June 17, 2004 @ 1:50 pm by sean
Cedar Point was a good time yesterday. I haven’t been since 2002, so I was a little concerned since I’ve only enjoyed roller coasters since 1998. I got nervous going up each hill, but I was loving each one by the time we started going over the top of each hill. We sat in the back of the cars on as many as we could and looked behind us. That makes it increadibly more fun.
I hung out with Sean, Matt, Joel and Carlton. Carlton is black. He is the only black kid that came. We had a lot of fun with that(not at his expense, he joined in on all of it.) Sean made a comment at McDonald’s that black people like to hang out with the white people who try to be black because it makes them feel better about themselves ’cause they don’t have to try to be black. We all laughed really hard at that one, for quite a while. I’m glad we are able to joke about our differences, because we know the differences really are only the colour of our skin. And he can play sports better than us. And doesn’t have to wear sun block. And he drinks Sprite.
I totally forgot Dave Lamb lives right by Cedar Point. That would have been great if he could have made it.
Cedar Point seems to be a place that when people go, they make a statement about who they are by what the words on their clothing say. All the (intense) christians were their christian t-shirts with logos the secular world. The newest one I saw was faith|factor.(like fear|factor, the show.) The horny guys wear hats like “I like boobs.” and shirts like, “ass grass or gas, no one rides for free.” The music people wear the shirts of bands they like. There was a style trend for girls there that I didn’t really like. It seemed nearly every girl was wearing those um, exercise kinds shorts, some with words on their butts, and then rolled them at the top to make them even shorter. Some were even made to be rolled like that, because when they were rolled, there were words on the band that could be read normally. And they all wore tank tops maybe, with thin straps. Maybe they have a real name, but that’s all I could think of. I saw very few respectfully dressed girls there. One, who was probably the cutest girl I saw, was wearing short pants(does that make them capri’s?) and a t-shirt and I saw her in the 1st hour we were there. Can’t we just get a few respectfully dressed girls in this world? I’m glad nearly all of the girls I know dress respectfully.
I don’t like it when people intentionally act for attention, or are intentionally annoying.
I’m house/dog sitting at Sean’s until Sunday night. If you want to party it up, let me know. Just not Saturday night.