Delusion shattering “pizza”
One thing I seem to be pretty good at is convincing people I have my life together. Sometimes I’m so good at this that I even manage to convince myself that I’m a functioning adult. But then something happens and I remember that actually I have no clue what I’m doing with my life. For instance, this week I tried to make pizza out of cauliflower. It was alright, but it wasn’t pizza. The next day, though, I had left overs. It was disgusting. I don’t know what happened to the caulipizza in my refrigerator overnight. But it was all sorts of nasty. I have learned that it’s always best to have a pizza back up plan. So I threw away the rest of the caulipizza and ate frozen pizza instead. Like an adult.
Furthermore, I have trouble feeling like I responsible adult when people ask me about my life plans. I think I’ll just start responding with the following picture.
Creepy guy outside my window
As a general rule, I don’t like guys using ladders to climb up to my window. Especially when I’m in there taking a nap and the noise wakes me up. But I guess it’s okay if he a) proposes really romantically or b) cleans my window for me. It happened to be the latter of the two this week. I have no idea who he was or why he climbed up on a ladder to clean my window. But thanks, Mr. Creepy Window Cleaner Guy. You’re alright, I guess.
Does anybody even care about the genitive case?
I recently started TAing for a class, and the past week has been kind of hectic trying to figure out what exactly is going on in the class. Friday I found out that I had to do a review session for a test the students are having on Monday. I haven’t taken this class in like 3 years. I also don’t have a text book for the class. So I’m not sure how to prepare to teach anybody anything. And I was looking at their assignments and it’s mostly stuff I remember, except that there were a bunch of subclassifications for types of the genitive case.
I don’t remember ever learning about the genitive case. Also the only online resources I can seem to find about it are in Latin. I always knew I should’ve learned Latin. So anyway, I’m going to wrap this up because I have to go to bed so I can wake up early so I can learn about the genitive case, even though I’m pretty sure it’s stupid and I don’t care about it.
Taylor Swift lyrics of the week: “Hey Stephen, why are people always leaving? I think you and I should stay the same.”
Other lyrics I like this week:
“I’m only one call away. I’ll be there to save the day. Superman’s got nothing on me. I’m only one call away.” One Call Away, Charlie Puth
“And if you want to buy me flowers, just go ahead now. And if you like to talk for hours, just go ahead now.” Two Princes,Spin Doctor
“But I love you more than words can say. I can’t count the reasons I should stay. One by one they all just fade away. But I love you more than words can say.” At Least It was Here, The 88