That there’s a code, Bradlers. Don’t worry guys, I promise this isn’t about to turn into Usborne Puzzle Adventures: Internet Edition (I loved those books as a kid!).
Sorry for the massive gap between posts. That’s my fault for playing in the snow when I should have been doing history coursework.
Anyway, that’s in now, although it’s not the final draft. I’ve also got the vocals recorded for Music Tech, although there’s a fair bit of editing that still needs doing. My throat is now feeling kinda sore.
In the meantime, I’ve also been enjoying the snow a lot. I love it! It’s so cool! Sadly, most of it has gone now. Now it’s just very cold, and slippery underfoot, which isn’t so cool. Some of my friends are changing their costumes for the Sixth Form party this evening, to make them more suitable for the weather. Fortunately, my costume is practical and warm! Although I guess it’s easier for guys to choose warm outfits, seeing as the fashion for girls’ costumes tends to bare a lot of skin.
Here’s hoping they don’t cancel the party again.
In other news, Meg, a year 12 student with a very unfortunate hairstyle, who is attending a Gloucestershire girls’ grammar school, is a very rude person. I’m not normally a naming-and-shaming type person, but she deserves to be ashamed, and anyway, she’s unlikely to ever read this. Anyway, she steals people’s chairs. Seriously, my friend had gotten up to talk to a friend of his, and Meg came over and picked up his chair, even though there were a whole bunch of unoccupied chairs right behind her. So another friend of mine, who was sitting next to where the guy who’d stood up had been sat, put her hand on the chair and said “No, that’s taken.” So Meg yanks the chair out of her hand really aggressively, goes over and sits with her friends, and proceeds to bitch about us to her friends, and glares at us for the rest of lunch.