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If you're going to the same party I am, please don't ask where I'll be. I'll be wearing my revenge dress, dancing with a boy with blue hair or a girl with a nose ring, and you don't want to see that.
A couch and a loveseat Watching two friends pass a bong, and (finally) extending your hand. She holds the bong for you on her leg, her other hand on the bowl. "All you have to do is breathe."
She is twenty years old; that means she has been living on this earth for twenty years. However, do not mistake living with feeling alive. Because it has been about five... six, seven, eight, nine.
Still and silent I float in the deep blue, the ocean is my master and I its slave. Heels, check. Face, check. Glasses – better leave those here – check.
College? What does it mean? A lot of experiences? A simple routine? The first year living on campus is always quite something. You make friends, relationships, And even some enemies.
The sun shining down, It’s a brand new day. Meet new people, See new places. Be a new person. After all you’re only in college once. So why not make the best of it.
Life's a party, One you can never leave. So live it up, break it down, and never regret anything you do. Because in the end, it makes you who you are.
Dinner and wine with boyfriend at Fleur De Lis at 7 p.m.
We drank to fade awayuntil it worked.When the morning light painted the bodiesthat we were still trapped in,we fell asleep;too exhausted to carethat we still existed.
As a teenager, time and time again, I am asked the question, "want a drink?" My response to the request always catches the others by surprise. Do I want a drink? To me, this question is so much more.
Get Em Get Em Get Em Party Party Party Cups stacked along the corners of a torn house Aligned like a house of cards, fragile Reeking of booze, alcohol Oops spilled some on the floor
I'd show him what he asked for If he called me beautiful, I'd take another shot If I could prove that I'm fun, I'd agree we were "just messing around" If I could feel his love On a night like tonight,
I live my life by a code To never get drunk nor high, But people think me queer or rude. My code exiles me from the cliques, Never invited to outings or parties, Never asked to stand in the student body.
Brilliance was burned away We drank away our thoughts Gambled which would stay and which would go, We didn't know.