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How to Theater Hop Pt. 2

Fifth Tip: Concessions. I usually arrive at the movie theater about 20 to 30 minutes before showtime to allow for long concession lines. And trust me you’ll need it if you go during the weekend. Lines are gonna get crazy long. I should know since I used to work for a movie theater. Oh and if you’re going to a Marvel movie, let me warn you. Go an hour ahead if you are going opening weekend. God, I worked both the Avengers opening and the Iron Man 3 weekend. That shit was crazy and packed. There were lines just to get into the theater to find seat, like before the movie before it even finish. It’s a mad house in there. So long story short, go early for popcorn and soda. Oh and get a large. You’ll be staying there most of the day, so get all the popcorn you can get. If you want to spring for a drink, get a large, since both get unlimited refills the day you buy it.

Hint: Buy candy at the grocery store. Even some drinks if you want. Everything is as expensive as fuck at the movie theaters. What normally cost $1 is going to cost you $4.

Sixth Tip: Before you go into your theater, scope out the place and figure out which theater has which movie. You need to know where to go once your movie is over. Also check to see it they have an usher checking tickets. At the one I go to, if it’s slow, they only have one at the very front, but when it’s gets busy, they split it up and have someone checking tickets for each wing of theaters. If that happens to you, you’re plans are going to changed because it’s harder to theater hop when the movie you want is in the other wing and they’re checking theaters. This is why you should have list movies and different options to see.

Seventh Tip: Do not be obnoxious when theater hopping. Like seriously, don’t be screaming to your friend that you found it. Act normal and be just a little more serious than you normally are. You don’t want to draw attention to yourself. Walk into the theater, take your seat and enjoy the wait till the lights dim. If you have assigned seating, well I’d advise you to wait until the movie starts to find a seat. People tend to continue to roll in during the trailers but they should all be there once the movie starts.

Hint: Most shifts don’t end until six, so if you’re getting popcorn in between showtimes, go to another concession worker. Also don’t make eye contact with those ushers who are waiting to clean the movie theater. You don’t want them to remember your face the next time they clean your theater. Unless they’re hot, then go ahead, blind them with your flirtatiousness. Once it passes six though, you’re home free. They’ll mostly be all new people.

Eight Tip: Enjoy the movie and relax. Try to eat something, but it’s not a big deal if you don’t. I’ve realized I’m not that hungry once I get sick of popcorn. Just keep a drink with you though, you will get thirsty.

Hint: Do not take in pizza or something that will stink up the place. You are trying not to draw attention to yourself, not get everyone to glare at you. Another tip, is to get your money’s worth. I always get a refill on that soda and drink before every movie, even if I don’t finish it. I also get another refill before I go home. You spent your hard earned money on that popcorn and drink. So get as much out of it as you did on that ticket.

So there it is, my guide to theater hopping. Enjoy your next trip to the movie theaters and don’t get robbed blind.

How to Theater Hop


I started to theater hop when I was in fifth grade. My dad taught me and it’s something he passed down to me. So I want to pass it down to you, at least my version. When my dad taught me and did it, he was more spontaneous about it. I, on there other hand, well this was just hinting at how much of a planner I am. And I was just twelve.

First Tip: Well, this isn’t necessarily a first step, but it was mine. Since I only got money the four times I got a report card. If I got all A’s, I usually got a $100 and I’d have to make it last for three months. I.E. I had to know what movies I was going to want to watch and which ones where going to come out. That’s why I have a list of movies one to two years in advance, even if I don’t need it know. It still helps with anticipation and enjoyment. Anyways, this step is about researching which movie you want to watch. I made a list of movies for each month and weekend. Looked up movie trailers and posters and etc. I then would put them in order of must see to can skip.

Second Tip: I usually had one movie I absolutely had to see every month and a couple extra that I could choose to sneak into. The movie you have to see will determine when you, like release date. If it comes out friday, do you want to see it the day before? (it used to be midnight but not anymore) Or do you want to wait till saturday or sunday? It’s super busy friday evening and all of saturday. Sunday is a pretty chill day, but there are a lot more families. Friday morning or Sunday afternoon are the best because either people are in school or work or are getting ready for school and work the next day.

Hint: I would totally recommend going to the movies during the week as it’s basically empty and there are no lines for anything. (unless it’s the holidays then well scrap what I just said)

Third Tip: Money. As I was always tight on money, I always tried to see a movie for under 20$. It’s possible but it requires a bit of work. For one, I go see movies in the morning. Most movie theaters have matinee pricing before 6pm. I remember when it only used to cost $6.50 but the lasted price I paid was $8.50. It’s more expensive than it used to be, but hey, it’s like two dollars less than a ticket in the evening. (I do have to point out that it cost more for RPX, 3D, or Imax, but it’s still cheaper than going in the evening). Of course you can go when ever you want, but thats just my tip

Fourth Tip: There is another reason I recommend to watch a movie in the morning, especially if you’re going theater hopping. It gives you more time to see other movies. Most movies are at least 1 hr and 40 minutes long. The longest movies I’ve seen are like Harry Potter or Hobbit movies, which tend to run over 2 hrs. So once you’ve picked a date, look up how long every movie you want to see is, and write down every showtime for every movie. This is when math come in. Pick a time for the movie, calculate when the movie will end, and try to find the nearest showtime for the next movie. Sometimes you will need to adjust when you see the movies you want, unless you want to wait like another hour. But if that’s the only time, well you’ll just have to wait. This is when friends come in.

Hint: Most movies allow you to sit down in the theater about 20/30 minutes before the next showtime, i.e. that why they have that 20 min show about upcoming stuff. Also whatever time your ticket tells you that the movie starts, it’s actually about another 20 minutes before it actually starts as you have to go through movie trailers.

To Be Continued….

The Battle of the Movie Theaters

I grew up with Regal movie theaters. The first ever movie I saw was Sky High in the theatre only five minutes from my house. From then on I was hooked. Going to the movies is a favorite past time of mine and I don’t even care if I go alone. I just love the popcorn and huge screen and the surround sound. It’s not something that can be replicated. You can try, but I would still rather go the movies. So it’s not really crazy when I decided to stay an extra week in San Antonio to watch Guardians of the Galaxy in my movie theater, because I feel like the one by my house is that, my movie theater. Plus, Dallas is overrun by AMC’s and this one is a Regal Cinemas.

If I was being non-biased, I’d probably pick AMC, because the one closest to where I live in Dallas has been recently revamped with new seating and you can even eat as you watch a movie. While the Regal by my house hasn’t really been updated since I started watching movies there, other than the one screen which they updated to RPX. Which I love by the way, as the IMAX seats in AMC are uncomfortable to sit in if you have big hips, so I’d rather watch Guardians in RPX, which is the Regal equivalent to IMAX. I should know because I worked at my movie theater. It was my first job. That probably makes me even more biased, but it makes fun and enjoyable to go watch a movie where I know almost everyone who works there. But it does let me see the downfalls of Regal, because that theatre does need to be revamped and updated. But when you watch a movie it all just fades away. Unless of course the seat you are sitting in, is digging into you because you are to big for it. Insert eye roll here. (Oh and by the way, it was the most expensive ticket I’ve bought as well since it was Imax and 3D. So not worth my money.) But the regular AMC screens and updated chairs are better than the one at Regal, but it’s the popcorn that breaks it for me.
Popcorn is everything when it comes to watching a movie, and I loved the popcorn at Regal. Can you imagine my love when I got to eat it for free on my breaks? Ah, it was delicious. (I didn’t even gain any weight :P). But when I tried the one at AMC wasn’t the same. I have a feeling it’s the butter salt. See at Regal, we have regular salt that is set on the condiment stand, but we also have a yellow salt, which is basically butter salt, at least thats what I call it. It’s better than regular salt and am I realizing is what separates popcorn from movie theater popcorn. But AMC does have butter pumps outside of the concession stand, which I wish Regal had. I usually have to ask for extra butter layered. (Layered is when fill the bucket halfway, add butter, fill it up and add the rest of the butter. It’s delicious)
Oh! And don’t let me forget about the rewards program. The Regal Crown Club is free. You don’t have to pay for it, and you get points for every dollar you spend. AMC’s reward program requires you to pay for it. Like, what? Why should you have to pay even more than the 50$ yours going to spend anyways? Thats why I love Regal. You get something for free every 50 points and you can usually upgrade for just the difference. An 8$ large popcorn becomes 2$ and you can sneak in your drinks. It’s the best.
I also have to mention theater hopping. If you’ve never heard about it or never done it, it’s when you pay for one movie then sneak into another. The most I’ve ever seen in one day is four movies. It’s the funnest, especially with a friend or two. My dad taught me to do it the second time we went to go see a movie and I did it until I started working there, when I got to see movies for free and there was no need for it. But as I worked there, the signage changed. When it used to have a picture of the movie and the name, my theater replaced them with just numbers, which makes it really hard to find the movie you want to see without getting spotted ducking in and out of rooms. Oh and let me spill a secret. When I was younger, I was always scared that the one person who walked in to the theater with that clipboard. I thought they were counting the number of people and would noticed an extra person or something. It’s why my friend and I always chickened out when it came to R movies. So let me tell you that they are not counting. They are checking for the quality of sound, picture, air conditioning, and to make sure no one is recording. And if someone is counting, they do not know how many people bought tickets. It’s probably to guesstimate how many people are going to be needed to clean the theater afterwards. But anyways, AMC makes it easier to theater hop, since the show the name of the movie and what time it started is posted just outside the door. Regal never did that. I always had to look online. Recently though I’ve stopped movie theater hopping. But I did forget that AMC now has assigned seating, which I hate, but as long as you wait until the movie starts (20-25 minutes after the posted time) you’re good.
*feed should be feet, my bad
Winner: If I was unbiased I’d probably pick AMC because it’s updated and new. I’d just have to try to get hold of the butter salt. But truthfully, Regal is my top pick. If I had to go one or the other, it’s Regal. I love the rewards program and of course the popcorn.

I Couldn’t Go To Sleep… So This Happened

I’m sure everyone has had nights where they just didn’t feel tired. Yesterday/today was one of those times for me. So of course, instead of trying to go to sleep, I get on tumblr. Scrolling through my dash, I came across spoilers/pics of the OUAT set for season 4. One thing led to another and I ended up looking up where they were filming. I knew it was in Canada, but I didn’t know where exactly. So anyways I looked that up, found out that it was near Vancouver, and before I could get sucked in even more, I switched over to Instagram.

Have you ever seen a picture on Instagram and have totally fallen in love with the location that you want to go? Well that’s what happened to me. I was scrolling down my feed (I should probably not do this if I want to go to sleep) and came across a picture of Crater Lake. I mapped it out as well, realized it was only about a state or two away from where OUAT shoots and ta da, a road trip is born.

I had seen a Kandee Johnson birthday blog where she went to Lake Tahoe, and suddenly everything went into overdrive. I brought up my trusty google map, reverted to the old version with my places and set out on laying out the first draft of my road trip. I had already started thinking about traveling within the US when I realized just how close Dallas was to Oklahoma. This just made it into more of a reality. I’ve wanted to go back to Lake Louise ever since I went like five/six years ago, so I threw that into the mix. I also wanted to visit San Francisco, Seattle and Portland. Then I just started looking around on the map and googling for best sights in the northwest, or just remembering about trees big enough to driver through and what not, and not two hours later came up with a road trip that would span most of the west and go into Canada and make it’s way back to Dallas.

It’s a lot for only two hours, isn’t it? Did I overkill it? This is just what happens when I’m not tired and my traveling bug takes hold. Like I literally am looking at the freeways, how it would best make sense to go everywhere and waste little time in driving around. Looking at the map I’m able to figure out what should go together and in what order. But that’s just my over planning brain. Except I’m half serious about actually going on this road trip. Like I’m serious. The only thing holding me back is money, the fact that I would have to drive, and me needing to a do a little more research into this thing, but hey, it’s completely possible. And it’s exciting to think that I could actually do this. That there isn’t anything or anyone holding me back. It would be worth it. Trust me.

I should probably go to sleep now. Anyways here is my trip plan. (And it’s not all the way zoomed into the cities, so there’s more that you can’t see.)

Developer: Revisited

My last post was the beginning of the revisit to my hair guide. With the new experience of dying my cousins hair, I think I should give the developers another chance. http://incandescentduality.tumblr.com/post/72918665565/part-one-choosing-developer-my-first-tip-is-to Like I said in the last post, I usually stick with a 20 because its not as harsh as the 30 or 40, but sometimes you need the strength. 

My cousins had thick, frizzy, wavy/curly hair and it was a bitch to bleach with a twenty, hell even a thirty. So I would recommend a 40 vol. I would watch it and leave it in for 20 to 40 minutes. I also recommend tying a bag over it to keep in the heat, and even blast it a couple times with a hair dryer. Heat helps with bleach.
If you have straight but thick hair, then you might be able to get away with 30 vol. do the same as before, watch it for 20 to 40 minutes.
And if you have straight but thin hair, you can do a twenty. Or a thirty, but stick with a 30.

You can still stick with the 20 vol for whatever your hair type is, if you want, but it’ll take longer to bleach your hair. It’s fine, if you take awhile though, just keep sure to hydrate and moisturize your hair after every bleach. Look at the rest of my guide to dying your hair.

Developer: Revisited

My last post was the beginning of the revisit to my hair guide. With the new experience of dying my cousins hair, I think I should give the developers another chance. http://incandescentduality.tumblr.com/post/72918665565/part-one-choosing-developer-my-first-tip-is-to Like I said in the last post, I usually stick with a 20 because its not as harsh as the 30 or 40, but sometimes you need the strength. 

My cousins had thick, frizzy, wavy/curly hair and it was a bitch to bleach with a twenty, hell even a thirty. So I would recommend a 40 vol. I would watch it and leave it in for 20 to 40 minutes. I also recommend tying a bag over it to keep in the heat, and even blast it a couple times with a hair dryer. Heat helps with bleach.

If you have straight but thick hair, then you might be able to get away with 30 vol. do the same as before, watch it for 20 to 40 minutes.

And if you have straight but thin hair, you can do a twenty. Or a thirty, but stick with a 30.

You can still stick with the 20 vol for whatever your hair type is, if you want, but it’ll take longer to bleach your hair. It’s fine, if you take awhile though, just keep sure to hydrate and moisturize your hair after every bleach. Look at the rest of my guide to dying your hair.

Have You Ever Thrown A Book At The Wall?

Have you ever been reading a book and felt like you just have to finish the book before you go to sleep? It happens with me all the time, but this time, shit went in a completely different direction than the last times. 

So, even though I was tired and my eyes were straining, I pushed myself to continue reading. It was past my bedtime (ps. its not really my bedtime, just more of like a point of when I should probably go to sleep if I want to wake up the next day). Anyways, now this book, it had given me some moments where I was just annoyed with the characters but it was fine, I moved on and continued reading. But just as I was getting to the climax of the story, shit happened that got me furious at the book, the story, the goddamn characters, all of it. Like hell no, throw your book at the wall, furious. And I really tried not to throw the book, but not two seconds passed before it hit the wall. I just, could not continue. And it’s something I’d never felt before. 
With most books, I usually do have a lot of feels, but usually they’re with the characters or the plot or whatever, but this anger/annoyance was directed at the book in general. This book just got me annoyed and mad. It wasn’t even a good or well written book. The only part it succeeded in was making me feel these intense feelings. This book is like… I literally just glared at the book in position on the floor. I wanted to read it and finish it but, but it was too soon and I was too upset. So I went to sleep instead.
Ok, and i know that my annoyances with the book are simple to fix in reality, but were necessary for the plot (kinda). It was just annoying when I had to read it and was like it’s fucking simple you stupid characters. I felt like hitting this author upside the head. All they needed was a small frank and honest conversation that would maybe last like two pages and done, everything fucking solved. But no, I had to deal with all the other crap. I know, I know, that little conversation would not make and interesting novel but do you really want to piss off your readers. I was mad tempted to just scrap the book and be done with it. It was also the first book from this author, and well, she made and impression. I’m not sure if it’s good or bad through. I still ended up finishing the book, so that might mean something.

*I also wish that there weren’t so many story lines in this book. I tended to lose track of where characters are and kept having to reread a page to make sense of everything.  
Bleaching Your Hair: Revisited

An old post of mine was how to bleach your hair. You can click over and read it before coming back to refresh your memory if you want. Or just keep reading on, it’s your call. http://incandescentduality.tumblr.com/post/73102629214/part-two-bleaching-your-hair-my-second-tip-is-to

So, why am I revisiting my old post? Well, this past week and a half, I’ve been trying to bleach one of my cousins hair. She wanted her hair to fade into blue. So we got manic panic shocking blue and manic panic. But damn, I never realized just how the type of hair you have affects how your hair bleaches. See, I guess me and my sisters have similar hair types, kinda. I have straight thin hair, while my sisters go from wavy to wavy curly. But our hair still bleaches the same way, kinda. My cousin on the other hand has thick, frizzy, wavy/curly hair and it was a bitch to bleach. Like I had to bleach her hair three times and it still barely got to the color my hair usually bleaches to on the first try, and even then it was a little darker. I used a 20 vol. the first bleach. It kinda worked, lightening it up to like a medium/light brown. But she had a lot of hair, so when we washed it out, one side was lighter because the bleach had been in there longer. Usually I do twenty minutes from the time I finish putting on the bleach. But it took forever with hers, so it came out uneven. I told her it was okay, that I would go the opposite direction the next time to even it out. So when I did the second bleach, I decided to do each half separately. But when we washed out the second bleach on the first section, it looked exactly the same as the other side, lightening to a more orangey blondish brownish color. We were just like what the hell? So we ended up not bleaching the other side so that it at least looked even. On the second time, I moved up to a 30 vol. and left it in even longer, from 20 min to 30 min. But her hair was till stubborn as fuck. The only time my hair had reacted like hers had been when I’d dyed my hair black and was having to remove hair dye.
Unfotunately, I did not have the time to continue bleaching to get it to the blonde it needed to be, because I left two days after that. The blue turned out more green than blue, but at least she looked like a mermaid lol. But if I had the chance to do it over again, I’d probably start with a 40, then slowly make my way up to the 20. probably like 40 vol and 40 minutes, 30 vol and 30 minutes, then if needed, 20 vol with 20 minutes. So I guess this also has to do with my developer post as well. (http://incandescentduality.tumblr.com/post/72918665565/part-one-choosing-developer-my-first-tip-is-to) And now that I remember when I first bleached my hair, like the first time, I did do a 40 for 40. But I also didn’t want to fry her hair, so I just started with 20.

I guess the main point of this revisiting is that your hair texture and thickness affects just how the bleach works. 

Bleaching Your Hair: Revisited

An old post of mine was how to bleach your hair. You can click over and read it before coming back to refresh your memory if you want. Or just keep reading on, it’s your call. http://incandescentduality.tumblr.com/post/73102629214/part-two-bleaching-your-hair-my-second-tip-is-to

So, why am I revisiting my old post? Well, this past week and a half, I’ve been trying to bleach one of my cousins hair. She wanted her hair to fade into blue. So we got manic panic shocking blue and manic panic. But damn, I never realized just how the type of hair you have affects how your hair bleaches. See, I guess me and my sisters have similar hair types, kinda. I have straight thin hair, while my sisters go from wavy to wavy curly. But our hair still bleaches the same way, kinda. My cousin on the other hand has thick, frizzy, wavy/curly hair and it was a bitch to bleach. Like I had to bleach her hair three times and it still barely got to the color my hair usually bleaches to on the first try, and even then it was a little darker. I used a 20 vol. the first bleach. It kinda worked, lightening it up to like a medium/light brown. But she had a lot of hair, so when we washed it out, one side was lighter because the bleach had been in there longer. Usually I do twenty minutes from the time I finish putting on the bleach. But it took forever with hers, so it came out uneven. I told her it was okay, that I would go the opposite direction the next time to even it out. So when I did the second bleach, I decided to do each half separately. But when we washed out the second bleach on the first section, it looked exactly the same as the other side, lightening to a more orangey blondish brownish color. We were just like what the hell? So we ended up not bleaching the other side so that it at least looked even. On the second time, I moved up to a 30 vol. and left it in even longer, from 20 min to 30 min. But her hair was till stubborn as fuck. The only time my hair had reacted like hers had been when I’d dyed my hair black and was having to remove hair dye.

Unfotunately, I did not have the time to continue bleaching to get it to the blonde it needed to be, because I left two days after that. The blue turned out more green than blue, but at least she looked like a mermaid lol. But if I had the chance to do it over again, I’d probably start with a 40, then slowly make my way up to the 20. probably like 40 vol and 40 minutes, 30 vol and 30 minutes, then if needed, 20 vol with 20 minutes. So I guess this also has to do with my developer post as well. (http://incandescentduality.tumblr.com/post/72918665565/part-one-choosing-developer-my-first-tip-is-to) And now that I remember when I first bleached my hair, like the first time, I did do a 40 for 40. But I also didn’t want to fry her hair, so I just started with 20.

I guess the main point of this revisiting is that your hair texture and thickness affects just how the bleach works. 

I know I’m not the victim

Writing that last post, I realized that it sounded like she’d personally done something bad to me, like the offense was against me. And I know it wasn’t, I know it’s her body, her shit. But I’m not stupid about it. Eventually it will start to affect me, affect the family. Right now it might just be one cigarette every now and then, but it won’t stop at that. My family, both sides actually, tend to have addictive personalities. We have a problem with alcohol and a lot of my family members do smoke, but my immediate family didn’t really have to deal with that, till now. I mean it’s not like she’s acting any different, because she’s not. She’s just the same old mom, with all that that entails. I, just, I tend to think about outcomes/consequences, and the future. Like what if she gets lung cancer because of this? I know, a little dramatic, but it’s always a possibility. My family has a ton of medical problems so hell, even if I don’t remember if anyone died of cancer or even if no one has, it doesn’t mean someone won’t, and I’d rather it wasn’t my mother. I just, I don’t know. I kinda wish no one had told me until after we returned from our vacation. We’re gonna be together in a car for about two solid days (driving there and back) then living in near proximity for the rest of the week. This is going to be on the forefront of my mind for most of the week, I just know it. And you know what, my sisters are acting like every things normal, as if our mom just hadn’t started smoking. Is it that I’m just overreacting and making a big deal out it? I just wish it had never happened. Ugh.

I’m kinda conflicted right now

So I’m home for a while. I’m spending a week visiting people I haven’t seen before the entire family and I leave for our vacation to pensacola. Now I’m happy and excited to go. I ‘m ready for a week of just lounging by the pool or beach and just vegging out. No, what I’m conflicted about is something that my sister just told me, and I don’t know how to react and feel about it. 
So, my sister and I were headed to heb to pick up a couple things when my sister told me her suspicions about my mom. Ok, see, before we left I asked my mom if I could drive her car, but she said no, doggedly, and said to take either my dads truck or the small kia that is kinda crap. So off in the kia we went and my sister brought up what she and my youngest sister were thinking, that my mom is smoking.
Here are the facts that she laid out for me.
1. My dad has asked my sister, three times by her account, if she’s been smoking cigarettes because he’s been finding cigarette butts in the front of the house. She told him no, since she smokes an e-cigarette. She even showed him the e-cig, even when he knew she smoked it. And each additional time he got more upset thinking she was lying to him. But again, she directed him to her e-e-cig. She does not smoke cigarettes.
2. Both my sisters have gone into my moms car and have separately noticed a not full, opened carton of cigarettes. They’ve both said that since then, or sine around that time, my mother has started to refuse anyone to drive her car. My dad lets it go because my mom bought herself that car, but my sister think that she doesn’t let anyone use it either because it’s where she keeps her cigs or it might smell like cigarettes. 
3. So I guess not letting anyone use her car could be point #3.
4. My little sister pointed out that all of my moms friends smoke. My other sister wondered that it might have just started out as social smoking that you know, took hold. Who knows? My other sister also said that my moms has been arriving home late and that when she does get home, heads straight to her room to take a shower. She thinks it might be to wash off any lingering smells from the cig. Which makes sense, if you think about.
So with all that, I can’t help but believe them. And I’m feeling a lot of things about it. For one, I’m upset. My parents have always been against any type of drug. Hell, they are always coming down on my sister because of her connection to it. But she’d cleaning up, sorta and only does the e-cig and hooka. So that my mom has started to smoke, just angers me. I’m just like come on, what the fuck are you thinking. It’s not like she doesn’t know what happens when you start to smoke. Plus it’s my mom, like really? And I guess because it feels a little personal, I keep feeling like just babbling her secret or even threatening her with it. Like fucking stop that shit. (I would only threaten bc she’s in control of the thermostat and keeps it fucking warm. Plus it would mean revealing to her that I know that it’s not a secret.) But then, I love my mom, and I haven’t seen her in month so I just want to hug her. The other part of me just wants to cut her loose and say fuck you. Like what the fuck are you doing. I just don’t know what to feel or do, so I’m just doing nothing… other than writing about. 
What do you think about it? Do you think I should believe my sisters beliefs that my mom smokes? And if so, what should I do? How the hell should I react to this?  

Hmmmm, what decade child am I?

You know I always thought I was a 90’s kid since I was born in the 90’s. I mean I do know of things from the 90’s but I’m starting to realize that I’m more of a 2000’s kid.

I have just come off a Boy Meets World marathon and I can’t believe that it started like a month before I was born. True 90’s kids grew up with the series, could actually understand it. Therefore I am not a 90’s kid, I’m more like a 90’s baby. But anyways, the show is like really good. I literally watched for 3 days straight and am just starting Season 3…but decided I needed a break. Especially when I haven’t had a decent meal since I started watching. But like the feels that came with watching it are worth it-like, oh my god. And I know the show can get a little after school special but in the enjoyable way, not like the heavy handed annoying nowadays kinda way, like, think disney or even lifetime where you’re like, really? Anyways that’s just what I’ve been doing the past two days.