We all have a role model, someone to look up to. It’s great to have one, they keep your hopes high.
Who is my role model? Well for a long time is was YouTubers, people who became famous from doing next to nothing. I still think they are great, hilarious and inspirational. But my role model is someone who most boys wouldn’t think of:
This actor has inspired me. And I mean REALLY inspired me to become an actor, he is just so similar to me. When other actors talk about him, I can’t help but relate. He seems like the kind of person who would be nice to anyone, no matter who they are.
That brings me to the ‘Straight But Not Narrow’ group. This is the group that I have been looking for, a place for the LGBT and straight to join together. Josh Hutcherson is part of the SBNN community and he does a lot! Straight but not narrow basically means an open minded straight person. So to put it simpler- Me. Or another way to put it is- Josh.
(I am trying very hard not to sound like a stalker here)
Of course, Joshs career boosted massively after The Hunger Games. During one of the thousand interviews, Josh stated that he wanted to be Peeta because he can relate to him massively. Umm… So can I…
Most of Hutchersons fans are teenage girls who a kinda creepy of Twitter, ( I mean seriously, why would you call a guy who is a few years older than you ‘Daddy’?) but I am a fan for a different reason, because he is a talented actor who has worked incredibly hard to be where he is today.
Also he likes dogs. I like dogs.
I know it sounds kinda crazy but if there is any way in which someone could get Josh to see this, it would be greatly appreciated. 🙂
Have a fun life! 🙂
It’s been a while, hasn’t it? But I’m still here
I recently finished all of my GCSE’s, it has been the most stressful time in my life!
But I now have 2 1/2 months to relax…
So what should I do? I’m not the socialable type so I don’t go out very much. But what I would like… Is a partner…
I’m 16 and I still haven’t had a girlfriend. For some people this may seem normal, but I want to have a ‘partner in crime’, someone who is my best friend as well as my lover. (This must sound so cringey).
I am extremely picky when it comes to the perfect match. I don’t 100% know what my ideal partner would look like. I’m not into the show off girls who paint themselves in make up. I want to be with someone who is naturally a piece of art. (More cringe!)
I have had crushes on girls at school, but I have eventually gotten bored. However there is one girl who has caught my eye. She is pretty, she has my sense of humour, she isn’t a show off, she’s intelligent. Most of my boxes have been ticked. But there is one in particular that remains empty:
She is too popular for me…
In my last post, I expressed how much I hate being shy, and here is another reason. I cannot talk to the girl I have a crush on.
I keep trying to force myself to start talking to her on social media, but I don’t think I am her type. She has a huge crush on another boy in my year. He is tall, confident, naughty, boastful and charming… The complete opposite of me.
But I shall not let this ruin my summer!
Let me know if you are stuck in the same sticky situation as myself.
Have a fun life! 🙂
I hate being shy…
Ok, so everyone who knows me will know that I am super shy. It takes about a year for me to talk to someone like a normal human being, and that is only if I see them regularly. But there are lots of people who I know that I wish I could talk to without feeling awkward or uncomfortable.
Sometimes, I have a funny comment that I know everyone would appreciate if I said it, but because I am shy, I keep it in my head and no one will ever hear it. Once more, if I force myself to say something, I usually say it too quietly or quickly so that no one will hear and they fun is lost. If I wasn’t shy, I think I would feel a lot more welcome into the world. At the moment, I feel like I’m trapped in my own cage and the only person who notices all my emotions is me. I’m not saying that people are ignoring me; I’m saying I don’t have the courage to share my thoughts and feelings with others.
During some classes at school, people notice me listening in to other people’s conversations, and when they say something funny I laugh to myself. Then people would ask, “Why are you laughing?”. It’s because I am trying to get involved in others peoples conversations, and maybe, just maybe, they might notice and welcome me to join in.
I feel comfortable with the people I hang around with at school, mainly because they have been though the pain that I feel. And I can join in to any of there conversations without seeming nosey or rude.
Because of my shyness, I spend a lot of my time wearing headphones, so that I don’t have to embarrass myself in front of any of my family. I feel close to the people who I watch on YouTube as they are also shy and occasionally feel awkward. I see them as family members, or friends who – if I ever met – I could share all my problems with, and they would understand.
I feel as if I am constantly repeating myself here, but I see it as the hardest obstacle to overcome in my life. People say that shyness is a disability, which I think is right. I feel like being shy cuts a huge chunk out of my personality. If you asked my mum, brother or sister how I act at home, you would be quite surprised. I am probably still the quietest at home, but I am bubbly, happy and quite random at times, (like yesterday, when I said my favourite word was “browse”).
At school, I talk to myself constantly in my head. The things I say to myself people would usually say to their friends, but I don’t feel close to anyone at school to share my opinions, I’ve often attempted sharing my opinions, but I made the wrong decision and the person I told would spread it like crazy.
That’s why no one really knows much about me.
To overcome my shyness, I joined a theatre group, I have kept this a secret since June 2013. No one at school knows about this because I knew that if I told someone, they would make fun of me, or tell someone else and they would make fun of me. I feel more at home there, all the people are friendly and silly. But I am still known as ‘one of the quiet ones’ and I can’t help that. When I go for auditions, I try to sing, but I can’t. I can’t even sing in front of my mum without feel awkward. This hurts because I know I am decent singer, and would getter better parts if I was less shy.
One of the most painful parts of being shy is the fact I can’t even talk to my Dad normally.
When I start college, I am going to try and change. Try and talk to everyone like I have known them for years. But I know that it will be super challenging and people that I have known for years may drift away from the confident version of me.
I’m sorry this is so depressing but I hope that there is someone out there who understands this and doesn’t think ‘just shape up’.
Have a fun life! 🙂
BEFORE YOU READ THIS. PLEASE READ MY SEXUALITY FIRST. THANKS.
I’ve done some research since the last sexuality post and I have finally, 100% realised the truth to who I really am.
I am straight.
I know I said before that I have sexual thoughts about guys, but I realised that most guys do that and that it’s a natural thing. I finally feel confident with calling myself straight.
I felt 98% okay calling myself gender neutral, but i knew people would get the wrong idea if I told them.
I’m just glad I’m not the only one in this boat of emotions.
I’m sorry this post is shorter but I just wanted to put it out there that I am straight and confident to be straight.
Have a fun life! 🙂
I believe in ghosts. 100%. And there is one in my school.
Opening doors, seeing figures, whispers. All of this, people have witnessed since the beginning of my school life.
Apparently he’s called Oliver. A soldier or student who continues to walk up and down the corridor between the toilets and the Head of English’s office. A teacher – I’m not sure which one – says that they have seen him multiple times. Pretty spooky.
I’ve witnessed it, too. Once, while in a biology lesson, the door fully opened all by its own. Everyone waited for someone to enter the room but they never did. Creeped out, a student checked to see if someone had done a ‘knock and run’, but no one seemed to be around. This was my first experience. It could have been the wind, but the doors are pretty big and heavy. And I’m pretty sure all the windows were shut as there is a wasps nest just outside.
My second experience was just me. It was terrifying. I was in English, getting on with my work. When I heard someone whisper something in my ear. I turned around, thinking it was the teacher giving me advice. But here was no one there. I can’t really remember what the voice said but it was very clear.
My house it haunted, too. Once, I was looking in the mirror, when I saw a black figure crouched down on the stairs, as if they were hiding behind the bannister. As few other creepy things have happend, too.
During Christmas, I was sat on the armchair and my brother was sat on the sofa, when a group of Christmas decorations on the tree suddenly started moving, as if someone had just kicked them (as they were close to the bottom of the tree).
Finally, me and my brother also saw someones trousers, folded over the banisters ready to be taken upstairs, get flicked up violently. We both saw it and we were both extremely confused.
Anyway, that’s all my ghost experiences. Do you have any?
Have a fun life! 🙂
This is probably the most difficult part of my life.
At first, I was certain that I was straight. I fancied girls at school and everything. But then I started looking at guys on TV or guys walking down the street. I also began searching famous men’s bodies on Google Images.
I didn’t want to be gay. I didn’t want to be the first gay person in the family. I felt like I would let them down.
One thing that made me think that I was not gay was the fact that I didn’t have a crush on any guys at school. I wasn’t sure so I took a gay test on Google, they said that I was something like 40% gay. That sounded about right.
But it all changed when I began to have a crush on a girl at school, and I mean s proper crush. I really liked her – and I still do.
So am I bisexual? To begin with that sounded right. But it still felt uncomfortable to consider myself 50% gay. So I researched.
I’m sure you all know who Josh Hutcherson is. The guy of many girls’ dreams. I look up to him as he is very similar to me. He is quite short. He is kind and has a good sense of humour, and he considers himself “mostly straight”.
Wow, ok, someone who is similar to me!
I carried on reading about him, and I found out that he thinks that it is wrong to categorise ourselves as gay, straight or bi. This is called “Gender Neutral”.
Gender Neutral also means that you consider yourself straight, but you still have ‘sexual interactions’ with the same gender. And that’s when I found out who I was.
I am Jake, and I am gender neutral.
This was a really hard topic to talk about, but i’m glad that i got to share it with the world.
Have a fun life! 🙂
Ok, so I thought I should get this out of the way as it is one of the most painful, stressful and annoying things I have ever had to go through.
If you don’t know, GCSE’s are exams that every student in Year 11 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland have to do before they leave. There is a lot (and I mean A LOT) of preparation before these exams.
Revision is possibly the worst part of this. Wasting your home time looking at a book and trying as hard as you can to understand what it means, then trying to remember absolutely everything for the exam.
Then there’s the teachers. They get just as stressed as the students, especially when the students aren’t taking it seriously. They begin to set loads of homework, they get more strict, they give out more punishments. Recently, my chemistry teacher said he is giving us a test on Monday, and if we don’t do well, he will give us a detention!
Hang on! That means that he is threatening to give us a detention (which is obviously a form of punishment) if we a struggling! That is, in no way, fair towards us. Instead of saying ‘detention’ he could say ‘Extra help’. See? That sounds a lot nice and more helpful. Saying ‘detention’ puts pressure on us, and then makes us panic during the exam!
As you may have guessed, I don’t like my Chemistry teacher.
I do, however, like my English teacher. She is so very kind, so very helpful, and so very boring. Ok, I know that shounds like a bad thing, but because she repeats the same thing over and over and over again until we want to kill ourselves, we remember it a lot more! It’s simple.
Having a bad or good teacher really does affect your grades.
I have seriously given up on chemistry. I hate it so much!
Other subjects I am doing for GCSE’s are:
and of course Engish (Enjoy) and Chemistry (Despise!)
Apart from Chemistry, I’m doing pretty well with my GCSE’s. And that’s just about all my thoughts on them.
Have a fun life! 🙂
I’ve always wanted to write a blog. So here I am!
I don’t expect anyone to take proper interest in my blog, but I want to share some of the positives and negative of my life (hopefully more positive than negative)
Anyway, welcome to my page and have a fun life! 🙂