||[Feb. 26th, 2007|01:56 pm]
The Question Club
Lets say you had a friend, and she complains to you all the time about how screwy her life is, and how much her boyfriend doesn't care about her. After you have put up with all her complaining for months now, and have gotten really tired of being dragged into everything, she tells you that she doesn't like you. Your not horribly upset with this, because she was starting to get on your nerves anyway. Then you have a great day. A fantastic day. So, you write about it in your LJ, in this post you happen to say that no matter what, in the area that you live, you have the best boyfriend, because you don't get replaced by a computer, or ignored for his friends. She then posts a LJ entry about how fake she thinks you are, and that she thinks its funny that no one can stand you. This, btw, is a lie, because you home school, and you don't like large groups of people. So the only people that you hang out with are your best friends, who also home school, and your boyfriend, who is also home schooled. Anyways, the point is, how would you react to all this?
In the original Willy Wonka movie with Gene Wilder, don't you think the scene with the women who has been asked to give up her case of Wonka bars in return for her husbands life is a little odd? I mean, I do understand that sometimes things mean alot to you, but its weird.