Really. They give people like me a bad name. I mean, not all girls. But the ones that end up on TV.
Okay, so I was up last night watching one of those weird TLC shows. It was the one show where girls start freaking out over dresses. I mean, really. I started thinking, and realized I'm not the average girl. Some scenarios:
One of those girls: OH MAH GOSH! HE'S LOOKING AT MEEEE! WHAT DO I DO? WHAT DO I DOOOOO?!?
Me: Hey dude. Hey, did you see that video I sent you? *Has an actual CONVERSATION and not a freaking spazz attack*
OOTG: Ooooh! Lemme do you're make-up!
Me: Wtf. No. I don't want three inch thick powder on my face.
OOTG: Ugh, look at how trashy she is. She looks so desperate.
Me: T-shirt and jeans...Actually she looks pretty comfortable with herself, In a sense that she doesn't need to wear clothes that show off 99% of her body to get attention.
OOTG: Wanna go shopping? :D
Me: No, I don't need 500 clothing items.
OOTG: OMG! YOU PAY MORE ATTENTION TO YOUR VIDEO GAMES THAN MEEE!
Me: *picks up the other controller*
OOTG: Honey! You look so cute!
Me: ...Would you like some clothes with that skin?
******OOTG: Hey boys! Lookie at me in my...*hair flip* Strapless dress :3
Me: Get me out of this dress and this hallway.... *hides face*
OOTG: IT'S BEEN TWO SECONDS SINCE I TEXTED HIM!!
Me: *completely forgot I texted anyone*
Soooo. Yeah. And I hate the word "Tomboy," I mean, it just sounds stupid. And personally, I don't like labeling myself. So do you know anyone like me? I don't. :I
******So, this was based off an experience in drama class. We had to try on prom dresses for our play, and we had to walk from the bathroom to the auditorium in our dresses. And there would always be boys out there, skipping their classes. I hated it. And, we didn't have any boys in our drama class, so I don't know why we couldn't get dressed in there.