Aug 062008
 

Urgent. Will die without reading.

  • 16:58 Jesus christ my kid has no fear. I anticipate lots of heart-clutching in my future. #
  • 21:19 Absolutely dying for a good game of kickball. #
  • 00:27 Apparently I should give up on trying to be friends with ppl my age and aim for the teens. #
  • 07:12 Blues Clues is too advanced for me at 7am. #
  • 07:14 Or ANY time, really. #
  • 07:57 TURN AROUND DONT DROWN. #
  • 12:06 I’m going to start saying “holy moly” a whole lot more. #
  • 13:15 If I was an european authority, I’d look the other way. #
  • 15:48 You know I’m lonely as fuck when I’m BEGGING henry to speed up the Blake-moving-in process. Shit I just want some company. #
  • 17:21 I put on some hardcore in the car and Chooch cheered. Henry said “he has the same anger as you, what do u expect?” #
  • 23:48 I really need to join a club. Preferrably one that offers porn and screamo shows. And spaghetti dinners. #
  • 23:59 I feel like an orphan. A goddamn 29-year-old fucking orphan. YOU KNOW THAT? AN ORPHAN. #

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  4 Responses to “Tweets for the Stunted”

  1. sigh. we gotta hang out sometime.

    i say “holy cows” a lot. a lot.

  2. 00:27 Apparently I should give up on trying to be friends with ppl my age and aim for the teens.

    some people might read this and think it’s because you’re “so immature”… but really it’s only b/c most ppl our age are LAME-OS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! so self- absorbed and ignorant in a lot of respects.

    there’s a lot more depth to you than most people give you credit for. there’s much more to erin than hilarious stories, henry bashing, neighbor stalking, cemetery walking…

    i wish everyone had the chance to know you like i do.

    ok- maybe not QUITE like i do.
    but- that’s only ‘cuz i’m selfish like that.

    • I think a lot of people think that getting older and growing up means becoming bland. And that’s just not the case. Ya don’t have to turn into your parents. Or grandparents. Or anyone else. In reality, you should just keep getting better at being yourself. Afterall, you’ve had a lot of practice.

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