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07 April 2010 @ 05:44 pm
BLERGH  
John has been noticing that I've been irritable and tired lately, so he's been asking "Are you ok" and "How are you feeling" a lot. I hate it when people ask me that, especially teachers or employers. Most of the time, what I want to say is "I want to fling myself off of a bridge because you drive me to the edge of despair," but you can't really say that to a teacher or employer, can you? No, you cannot.

Now Gwen wants to do personal interviews with us, and I tell you, if I have to make conversation with her for 45 minutes, I might slip and say things like "Graphic design makes me want to punch a baby in the face" or "Your class makes me want to OD on soda." Hopefully, I can control myself and retain some sort of professional facade in the face of impending doom.
 
 
 
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letranbe_tran on April 9th, 2010 03:39 am (UTC)
Always response with some that sounds so outrageous/sarcastic. Example:

People: Are you okay? How are you doing?
You: Like rainbow and sunshine!