I know everyone's been posting videos lately, but this is HILARIOUS.
Unfortunately, I didn't win that writing contest I entered. Thousands of people entered, so what were the chances of me winning anyway? This story I submitted was one of the best I've ever written, so that alone is something worth being proud of. I've noticed that writing contest judges only like sugarcoated, sappy, gooey, rainbow-unicorns-pooping-cupcakes kind of stories. I think a story should be more emotionally layered than that. But what do I know? I'm just a rookie writer.
Amber, Best Friend Whom I'm In Love With, is speaking to me again. I finally gained enough courage to text her a couple nights ago. She told me that she's going through something really huge and awful, and she's been taking it out on her close friends. I don't blame her; I do take things out on people all the time, even though it's not exactly fair. It must be something REALLY bad, because she hasn't told anyone and usually she's very open with her close friends. A part of me wants to beg her to tell me what it is, so I can help her. But I don't want to pester her. I have a gut feeling it has something to do with her sorta kinda boyfriend. He's such a tool to her and I wish he would go die. I've come really close to asking her if it has anything to do with him, but I'm not sure if I should. Thoughts?
The important thing, I guess, is that she's speaking to me. And she's actually happy to be around me again. It's such a wonderful feeling.
I have been broken
And I have been bleeding
I would do anything
If only for your pleasing