Discussion in 'Fan Fiction and Writing Resource' started by oqidaun, Nov 18, 2007.
That's great, Ish! Sounds like it'll be a lot of fun.
Tribble-Free??? But I love tribbles.
I thought cool to the al day buffet, until I realized it's Jabba's and I'm not particular to live frogs.
Good morning folks, I'm glad to see we have a brand new social thread. I've missed this place; and seeing as how I'm finished with the project from hell at work, I will have more time to post.
I'm the same way; I had a high school graduating class of 6. If we were going to have a reunion, it would be our tenth this year. I still speak to one of them every six months or so, but for the rest of them, I have no desire to see them again.
In the case of a college reunion, I kept to myself mainly so I really never got to know anyone when I was there.
My mom's school was like that. She had 10 in her graduating class. Of course, she graduated from a school in Cairo, Egypt since my grandfather had been stationed there. But at least she got to go to school in a converted palace. My graduating class had almost 800 people in it. Luckily, high school days are far behind me.
Dang, it'll be 25 years since I graduated from high school next year! I'm feeling so old now... Never went to a reunion, but I don't think there ever was one, really.
Not that I'm old or anything, but I've you beat with years since highschool, Golden_Jedi.
Strange, now that I think of it, I'm in contat with only one person from HS days, and she happens to work with me. We were just taking the other day how it seems everyone else has seemed to disappear.
Dang! (my son says that a lot now )
My next one would be the 15th, or 20th (whichever my class does); and out of a graduating class of about 1,600 there's only about 6 people I'd want to see. 10 at the most. And of the six, I see half on a regular basis now. So it's not really worth it to me.
Besides, I too hawt for those people. Still.
Mine would be my 40th in 2008. But I'm not sure I'd go. I only went to my 5th HS reunion and I didn't like those people in HS and I still didn't at the reunion. I'd moved on. They had not. If I did go, it would be more curiosity than anything else. I moved away from the area so I don't see/have contact with any of them.
I did revisit my hometown this year for the first time in 35 years. It hadn't changed much. Felt weird that it hadn't when everything around me in NJ changes all the time. Strange.
I lost contact with the rest of my class, even if I (still) live like less than 5k from my old school... I wasn't the prom queen, after all, just the resident nerd .
I was the resident sarcastic mean girl in high school, and then I was first runner-up for Homecoming Queen...
I swear that was all a big joke. High school was weird. I'm looking forward to my class reunion in 2012 just to see how much we've all changed.
I was just... sort of there during high school. Every year or so, I changed my group of close friends. The last bit I was sick...
What was awesome, though, was that I absolutely NEVER got in trouble because my parents were friends with the administration
Class reunions? I'll have to pass. I was more sociable with the students from my sister's graduating class than my own. Though I wouldn't mind going to her reunion. Some of those guys were really hot. I'd like to see how much they changed.
I'v never had a real urge to attend a class reuion, but I don't think I have an aversion to it. I may have thought differently abut 10 years ago, but now I'm ok with the idea.
I went to my first three years of high school reunions--we got together for a Christmas party every year. I still keep in touch with Jenn, Angelique and Megan and they're the 3 people out of the 26-person class that I really liked.
I still have to get through high school before thinking about reunions!
I'm the sophomore class resident weird girl, except that having the title of weird girl is actually a compliment. I can work Star Wars into every single class I take.
I was always the snarky one in high school.
Say it isn't so.
Yeah, I know it's hard to believe. Man, I'm still falling asleep.
See any good movies lately?
No Country for Old Men is fantastic. I saw it last night, and will probably see it again this week.
I'm hoping to see Beowulf, but it's hard getting out to see movies with the wife these days.
I'd love to see Beowulf. They have it in 3D in the theater near me. I definately want to see Enchanted. It looks silly and I really need silly right about now.
I'll be taping Heroes in my room while watching--hoping--that Jericho makes his grand return tonight on the slightly larger living room TV.
Saw the Meat Puppets last Wednesday. They were in my hometown playing a show. Great show. I got really close to the stage. My mom liked it, too.
I saw The Seeker: The Dark is Rising. I've always liked those books, so was thrilled with the adaptation.
I'd like to see Beowulf, but that depends on if I will have any money left to get to the theatre, since I don't get paid again until after Fury and The Essential Guide to the Force come out. So I'll be rather broke for a little while here.