ahahaha I just received a message on Facebook from someone casting for this show saying they think I’d be a good fit. I find it so hilarious that they want “social media kings & queens.”
I’m honored that they think I’d be a good fit but I don’t know if I could take myself seriously and wouldn’t really consider myself a social media king so I think I’m going to pass.
If you think you’d be a good fit, go to www.mtvthehookupcasting.com.
Haha I wonder if the people they cast will become famous.
fuck. one of my best friends that’s basically been my brother while growing up is battling leukemia for the 3rd time and the hospital said there’s nothing that they can do anymore so he’ll have to fly to Washington and hope they’ll have some trial treatment to give him. He’s a strong person and has made it through before but I’m really worried this time.
Just realized 2 things:
1. Visine expires
2. I’ve been using Visine that’s been expired for 2 years
This is probably why I need glasses.
This was my first time receiving a compliment on the USC Compliments page.
Haha other than confusing my friend Anthony for “Jeff,” this was really nice.
Looking back on this, what we did sounds really sketchy but I’m happy it was appreciated.
One time I arrived at camp, I saw this one kid from across the room who looked like Willard/the hair fetish guy from Charlie’s Angels and thought to myself, “I want to be room mates with anyone but that kid.”
Of course he ended up being my room mate. He was pretty nice but I never felt completely comfortable around him.
He would steal bananas from the dining hall and leave his banana loot pile on a desk in our room. He would also tell me his plans of how he would take over the world by giving ramen to poor countries. The weirdest thing for me was hearing monks singing from his headphones, which he played at full volume as we tried to go to sleep.
I once saw King Kong in Eddie Murphy’s movie theater while it was still playing in theaters.
that was pretty cool
he also has a sweet bowling alley and arcade
My dad has so many interesting stories from when he was younger
He once told me that one of his friends was a coke dealer (he was never really into it but I’ll explain why later) and one time his friend saw my dad walking to school and offered to give him a ride to school but after he got in the car, his friend was like “I just gotta stop by this place really quick and then I’ll drop you off.”
Since his friend was making a good amount of money, he had a pretty loud sound system which made a cop notice they weren’t at school and pull them over. My dad’s friend then turned down the volume of the radio instead of turning it off and told my dad to play it cool because he had a good amount of coke coke in the storage compartment under the radio.
I’m not sure if the police officer knew the car belonged to a dealer or if the sound system gave it away but he had his dog come search the car. As the dog was sniffing by the coke, it’s nose turned hit volume knob and made the music blast from the car. It startled the dog so much that it was too scared to enter the car and the cop ended up letting them drive away.
The reason why I know my dad wasn’t into coke was because when one time when he went to that same friend’s house, a girl came over and was so addicted that she was offering to give them head for more coke. My dad’s friend was like “naww, I don’t know where your mouth’s been but if you can suck my dog’s dick, then I’ll give you some.”
No one believed she was actually going to do it…but she did. My dad was so disgusted by that and shocked by how much drugs can control someone that he never got into them (plus he also once had to break into a crack den with his brothers to kidnap his cousin from it).
I probably shouldn’t put this online but I just wanted to share some of the stories my dad has. They’ve taught me a lot and have helped me gain a clearer view of reality.
(On a side note, I met the guy who dealt in high school and he was one of the nicest people I had ever met. We’ve all made poor decisions when we were young. It’s unfortunate that he passed away of lung cancer. He apparently never smoked a cigarette in his life.)
I’ve experienced 3 drive-by’s in my life.
They’ve all been more sad than frightening.
I remember during the first one, my dad thought someone was setting off fireworks and told me to come outside. He then realized what happened and told me to hide inside. The old man that lived down the street was killed because he was sitting in the same car as the person they intended to shoot.
Sometimes my dad and I will visit the neighborhood/house I first grew up in and he’ll tell me stories about when we lived there.
He once had to call my mom and tell her not to come home yet because the house down the street was being broken into/robbed. He also once thought he saw someone drunk and passed out on the sidewalk really early in the morning on his way to work but it was actually a teenager that had been shot.
The high school I went to was predominantly White/Jewish so they would occasionally have multicultural diversity events.
One time they let the black students miss class for a day so they could meet at the building across the street and discuss life as a minority without the pressure of other students being there.
Being one of the even fewer hispanics at my school, I asked the person in charge of all the diversity events why no other minority group got to participate in the same thing.
She said “there just aren’t enough of you.”
the irony was too much
Fun Fact: I lived across the hall from Kato (Xander) from the Hunger Games freshman year of college.
Haha I wanted to dislike him purely out of envy but he’s genuinely one of the nicest people I’ve ever met.
It’s pretty cool how whenever we run into each other, he still acts as if we’re as good of friends as freshman year.
awh yeah, just got my ticket
In high school, I worked at a pediatric dental office and it was one of the worst experiences of my life.
Among my boss dealing with identity theft, participating in a class action lawsuit against another dentist, and crying at the end of everyday because my coworker never booked appointments, my boss told me the story of how she ended up getting herpes (which I didn’t know she had).
One time she was working on a kid who was born with herpes (apparently that happens pretty often) and popped one of the spores in his mouth (or something, idk) and the kid’s herpes went airborne and she ended up getting it.
I don’t really know whether to believe that story or not but I learned to not trust anything and that dentistry is one of the worst professions ever.
I also ended up needing glasses after that job because of inputting data in Excel for so long and getting rid of viruses on her computer because she hired her family friend who was a drug addict with a tracking device on his ankle as her IT guy.
I remember him always updating us on how he thought he found true love but his girlfriend kidnapped her kid and took him out of the state despite her ex-husband having custody so she always had to go to court.
One of the cool things about that job is that I pretty much have the scenes of Happy Feet and the Toy Story 1 and 2 memorized because I watched them every day.
One Valentine’s Day, I gave out cards with different planets on it and I told girls that I had a crush on them in the most coy way ever by giving them my favorite ones.
I had googly eyes for you if you received a Uranus, Saturn, or Neptune.
ahaha as I was crossing the street these two girls in the car waiting at the red light pointed out their window and said “you sir, just made my day”
they were like 7 but nonetheless, they made my day