So wait, if tomatoes are a fruit then wouldn't pizza "technically" also be a fruit? I mean, it shouldn't be considered an anything, but if people are going to waste their time on such a silly thing then they should at least be consistent.
Oh, so what kind of music do you like? Or is there a particular way to describe it all? (Piracy, to me, is kind of a bad habit, but I never did take it as seriously as I should have. I try not to do it outright, at least, but so descriptions of piracy are just pushing it.)
I'm going to make a guess that you like the place where you live then. See, I actually want to leave home for both reasons. Not only do I need to to get a good job, but I also want to leave for personal reasons. Speaking of which, what kind of job do you want that would require you to branch out? Do you have any clue at this point?
So do I. --Vegetables and fruits...God. The world is decaying, and the US Congress pushes papers to declare that PIZZA is a VEGETABLE because it has a couple spoonfuls of tomato paste. --Well, and I've heard debate and confusion over tomatoes being a fruit or veggie too many times in my classrooms. ...Botanically, it is a fruit. In cooking, it's considered a vegetable. Short answer; fruit.
...Yeah, the guy who denounced Pluto as a planet is a jerk. --Both. I rant about how some artists suck and others rock, all of the "piracy" stuff...
Ahhh. That sucks! --I don't know. I don't have a burning desire to leave the nest or anything. If I have to leave to get a good job, sure. Wouldn't leave *for the sake of leaving*.
Huh. Me too. I have a lot of very strong opinions about those types of things with the exception of the vegetable and fruit argument. But I will defend Pluto's planethood to the death Oh, and how do you rant about music, just out of curiosity? Like, in a positive way or a negative way (like bad artists or issues like piracy) I mean.
Well, it's a small town with terrible job opportunities and an abundance of very closed minded people. Southern small towns tend to be that way, and that's why I want out. So do you intend to leave town, even if you don't have to? I know that some people will move just to get away from their parents and the like.
I certainly hope so. I guess I'll take your reply or lack thereof as an indicator of whether or not you've had a horrible, school-related incident. Though that does sound incredibly pessimistic.
Social injustice, war, poverty, politics, capitalism, Pokemon, music, what constitutes a vegetable and what constitutes a fruit, ...Lots of things.
Both. Why so eager to leave town, if you don't mind my asking? --Me, I wouldn't have to leave town for college (unless I wanted to study something uber specialized), but I might very well have to leave town for work.
Well, I wasn't killed in my sleep, so unless I'm going to be run down on the way to school, everything should be fine.
Whoops. I misread that. Still, if my ranting could make things explode I would probably go into public speaking just out of spite. Like, imagine giving an all-important political speech with random explosions in the foreground. Actually, that's kind of terrifying to think about, so nevermind. So what kinds of things do you like to rant about/cause to explode, anyways, if you don't mind me asking.
Actually, I can sympathize with that. Well, to a degree. College is just a little farther off for me. Are you excited of it, or nervous maybe? Both? I want college because I want to get out of the town where I live, mostly.
Well it's smart of you to think ahead like that, definitely. People do crazy, unexpected things. It's just a good thing that you're almost sure nothing is likely to happen.
...By which I mean, until the world ends. Which will probably be a big explosion. Yep, I could rant that long, about lots of things.
I do and I don't. Learning is great, people are not. Music class is fun, anxiety induced nausea is not. I don't have too many problems. One more semester and I'm out--well, and then IN college.
Presumably. I seriously doubt anything will happen, but it's always nice to be prepared and think ahead. The guy was crazy enough to turn my brother's car into a dented catastrophe, so... ...But again, charges. Money. Problems. I'm pretty confident that nothing will happen.
That's also true. See, I like the minimalism on your character, and I think you've applied it excellently so far. My characters are usually more introspective, but that's also a huge part of my writing style.
My rants would last until the end of time, let me tell you. I really want to see this world exploding trick though.
Oh, you don't like school either? I know exactly how it feels to be the awkward invisible kid who doesn't talk. I hope you don't have too many problems with it, because school problems really suck. Especially since you have to go for a long time.
Gah. That sounds awful. You going to be okay? Presumably?
Depending on the character, LACK of expression or movement can speak volumes. My own character, Marcus. Minimalism.
I feel the same. (Depends on the subject, but I could rant 'til the world blows up.)
I'm kind of dreading starting school tomorrow. Anxiety disorder plus going out equals nausea and other pains. I should be able to cope, though. --"Should" being the key word.
Oh, and we might be terribly murdered, but that's terribly unlikely. Long story cut short, a jealous, gun wielding idiot may have our address. Considering he's already being slapped with charges and such, he probably wants to avoid more trouble--but I like to memorize escape routes and potential weapons anyway.
Hm, that's true. I try to at least include some expressions or idle movements to my dialogue if I have to write a reply, I don't know about you. Hopefully that doesn't make me look like too much of a bum. xD
Hey, I like compliments of most all varieties, even if they're just a return. (I can out-rant you. Watch me.)
Well I was tired earlier, but I guess not I'm in one of those conditions where I don't feel as tired anymore. I'm also dreading having to do some work for school. It's nothing hard, but it is certainly tedious. How about you? Anything other than tired?
Yes, precisely. Oh, yeah. Posts where all you're doing is, say, replying to a question, and then you have to write a bunch more so that you don't look like a bum. Minimalism has its uses in literature, though.
Returning a compliment isn't as kind as saying one right out of the gate. (Don't be. I will either be boring and not very talkative, or I'll be constantly chattering and ranting away. XD )