Patty (woodycakes) wrote,

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Chad's Cheesiness & Haddie's Love for the Color Pink

Second day of my four-day, free-day weekend that wasn't so free. It was fun though, that's for sure. Even if I would have loved to spend my day just bumming around, what I did today wasn't so bad. I woke up at 6 am. This time, I was on time when it came to waking up. The problem was, right when I woke up, I saw a message saying that Julie -- you're still the best -- sent me a message saying she'd leave her place at 5:30 am because we had to drop her sister off at UST.

I had no problems with dropping people off. Panic set in though, because she lives so near to me that it wouldn't even have taken her fifteen minutes to get there. She could be at place any moment and I wasn't near ready. I was practically asleep. I was in a rush, I was taking a bath and dressing up practically at the same time. It was crazy. When all of this was done in haste, Julie sends me another message saying that there was a change of plans. She could pick me up later. Boy was I thanking the gods at that moment. Thank you Cronus, the Father of Time for giving me a bit more time to get myself together.

The SabPag practice was the least productive of all. That's what we get for practicing in Sam's wonderful abode. There was just so much food to go around, we spent more time eating and hanging around than actually practicing. Still, it's a good thing we still had a bit of self control within ourselves as we pulled away grudgingly from the delicious breakfast, oatmeal cookies and quickie lunch. In a span of a four hours, I proabably ate more than I have ever eaten if it were to be averaged by hour. The food was great, the company was even better. Thanks to the people of 4A that showed up. I seriously am grateful. Soon this will be over.

Haddie, Fen, Mindy, Direk Carlo and I decided to check out A Cinderella Story at the newly revamped Shang Cineplex. I have to say the place was great. The movie, was another story.

Direk Carlo was laughing at me the entire time because I was hyperventilating, shrieking and squirming in my seat all at the same time whenever Chad would appear on screen. They probably thought I was some mental head case, but I informed them that I really am like this with any chick flick or any movie with the remotest or slightest hint of romance. I live for the romance. Romance is what keeps me going. Love does make the world go round.

What do I have to say about the movie? Well, it was certainly very entertaining. It had the all around hotness, sweetness/sexiness of the ever gorgeous Chad Michael Murray. God was very, very generous when he created this fine piece of man because he was the saving grace of the entire film. The dialog was horrible, especially his. It was too freaking cheesy, but when he uttered it, I was able to forgive the scriptwriter for his monumental mistake. I guess he. she was too engrossed to Chad's beautiful face he/she forgot to read over his script and realize how utterly gross the lines were.

Still, I won't be some hypocrite and say that I wouldn't want to be given that type of attention -- especially if it was Chad who was giving me those stares. I would ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ to have someone as cute as Chad want me the way he did, but it was a tad unrealistic. However, I still wouldn't mind if what Sam had gone through with Austin (that's Chad's name) would happen to me. It made me and Haddie wish we had someone.

After the movie Haddie and I went around Shang. I felt like her stylist as she tried clothes on and told her what I thought about them. She looks really great in a lot of things and she ended up buying things she hadn't even planned on. We realized that when the two of us were together, she ends up buying a lot of clothes. I guess the clothes stores better be grateful to me because I'm giving a lot of business when Haddie goes shopping.

Still, after spending the day with Haddie, I realized that I don't really want a boy right now. I just want someone to want me, and make me feel that I'm actually interesting and worth-knowing. Haddie and I were saying that it was unfair how everyone seemed to have guys and we were the only ones without anyone. A little on the exaggeration, but sometimes that's how it feels. I know it's silly that I need a guy for that, but I guess that's just the way I am. Yet after going around Shang with such a fantabulous friend, I see that I don't need a guy to have fun with, that's what friends are for. Seriously.
Tags: high school friends, high school senior, movies
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