Honestly, how do adults do it?
By it, I mean life!
I used to think I had it all figured out. Oh, I’ve worked for 16 hours straight and still managed to get everything done. Not anymore. Why is it so difficult now? I’m working two jobs right now. I really like the law firm job and it pays me enough but the restaurant where I work is in dire need of hostesses so I don’t want to just up and leave. Luckily, they’ve cut back my hours a lot more or I would probably just implode.
My apartment is a mess, I have to do my laundry, get another adderall script, keep up the blog, and also maintain somewhat of a normal social life. I work from 8:30 AM-5 PM so my doctor isn’t open earlier or later and by the time I get home, I’m too tired to clean or function.
It reminds me of being back in high school. 8 hours of nonstop learning then homework. I would rather wear lime green head to toe everyday than go back to high school. Parents are always nagging kids about not doing enough or being too tired. Honestly, having a real job is so much easier than going to school. My job is only entry level so it’s not like I’m a lawyer or anything but it’s still much more manageable.
I have crazy respect for people who work and go to college. Scratch that, I have craaaazy respect for people who work and go to school WITHOUT adderall. Those people must be wizards.
What was that movie where that kid has a watch where he can stop time? Do you remember how dope that scene is where the sprinklers stop mid-air and the girl plays with them and pushes the water droplets around? I NEED THAT WATCH. Also, I’m now really in the mood to watch that movie. Actually, here’s a couple movies that I want to watch for days:
1. Dunston Checks In
Let’s be real here, these boys were the original Zack and Cody. Oh, and wanna feel old? The kid who befriends Dunston is TWENTY-EIGHT. Also, MARRIED. What.
He had a rollercoaster and a damn McDonalds in his house. As a kid, I wanted both of these things in my house as an adult and I’m still keeping the dream alive. Brandon and I were talking about this the other day and I told him that we’re going to have a slide in our future house next to the stairs. He looked me in the eyes seriously and said, “This is why I’m going to marry you”.
Again, house goals! I feel like this is what Siri is really setting out to do. She’s starting in phones and is going to transition into homes. If that movie was realistic, you know the dad would’ve been like, “House, please make me a whiskey coke to deal with these twats that I call my children”. I luuuuuuuv the “kick-butt” choreographed dance scene with the three boys (one who would end up being Ian on Pretty Little Liars which kinda makes me uncomfortable). Jump, jump, the house is jumping… Jump, jump…. THE HOUSE IS JUUUUMPIN’
Raise your hand if you asked your parents if you could learn how to surf after watching this movie. Camilla Belle embodied both the tomboy and girly girl which was revolutionary for early-2000s preteens. Camilla Belle at the age of 14 is prettier than I will ever be which kind of sucks.
-Zenon (all three movies)
The outfits. Oooooh, and when Zenon and Raven (don’t remember her name in the movie) facetimed! I used to run around the house yelling “Zenus LA PENIS”. My mom made me show her the movie to prove that’s what she was actually saying. ZEDIS LAPEDIS!
Ricky Uhlman was in waaaay too many futuristic movies back in the day. As an actor, you become what they call “type-casted”. When I was dabbling in acting, I was type-casted as the girl next door/all american sweetheart. What the hell did they type-cast Ricky as? Anyways, this movie was so sick.
-Now You See It…
Definitely tried to learn magic after this. Really rough time in my life. Oh, and the amount of times that I googled “how to get hair like Aly Michalka” is ridiculous.
-The Cheetah Girls 2
The velour (or was it terrycloth?), multicolor jumpsuits they had in the first movie kind of killed it for me. The outfits and songs were much better in the second movie. This was the first time I heard anyone pronounce it as “bar-the-lona” and I thought the guy in the movie just had a lisp or something.
-Stepsister from Planet Weird
Trippiest. Movie. Ever.
– Blank Check
EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS MOVIE IS FANTASTIC. First of all, his name is “Preston”. It does not get any more 90’s than that. The waterslide. The castle-like exterior and playhouse interior! Need I even say more? Yes, I do.
Did anyone else feel a bit awkward when he kisses the much older bank teller woman?
Gotta get back to work. Ciao for now.