Thanksgiving week

bnwchbammer

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So I'm home for Thanksgiving break.
(Which is as close as Columbus day to the celebration of genocide as it gets)
But wutever,
I get a week off.
It always feels weird to be home.
Get the usual questions:
"Can you fix the computer?"
"Do you have a girlfriend?"
"Did you get more hours for your job?"
"How's school going?"
Questions about friends/social life
Questions about doing things other than drinking
(Which I suppose I don't really do much other than hang with friends and drink on the weekends, but I mean, wutever)
It kinda sucks.
So I hang with the crew down here.
It's always cool to see them.
Other than than the crew and my brother I prefer school.
Well, living alone is what I prefer I suppose.
It's just, iunno, better?
Not that I don't like my parents or anything, but I just like being away from them.
Guess that's probably for the better in assuring that I'm not gonna be a 40 year old dude living in my parents' basement.
(Not that that was ever a plan in the first place)
But yeah.
I'll leave you with a song I'm now obsessed with:

Been listening to a lot of dubstep lately.
It's alright I suppose.
This song is amazing, however.
So yeah, guess that's about it for now.
Guess I haven't had a whole lot to say lately.
Not that that's really a bad thing I guess.
Wutevs.
Peace!
 

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Celebration of genocide? Wow, I'm glad you aren't coming to my house for the holidays. Your parents have the audacity to ask you questions about how your school is going and show an interest in your life? Yeah, you've got it pretty rough there. Let me guess - Mom & Dad fund the majority of your college life? I've never read your blogs before but it sounds like you are a bit spoiled. Perhaps you should spend your next holiday break volunteering somewhere instead of being forced into celebrating genocide and communicating with loving parents. Happy "thanks giving" bnwchbammer!
 

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