Yeah, I got ahold of my aunt's computer. I guess this would be a good time to update on my life.
So, I'm not at home right now, won't be back in my home state until next Wednesday. We're visiting some family in SD. It's pretty nice, my family members are cool. We had dinner, it was great.
I had a really bad, extremely stressful incident with the cops the other day, but even after I was extremely shaken and terrified by it, Grandma took me to Hot Topic and I got a shirt with Noodle on it with the Japanese kanji of the word "DARE" under it. Seriously, my obsession with Gorillaz is huge. I almost screamed when I got the shirt, I was in awe, seriously. I got my sister a cherry lip balm of Rainbow Dash from My Little Pony. She loved it.
I'll be moving soon, a few hours away from home. I'm so excited.
I'll start reading Homestuck soon, once I have my own computer.
I graduated middle school a couple weeks ago. It was amazing, but I cried in front of my language arts teacher, unfortunately.
For some reason, I'm regaining my Lemonade Mouth obsession from 6th grade. It's really weird, mom brought a DVD player into my room, so I watched Lemonade Mouth and next thing I now, I'm watching it excessively and rereading the book.
I've started writing a creepypasta of a creepypasta. Yes, I know, it's stupid. But it's not too bad, actually. It's of BEN Drowned, it takes place a long time after the BEN Incident with Matt (Jadusable). It's about his roommate. The roommate has almost completely forgotten what Matt had told him about the cartridge, until one day, Matt tells his former roommate to burn the cartridge. Soon enough, his 8 year old game enthusiast son Johnston gets ahold of the game and becomes secretly haunted by BEN. The dad doesn't know this at first, but begins to notice it as his 5 year old daughter Priscilla (one of the world's most beautiful names ever, besides Olivia, Esther, et cetera, et cetera...) begins talking about her friend BEN. The pasta isn't very long, but it's also not very bad. I'm somewhat proud of it, could be better though. Shit goes down, I'm not going to talk about what happens in it.
I saw the Fault in our Stars and mY GOD was it sad. I don't which was sadder, the book or the movie. The book was really sad, but I was reading it in class in pure silence and had to hold back from crying, it was just horrible. The movie was also very amazing.
I'm going to shut up, now, I have nothing else to say.