at each other and then at the menu. I ordered an iced tea I believe and Cody ordered his Pepsi or Coke, I can't remember what Boston Pizza serves. I asked my date if he was willing to split a pizza.
I had graduated from university just last year. I decided to pursue a different career path, so I am now at a different post-secondary known as Bow Valley College in Calgary. It has been six months since I last rode the bus, and it was my first day of school. As soon as I got on, I remembered why I hated transit. The whole bus smells of old socks and coffee breath from the morning crowd of the bus. I sit near the window and, of course, the next person that gets on sits next to me, and I can smell their overpowering axe spray. I forgot how rough the stops are on the bus; it lurches you forward, nearly throwing you to the next bus seat. I have not been on the bus for more than five minutes and I already feel queasy. It was finally my stop, and I thank the bus driver as I get off and head for the school.
Lately, a lot of people in the social circles have been praising Keanu Reeves. Some of us do not really understand the idolization of celebrities such as myself. I never found celebrities to be good idols, because tabloids and media make a cover of who that person really is, and the chances of meeting those celebrities are pretty slim. So I have been racking my brain to understand why Keanu Reeves is such as big deal, and here is what I found.
Some students like to take spring/summer classes to get some courses out of the way. These courses are often fast tracked, and you may not feel that you have time on your hands. It is summer and the weather is starting to look nice, and you envy your friends who are going to barbecues and enjoying the nice weather. You miss being outside. However, studies show that taking spring/summer classes are better for you mental health. This is because you are getting courses out of the way, and by the time September rolls around you can take less classes, and have less stress, and possibly get a part-time job.
It is that time of year again, where girls are shopping for grad dresses, boys are renting tuxes and wondering what girl they should take to the banquet or dance with. The grad banquet is all fun and games, there is then very often an after-grad party. Some will never forget that night or some will forget it all and not remember it by morning. Some high schools have a grade 12 day, where anyone who went to graduation does not need to go to school the next day due to the hangovers everyone is having.
Netflix has become so popular that they had started making their own movies such as All the Boys I've Ever Loved and other fun nonsensical movies. Finally, Netflix has released the movie titled Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile a movie that was about one of the most horrendous serial killers out there. The movie was so captivating and it terrified me in ways I thought could never happen. It was not a thriller, but it was psychologically hideous. Ted Bundy was one of the worst serial killers that had ever exist—however, his charm and wit had ladies falling for him from left to right.