One of those short childhood stories. Let me know if you want more of these.
When I was little I attended a Junior Music School for a couple of years. I remember that I would go there after my public school classes and have violin lessons.
I didn't have a phone back then, so I had to use the payphone placed in the hall of the building. It was about 30 cents per call I think. I don't know why, but I rarely had the money to buy it.
My guess is that I spent it on hard candy and soda in the local shop. Please don't tell my mom.
Anyway, if I didn't have the 30 cents, I asked the school's secretary to 'put it on my bill' for the 100th time.
I did feel kind of awkward, but for some reason there was a bad ass touch to it, as if I'm getting special treatment.
I was a weird child and when I got any special treatment it made me feel good about myself.
Now I think I was kind of an asshole.
The secretary looked at me with slight despise but did it anyway. I'm guessing she didn't want to - and she didn't have to - but how are you going to tell a child that they can't call their parent to pick them up?
My classes often finished at 7 pm or later and I couldn't walk home at that hour.
Well.. not until I was 14 or so.
At the end of the day or week my mom would pay for 'my bill'.
Thanks for reading. What are some times you felt like a bad ass at a very young age?
Story time: Why 'Keep Calm' posters aren't bs
Bourbon and poor choices A.K.A. London has fallen reaction.
Warning: The following reaction contains spoilers and adult language. It is not a synopsis. I am not responsible for any loss or offence you might take from reading this post.
I saw this movie tonight. I could've seen Deadpool but my dad doesn't appreciate it's brilliance, so we went for the action movie instead.
This is my reaction.
If you write in the comments how many spoilers are in this post, I will email you a greeting card. Yes, I will actually do it.
Hi, I believe that there is no one today who is you-er than you.