Dec 31 2010

Ok, some things don't change

From my Xanga in 2001, whining about no boys liking me (yes, I was a typical 13 year old):

Maybe I should just become a nun or something. … Wait, I don’t even go to church or believe that hoo-ha.



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  1. 1
    Camels With Hammers

    haha, well, here’s hoping by this time next year, precisely one and not both of those things have changed! Good luck in the new year, Jen, may you even top the last one (if that’s bloggingly possible!)

  2. 2
    Diego, El Mapache

    So, no one told you boys didn’t like you because you didn’t believe in God? I would have totally expected that.If so, go to whoever said that and proudly announce you have a steady fanbase of hot heretic guys.

  3. 3

    Well, I married an atheist engineer (who also complains about clothes fitting). Then again, brains are sexy when you study neurolinguistic developmentā€¦

  4. 4
    R G Altizer

    I think there could be a market for secular nunnery and monkery. All the peaceful introspection; none of the “hoo-ha.”

  5. 5
    Improbable Joe

    Do the boys still not like you? Count yourself lucky, and look out for a MAN who will like you just fine.

  6. 6

    Isn’t going to grad school the same as entering a convent?

  7. 7

    Things have changed but at one time women going into academia as a career did not generally marry (look into the history of the women colleges). Admittedly effective birth control has changed things.

  8. 8

    The boys liked you just fine. They were just intimidated by your intelligence. Boys will still have that problem. Good thing that men like intelligence in a woman.

  9. 9

    Trust me, most of those boys definitely believed in hoo-ha. :P

  10. 10
    Michael Brown

    Yes, I think I speak for boys everywhere when I say I hope your hoo-ha has a wonderful 2011.

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