It's like life, but it's on a stick

Sunday, November 14, 2004

You are .exe When given proper orders, you execute them flawlessly.  You're familiar to most, and useful to all.
Which File Extension are You?

Sorry, lost the link, but it's the same website as THIS little gem:

You are Amiga OS. Ahead of your time.  You keep a lot of balls in the air.  If only your parents had given you more opportunities to suceed.
Which OS are You?

And, so that you never read this again...

You are Princess Agbani. You are a student at the University of Nigeria, Lagos.  You got my name through the chember of comerse.  You have $21,350,000 to share, which your father, the king, left you. You have trouble spelling.
Which Nigerian spammer are You?

You know, the scary thing is that the photo in that picture could have been taken right out of my school yearbook. I'm disturbed now.

But on a lighter note, I went to see the Royal Winter Fair! Glee! It was actually pretty fun. I got shoved onto bus number 2 in a group with two girls I didn't know, but I DID get into one of the back seats. We were all waving at cars behind us on the 401, which was certainly entertaining.

The fair itself was awesome. There was a walk-in petting zoo with about 15 mini goats, adults and babies, and cotton candy/ice cream stands galore. I bought a huge slice of pizza for $3, a Fruitopia for $2, cotton candy for another $2, a $4 ice cream, and a $3 thingy of chocolate/maple fudge. All in all, it was a good haul. As well as that, we got to see some horse shows. First there was a Belgian Unicorn Hitch - that's when there's one horse in front and two behind it. Then we walked around a bit and returned for the International Jumpers, which was awesome, but our teacher/parent supervisors waltzed off and left us by ourselves in the stands. 15 MINUTES BEFORE WE HAD TO BE AT THE BUSES. As a result, I got a lousy seat on the way home, right next to a TOTAL loser. I know, I sound preppy, so sue me... it was terrible. Oh, well; it was still worth it.

So that's my life this week. Sunday evening, dreading the return to school tomorrow... plus I have a book report (Dragonwings by Laurence Yep. It's an okay book, not great) due as soon as I walk in the doors. If anyone actually reads this - wish me luck!