Tuesday, March 3, 2009

let your clarity define you in the end

why is everyone at my old high school such a nerd? (dang it, i want a periodic table shirt that says Se Xe   Ge Ni U S!!!) seriously, why so academically driven, northview? you're giving me the heebie jeebies.

i have this new thing, okay. where i'd rather save up for a few months and buy two things from armani than 10 things from anywhere else. because my brother (and mom, i guess) keeps stressing the importance of quality over quantity. but then, my brother's wardrobe is probably worth more than a reasonably priced car. but yeah. no more shopping. shopping comes once every few months. and if i happen to drop 50 dollars on a shirt, or a few hundreds on a jacket, then that's just how it's gonna be. 

... at least i'm not going on that 1k spending spree i was planning to go on? >__> it's all going in scottrade, baby. 

i wonder when you're going to realize that underneath the snap judgments of what people are lies who they are. and that just because we don't understand something doesn't mean that it's any less real to someone else. 

I think that it's brainless to assume 
That making changes to your window's view 
Will give a new perspective

(eee; sing it, ben.) 


  1. That's definitely a good philosophy on clothing! And it's part of the reason that I never go shopping/buy anything.

    I tend to make snap judgments but I don't really take myself seriously. I hope no one else does ><

  2. O_O i don't need that much quality, baby, just multiple quantities of you ;)

    will you come home already?? i need your shoulders.

  3. Ahhh, I know what you mean! But like, on the other hand, I also know that my body shape will definitely still be changing as long as I'm mostly living on a campus. :/ I figure it'd make more sense to get the expensive stuff a bit later on, when I KNOW I'll be able to wear it forever, you know?