I say sheeit, these people must be hella stoopid or something… I want to beat the crap outta them just for being dumb. Oh well, guess I can’t be getting mad at people for lacking brain cells…
- People who walk in front of you and all of a sudden they turn around or stop and you have to make a quick move to avoid them.
- People who like to stand in a doorway or stairway and get in the way of the entire world. Example: Stupid retards who stand in the exit-way after a crowded lecture.
- People who try to be someone they’re not. Example 1: Those fake-ass wannabe gangstas and fratboys. Example 2: Those people who pretend they’re black or some other race they’re not.
- People who think they’re bad-ass.
- Insensitive and inconsiderate people who make so much noise when you’re trying to sleep that you get so mad you want to get up and chew their ass out but you can’t coz you’re all snuggled in already.
- People who sit behind you in class and shake their fat leg and make you think there’s an earthquake.
- People who think they’re always right (i.e. someone who never admits wrong).
- People who use that plate you washed last night so could use it this morning but now you can’t because that fool used it.
- People who are so lazy that it affects you and makes you want to kick their ass.
- People who lie.
- People who pretend to be all friendly and run up to you to give you a hug but really they’re running up to you to give you one of those far-away cheap-ass fake-ass “hugs”.
- People who don’t take responsibility for what they did do.
- People who take responsibility for what they didn’t do.
- People who write the answers next to the questions in the textbooks and mess you up coz now you can’t work out the problem on your own.
- People who don’t pick up after themselves.
These are a few lessons that I’ve learnt throughout my life. Note that they are lessons, and not rules, which means that they apply often, but not always. They sound like fortune cookie taglines, don’t they? Maybe they’ll make you think. Maybe they’ll make you laugh. Whatever happens, I hope you find them interesting.
- Don’t underestimate people.
- Don’t overestimate people.
- Depend on only yourself.
- Don’t forget where you came from.
- Be grateful to your benefitors.
- Taking the wrong path is easy; taking the right path is difficult.
- Treat others as you’d like to be treated.
- Keep your eyes open; know who are truly friends and who are not.
- If you want something done right, do it yourself.
- Stick up for what you believe in.
- What you think and believe about yourself is the most important.
- Remember the past, but don’t live in it.
- Nothing is forever. That is, everything has an ending.
- Take seriously only the matters that require it; think clearly and ask yourself if you really need to get all worked up for a stupid reason.
- Those who scorn reveal nothing but their own insecurities.
- When you feel angry, release that negative energy on something positive.
- True love is hard to find.
- Don’t let pride prevent you from doing the right thing.
- Be aware of your surroundings.
- If you are responsible, you will fulfill your obligations even if you don’t want to.
- Laugh and smile if you feel like it — fake smiles are ugly.
- Don’t be a smartass with an attitude.
- Think about the consequences of your actions before you take them.
- When you have lots of something, a little bit is nothing. When you have nothing, a little bit is a lot.
- Don’t be wasteful.
- If you’ve done wrong, admit it and take the consequences.
May 24, 1998 – I finally changed my short stories page! As before, there are two fictional stories from my junior year in high school, and one non-fictional one about my dad. Note that I said fictional for those stories, so don’t think I’m a freak or anything. haha I’ve added a story about an Asian American woman telling what it was and is like to be an immigrant. That was written in Spring 97. There’s another kinda corny story about Japanese internment and toys and all that. That was from high school as well. Finally, the last piece isn’t really a short story, but an essay I had to write for my comparative literature class about Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility. I hated that book so I wrote that in my paper and I totally expected an F, but I ended up getting an A! So I thought I’d share that with all y’all. =) Anyways, hope you enjoy my stuff!
Long time ago – Thank you for trying out my short stories page. There are two creative stories that I wrote during my junior and senior years in high school, so don’t get on my case if some of the grammar is off. =) The third story is a little more serious. It’s a true story about my father’s passing away. I warn you not to read it if you don’t want to feel all bad afterwards… I think it gives out a good message though. Anyways, hope you enjoy my stories!
Click on the choices to your left to read a story.