growing up

Check out my medals!

The other day I was on gmail chat (so much more dignified than any other chat room, facebook chat is a sham) with my childhood friend and accomplice, K-Wub. Right from the beginning I knew this chat session would be different, when he asked me if I felt old.
 me: here in utah, yes

 caleb.r.jones: i know we are not really old old but sometimes i forget i am 23 and then i am like damn i am oldme: i know.
 then you realize you have done nothing.
 caleb.r.jones: ya and then you pee all over yourself
  wait no
 me: huh?
The session went on about politics, idealism, utopias, how freshman are lame, and why dealing crack would be a poor profession (it just isn’t classy). This got me thinking, as most things do… cause I am a thinker. Man, sometimes, I just sit in my room and think. I am a closet genius.  At the very least I haven’t gone off the deep end. Right? Whats worse, having done nothing with your life (me, by what standards I am not really sure, but if someone asked me, “Dave, what have you done with your life?” I think I would just look back at them with my scowl) OR turn out to be a jackwagon? At least I am not a wankster, I’m not overweight, or really really stupid.

2 thoughts on “Check out my medals!”

  1. Great question. I did some research, because I was interested, and I wanted you to feel validated.

    WANKSTER-From Urban Someone that pretends to be a ganster and tries to talk in gangster language and wear ganster clothes when the really don't know anything about being a ganster.
    Dexter Yee, that wankster, said, “Fasho, yo, mo' fo'” when trying to impress Nick Honda, the gangster.

    CRACKER- From Urban
    Noun. Slang word used to refer to those of European ancestry. The word is thought to have either derived from the sound of a whip being cracked by slave owners, or because crackers are generally white in color.

    From Wikipedia: Cracker, sometimes white cracker, is a pejorative term for poor white people.[1] It is especially used for the white inhabitants of the U.S. states of Georgia and Florida (Georgia crackers and Florida crackers), but it is also used throughout the Southern United States and more widely in North America.

    Whatever that all means.

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