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Simon's Blog - February 14, 2006

February 14, 2006

Well, it's Valentine's Day today - time for all those losers who are in love to waste their money on chocolates or flowers for that special person who's only going to dump them in a couple of months (when they could be buying something cool like video games or new skate shoes.) Totally pathetic, if you ask me.

I saw Ben in the cafeteria with Samantha today being all romantic with each other and holding hands - made me want to vomit all over them. (Except I wouldn't want to waste my vomit on people as lame as them). Ben is always borrowing money from me at the mall and he never seems to have any cash - but he somehow managed to find some money to buy Samantha chocolates and flowers. He probably stole them from somewhere - after all, he stole my girlfriend, so I wouldn't put it pass him. Well, Ben won't be getting any money from me next month when he needs to buy Kleenex because he's crying his eyes out because Samantha's just broken up with him because she realizes what a massive nerd he is. But I don't care - doesn't really bother me who he goes out with.

The only Valentine's card I got was from Sindy. Nice of her to do that but it kinda seemed like a pity card - a way for her to say, "I know you won't be getting any Valentines from any girls who actually want to go out with you, so here's a card to make you feel better." Yeah, thanks Sindy, but you didn't need to bother. It kind of felt like getting one of those particpation ribbons on Sports Day because you weren't good enough to actually win any events.

Speaking of sports events, I'm going to forget about Valentine's Day for now and check out the Olympics on TV. I'd rather watch skiers and snowboarders crash and burn on the slopes than watch people's love lives crash and burn in the cafeteria.

Later,
Simon

omg! Simon just dosen't like v-day because he dosent have a G.F to share it with!!!!
Toodles_49

Dude, Simon get over it quit being a retard. Be happy for your friend and it's not his fault she likes him so GET OVER IT.
mustanggtconvert

I see your point. Considering me and my boyfriend just broke up. But no need to shoot down the holiday..we get free chocolate! (hehe). Well, I got chocolate, so it was ok for me.
nica_izzie

Simon, just because you don't have someone to be romantic with on Valentine's Day doesn't mean you have a right to criticize those of us who do have someone. I think you're just sad because you have no girlfriend.
twinkletoes2013

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