I wouldn’t say I wasted the day away. I mean I did, but I did leave the house at least.
Like I said last night I went and paid a visit at my GP. What terrible service. The woman again told me this choking experience is something that happens to everyone and she didn’t give all that many solutions. I’m to come again next week for a blood test but that’s that. Ugh and I hate the actual GP, they really don’t want to be there and the people that actually come by at the GP are often old, worn out and tend to give off foul smells. I really need to change the General practice I attend.
I got back home around 11:30ish, and from then until around 7:45 in the evening myself and my brothers managed to stay at home the whole day in our boxers. That’s the advantage of living in a house full of only guys, nobody gives a shit sometimes. It’s too warm to even care and my room’s so stuffy with only one window. Sometimes you’ve just gotta strip, lol.
At 8’ish we headed out to our back-garden cinema to watch the trilogy-concluding The Dark Knight Rises. Before that though I managed to get through the first movie in the trilogy, Batman Begins and watched an hour and a half of the second, The Dark Knight.
I was really pleased with the end to the trilogy. Christian Bale played the role of Batman well yet again and Tom Hardy’s role of Bane was absolutely terrifying. If anyone deserves an award for acting it’d have to be him. The movie is around two and a bit over a half hours long and it’s so worth your money. This movie trilogy had become so iconic and it’s nice to see it slowly settle away fittingly. A director shouldn’t consider making another Batman film for another half decade, or hell another decade or so. They should let this rest for now. Christopher Nolan has been working on the new Superman movie that’s to come out next year, now that’ll be absolutely mindblowing.
What pissed me off and no doubt the rest of the crowd in the cinema was this small group of girls (and one guy with them) at the back. For the most part of the film they were talking, shouting, laughing and literally jumping on their seats. Honestly it annoyed the whole crowd. I was more-or-less seated at the back too and you could see people turning their heads back to give the group evils. A bunch of annoying stereotypical black girls that paid no attention to the film. HONESTLY, so annoying. SO annoying. Worst parts were when the film was in pure silence and you could hear their laughter throughout the screening room. Ugh. I can’t believe they actually spent money to watch a movie they paid no attention to and make uncomprehending levels of noise. For fuck sake. I’d rant more but I just really be bothered. They’re not worth my time or a full paragraph.
But whatever, doesn’t defeat the fact that the movie was amazing. We got home quite late in the night and at that point I thought that it would be a decent time to ask my mum if Tanya was actually allowed to stay over if need-be. To my surprise she was pretty lenient about it. Didn’t even ask why as well… In fact I was really surprised. I’d never asked for a girl to sleep over before because there’s been no need, so to even ask was a big deal. I guess she has that much trust in me and my brothers. Not like I’d do anything stupid though, definitely wouldn’t, not in my house. And I know I’ve done some pretty bad things before but I’m glad my mum has the trust in me to let me do things like that.
I can’t let her down. We’re all she has.
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Take care, thank you and sweet dreams. Adieu.