Then Blogger managed to delete it all.
I'm not sure if that's Blogger's way of establishing that it does not support my feminist rage or if Blogger just hates me.
|My senior portrait.|
So anyways. Scrap that idea. I'm not going to bother retyping it because I'm fairly certain none of you had any desire to read it. I don't support the pageant. And it is horrible for my self-esteem and body image. We'll leave it that.
WHY AM I STILL WATCHING THIS PROGRAM????
Oh yeah, because I like to see all of the pretty dresses. Also, I was really interested in watching as each "contestant" introduced themselves purely because it was fascinating to see how their use of English differed. For the most part, the competition required that the girls introduce themselves in English. "[Name], [Country], Age: [age]." A good portion of the girls spoke in incredibly thick accents, which was to be expected. The non-European/American country represented with the least broken English? India. It's a very interesting sign of national priorities when they make sure to teach their students non-native languages for better international communication. *cough cough US cough cough* Maybe you (yeah, YOU) wouldn't be interested by that...yeah, you wouldn't. Shoot. I forgot to take my Normal Pills this morning.
My knee really hurts tonight. Maybe I shouldn't have been running earlier. Yeah, probably a bad idea.