In the spirit of my childhood I have been rereading my Year 10 diary. I thought it would be funny to share some paragraphs on this blog until I got to, oh I don’t know, perhaps the fifth word of said diary and realised it would not be funny, it would just be plain humiliating. However, I would like to share some examples of how I spoke in my adolescent years:
I looked so fez today.
FEZ! That meant feral. Which meant ugly. Which meant I was an utter loser for saying something so stupid.
I can’t believe she got with him. He gets with everyone.
This means ‘made out’ or ‘kissed’. Of course it does.
Bec got full cut at me.
Am I kidding? Am. I. Kidding. ‘Full cut’? This, I remember, means ‘cross.’ Bec was ‘cross’ with me today. Let’s see what I did to make her full cut at me… oh I see:
Today was a pretty bad day cos Bec got full cut at me at lunch. See, J was wearing chopsticks in her hair and Bec does that so Bec got fully cut at J b/c she thought she was copying her and then I tried to reason things out so Bec being Bec got shitty at me and ignored me at lunch.
O, THE DRAMAS! I can’t read anymore.