2 Jun 2011
Pros/Cons List of having rubbish job and being single in tiny Welsh village (...and living with parents)
Pros :- Lots of spare cash and not a lot to spend the spare cash on. The biggest store we had was a “buy-wise” store and I would not be caught dead in that. Not because I am a snob – au contraire, I’m always up for a bargain and I actually bought two mini shorts from them once upon a time. The first one ripped while I was walking on the beach with Thom. Like properly ass-hanging-out ripped! Thom couldn’t speak for laughing. This should have been my first sign that he wasn’t good for me, twat! Though I’m pretty sure I’d have done exactly the same thing too. I had to walk awkwardly all the way home and change quickly into a pair of jeans. A few days later, I put on the second pair and they lasted all of 30 minutes and ripped as I got onto the bus. What fresh hell was this?! I made my excuses and got off the bus and since then, anytime I see a pair of summer shorts for £2, I steer very clear. Pardon my waffle here but I needed to explain why I refuse to shop in Buy-wise, the pride of my village (more like Buy-stupid!).
As a result of my lack of spending, I had a bit of money saved to potentially help me with my move to London and I called my friend to see what she thought of my plans and by the time I got off the phone an hour later, my mind was made up! I would be moving to London! The only thing I would miss here (asides my family of course) was watching Thom’s bum (oh we had some good times together – the bum and I) but all things considered, I was more than ready to move on. Maybe I will write to the bum… I’ll see if I can convince the bum to leave its owner and move to London with me. Yes, that would be nice! We’d paint the town red, the bum and I…
Oh, I almost forgot – the “Cons”:- actually, you must have figured this out already – rubbish job, girls named “Chelle” and evil mini shorts whose one purpose in life is to embarrass the hell outta ya!
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