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Also about Countries & Places+42If you walk North, you will eventually go South and vise versa. However, if you walk East or West, you will never go the opposite way. amirite?
Also by holliscatcascade+19Stop talking about how Christmas isn't enchanting like it used to be and start making someone else's magical! amirite?
Also by holliscatcascade+382If God only gives us what we can handle, then the people who have really hard lives must be that much stronger than the rest of us. We should be admiring that stregnth, not pitying, amirite?
Also by holliscatcascade+426Thanks Teacher, it's not like I come to school for thirty five hours a week to actually do work there. Yeah, I like doing FIVE MORE HOURS at home on my weekend. What's that you say? Plans? No, I don't have any plans. I like to keep my weekends free, just so I can get all your homework done. Thanks again for making my life such a joy! amirite?
Also about Countries & Places+32Italy should finally repair the significant damage to the Colosseum from the massive earthquake in 1349, amirite?
I've never written on a stall before but I usually have my purse with me which has a pen in it
It's usually really amusing to read though.
Girls usually bring their purses to the bathroom with them, and you may just have a pen in your purse. I'm sure some guys keep pens in their pockets, too. It's not that strange.
Hey...what else am I gonna do while I'm pissing?
I keep a mini sharpie as a keychain.
i always have pens and sharpies in my purse but guys idk..
People who have handbags with them?
Sometimes at school I have my book bag with me and I'm not going to leave it outside of restroom.
At school, you bring your backpack with you and everyone is going to have something to write with. But I don't carry around a pen in my purse so idk about public bathrooms. Especially for guys.
I purposely bring pens in and write shit.
I'd really like to see the look on someone's face when they go into a stall close the door, pull their pants down, look up and see half of Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles" scribbled onto the bathroom door.