The walrus said, to play them such a trick.
After we've made them run so far,
And made them trot so quick.
The carpenter said nothing but,
"This butter's spread to thick".
Daily Irony: A lie to spare someone's feelings often can result in this person being taunted (i.e. saying someone looks good in a hideous dress. Later they might be made fun of because of it).
I'm really kind of running out of those.
The poem is called "The Walrus and the Carpenter" by Lewis Carroll (also the author of Alice in Wonderland). You can read the rest here. It seems odd that Disney ruined those books. They combined the two books he wrote: Alice and Through the Looking Glass. It's seems a shame.
So Sandy Hill was interesting. I thought I'd have more trouble getting to sleep but it really wasn't a problem. Then there was that dance at CHS. It was like VF's except more people making fun of me. Mike N. was sitting at a table looking depressed so I sat down next to him and also looked depressed. Then Tim and some more people joined us.
Soon Maddie came over and said "You guys look so depressed!". It was so funny.
I hate Xanga Lock! It's so stupid! It prevents people that aren't logged in from getting to a certain Xanga. UGH! What's the point? Is the theory that stalkers are too lazy to get a Xanga account? How does it protect you? WAKE UP, PEOPLE!
Moving on some more...
Dain and I made up a word: Shna (pronounced "shnah"). It is a noun (i.e. "He's such a shna!") that means that the person thinks maturity means talking about the physical appearances of girls in a crude and annoying manner. We were eating lunch at Sandy Hill and Seb K. was in my cabin and was being a shna. I think it's funny that he thinks that is maturity and therefore it will get him a girlfriend, yet more people in our social group have a boyfriend/girlfriend. The adjective is "Shnay", and the verb form is "Shning".
I hate shnas.
Okay then... I think I'm done.
So the summary is:
Sandy Hill was fun.
Dance was stupid.
Xanga Lock is moronic.
Shnas are annoying.