So work tonight was splendid. It was fucking hot as fuck. But nice.
Now that my hair is getting longer I’ve noticed that dudes have been approaching me.
I’m so tempted to cut it because of the heat. However, I made a bet with my best friend Brittney. If that girl takes her dreads off I can cut my hair. Only exception is cutting an inch off dead ends and my bangs. Two more inches and I’ll be able to cover my chesticles with my hair. So weird. Reason being I fucking love having short hair. Less shampoo. Fast showers. No hair in my face. Easier to style. Buttfuuuuuuuck it.
I can’t wait for my day off. Gonna get my prescription norcos. Not to get high, but to reduce the pain I’m having on my right kidney.
This surgery needs to happen soon. If I miss my concert I’ll cry because Alex Turner will miss my epic poster I made of him.
Also, Ivan’s birthday is almost around the corner. I’m at a loss whether I should remain his friend. It’s so hard. We decided to remain friends and nothing more. My heart can’t fathom the idea of just being friends. Why is it that I’ll always be the friend? I hate to think low and highly of myself in that department. But I really hope I meet someone amazing that I can talk and do everything with. It would suck spending another year alone on my birthday. It’s two months away, but time sure does fly by faster than a blink of an eye.
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