MY LITTLE SISTER JUST RAN INTO MY ROOM AND OPENED THE FUCKING WINDOW AND TRIED TO GET OUT BECAUSE MY OTEHR SISTER WAS PLAYING TAG WITH HER AND SHE DIDN’T WANT TO BE IT.
SHE ALMOST JUMPED OUT OF THE SECOND FLOOR SO SHE WOULDNT GET TAGGED
Now that’s what I call determination
my favorite thing about piper is how much she reminds me of me like on the outside she’s really tactful and nice and tries to reason with everyone to keep the peace but on the inside she makes really sarcastic comments and struggles not to maim and kill the idiots around her
— (via overheard-at-school)
awsxodrfv said: can you tell us how the signs are in school ?
aries - destructive influence
taurus - quiet achiever
gemini - distracted but absorb everything … star student
cancer - scared of being in trouble
leo - arts student
virgo - studious - star student
libra - socialite
scorpio - avoids group activities
sagittarius - “he could achieve great things if he could remain focused and put in some initiative”
capricorn - 100% attendance - star student
aquarius - at odds with what is being taught as final
pisces - maths book becomes art sketch book
Andy was acting weird, even Percy could see that. He just didn’t get why.
Had he said something that would have offended Andy? Percy racked his brain constantly, trying to remember if he had blabbed something stupid or insensitive. Unless Andy didn’t like puns and really bad jokes, he couldn’t, for the life of him, think of anything that would count.
Had he done something, maybe? But again, he couldn’t think what. Percy knew he was messy, but could Andy really hold it against him? If he had a problem with it, he should say something instead of pretending Percy didn’t exist.
The one conclusion he kept coming back to was that maybe Andy just hated him and Percy couldn’t help but take it personally. Maybe he smelled bad. Maybe he was annoying. Maybe he snored too loud.
He was thinking about it so much, it was even affecting his lap times. Not faster or slower, just the same - which was bad. Coach Hedge had to have a sit down with him and ask if anything was bothering him. He lied and said there wasn’t, just not feeling well. Hedge didn’t seem to buy it either, but he let him go without more questions.
After practice, he’d rarely see Andy. The few times he did, he was already up in his bunk and sound asleep. It was actually getting pretty lonely.