Sep. 15th, 2010


My name is Angela, and I have a "Sad Bastard" music problem.

Like 3/4 quarters of my music is slow, sad and sappy. I LOVE all that acoustic, vocal stuff.

So, here's where you guys come in. How should I fix this problem? I like to feel good sometimes and my music that does that is very... bare. I'm calling on you, internet friends. Give me recommendations!

Writer's Block: Be true to your school


How do you feel about public versus private schooling?

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My issue with private schooling is that most all private schools are focused around a religion. Sure it's a better education, but at the same time you've gotta fight tooth and nail to keep your kid from being brainwashed into believing that nonsense. That's just my experience, though.

Also, I loved public school. And I went to a bad school, too. It was a lot of fun, the people were awesome, and if I got lucky, I'd get to watch girls rip out each others braids when they fought in the cafeteria.

GAAAAAY BAAAAAAAAR


I wanna take you to a gay bar.

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Nov. 6th, 2009


bored. want to go out and drink, dammit.

Sweet, sweet justice.


A little something that happened this morning that is still making me laugh!

A woman came in this morning around 8:30, and after picking out a bunch of bagels and ordering a latte, she asked:

Lady: "Do you have any french baguettes?"

Me: "Let me check. *checks* No ma'am, we don't have any ready, I can put some in the oven for you and it will take about 22-25 minutes-" She cuts me off and turns immediately from nice to SHE-HULK.

Lady: "YOU NEVER HAVE BAGUETTES WHEN I WANT THEM! I come in once a week and they ARE NEVER READY when I get here! This is a SERIOUS ISSUE, WHY AREN'T THEY READY?!?!"

Me: "Well ma'am, the baguettes are best when they're very fresh so we don't begin to bake them until about 10am when people start to order lunch. If you know you're going to be coming by this early you can always call and we'll bake the baguettes for you so that they're ready when you ge-" I get cut off again.

Lady: "I DO NOT WANT TO CALL! I want them READY when I GET HERE IN THE MORNING. How HARD is that for you people to understand?!"

I offer to her once more to have some put in the oven and she refuses, and says "I'll just go to Publix (grocery store with a nice bakery) since they know how to satisfy their customers!"

I was a little miffed, and my manager went ahead and put some baguettes in the oven so we wouldn't have to go through that again with somebody else. About 45 minutes after She-Hulk left, she came storming back into our cafe. Sure enough, she got me as her cashier. I was just as SWEET as I could be to her, as she humbly asked if we had any baguettes. I told her yes, they just came out of the oven, and she bought two. She quietly thanked me and sulked out.

Turns out Publix doesn't make any baguettes until 11am either. XD!

Regulars, the bane of my existence


I work at a fairly large bakery cafe chain and there are a ton of regulars that come in every single day. For the most part, these are some of the sweetest people. They know our names (and we know theirs) and they're fairly awesome. But there is a handful of them that think because they come in every day, they own the place and have every right to complain, bitch, be rude and belittle us. I'll cut all the stories, since they get a bit lengthy.
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Mar. 26th, 2009


Bought Pokemon Platinum today.

I GOTTA CATCH THEM ALL.

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