‘Working Class Hero’ – Cyndi Lauper
It’s been the usual hectic week.
I love Lilith in her way, and I also love Fergie. But these two haven’t really been the focal points of my problematic life this week.
The atmosphere at College is hell as Kat, Rita, and Willock pit their anger at me and Donna, viewing us as a negative force that’s been acting against them. Should have pulled their fucking weight, shouldn’t they? Lazy bastards. The time for diplomacy has passed and in all honesty, I no longer give a damn – and neither do Donna and Jonny!
‘The Celts’ – Enya
Lilith and I get ever closer and she says she wants me still; wants to make love to me – which is great. We could really do something about a relationship, y’know…
As for Fergie, she and I are talking again and that’s all good. We spoke on the phone tonite and it’s great to be close friends.
Time for a bath.
Goodnite from Ritcherd J Winterfood, the world’s crappest teenager.
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Next time: ‘Desperation and Donny…’