Alder26 wrote:Gah. A week of antibiotics, and this chest infection thing is still not properly clear. I've had it up to here!!! Makes a gesture somewhere above her head...
Anyway - here's a batch of hugs in a variety of sizes for anyone who needs them - *hugs* *HUGS* *hugs* *Hugs* *hugs*
Retires to her plastic bubble before she infects anyone else.
That sucks. I used to get sinus infections about every other week or so, so I know how that is. Thankfully, last March I got my adnoids out, and the problem is almost better.
*nearly chokes on mucus*
Well, almost better.
I truly hate staying in hotel rooms. I got no sleep last night. Grr.
Why did I write such a sucky rant? Grr! I've always been so paranoid, and so worrying. I'm still in high school, but there's a ton of pressure. On the other hand, I'm hapy that I've discovered these fora, because now I feel like I fit in.
[probably boring backround]
A tad over a year ago now, I joined my first forum, the Church of Google, which is an atheist forum. I have had lots of fun there, but after a while, it's been getting boring. I've been there for a year now, and I'm debating moving on. However, the forum is stagnating, and I feel bad. I rememebr how last year there were dozens of crazy religious people tryign to force various zombies and New Age BS down our throats, and how we would skillfully destroy them. However, now, everyone's moved onm, save a small group of us. I consider myself rather friendly with them, but there's nothing to talk about anymore. I tried joining Dawkins fora for a bit, but it was overwhleming.
[/probably boring backround]
Then I found here, xkcd fora. It challenged me intellectually, satisfied my lazy side, let me comment on some of my favorite comics, and meet soem really cool people. However, everywhere, I've always been a big fish in a small pond. THis si a big pond. There are thousands of accounts registered here that have made only a handful of posts before disappearing forever. I'd like to stick around.
My rants suck. I suck at ranting.