I gotta say, I’m really excited to be starting High School, but I’m even more enthralled by the fact that I am now part of one of the absolute best bands in Southern California. This band has a story, and I know how it feels to pick things up after being to close to your goal (.05).
I’m really pushing to keep a flow of people interested in band. There’s plenty of people who I believe belong in the program, but decided to look otherwise.
I want to say this, to anyone that’s following me that WAS in band 8th grade; YOU ARE MISSING OUT
This program is excellent, fun and not to mention, full of rewards. It’s really sad that you have decided to move onto another subject.
AND IF YOU’RE GOING TO DO CONCERT BAND INSTEAD, I’m laughing AT you. You’re so wrong…
I know there’s still bonds that have yet to be built, but I really want even more. I love music and I know at one point you did to. Marching is the fun part, the music is the hard part.
Not trying to be mean or anything... but....
Aren't you kind of like a hypocrite if you're saying "we shouldn't be doing it for the hype" Like really, I didn't see you playing a uke in like sixth grade but in eighth you start playing it cause other people started playing it...and people started bringing it to school and you brought yours to school...you know what I'm saying? Also what about your tail? You never had a tail but when people started getting them you got one. But yeah I just think your being a hypocrite about the "hype" JUST SAYING! I DIDN'T WANT IT TO BE MEAN SORRY! (cause on summers thing about they hype I just didn't really agree...)
I got a tail because I wanted one. The people who originally asked me to get it actually told me I should cut it off.
and in response to the uke thing, the first time I actually played one was at Bing’s house, and I fell in love with it since. I don’t play uke because everyone else does, I play it because I like to. Hype is really doing things for attention at the risk of not being yourself, but I remain me, I play uke because I like it, and, The thing about the bracelets, I said the company knows people get them for reasons other than supporting Breast Cancer, thus it generates money. Original post here. I did not in anyway say anything about “we shouldn’t do it for the hype”.
You try so hard to fit in, be like everyone else, postthings that you think will get many reblogs, show off what you know to impress others, act like you're the shit at everything, act like you know everything. its not attractive so why cant you just be yourself. and dont call me a "hater" im not
Try your advice elsewhere.
I am me, and I don’t need to try to fit in, simply, things should fall into place.
I don’t need your negativity towards me and my attitude.
I refuse to become another snob with a blog who only posts for likes and reblogs.