Mii- Mii the ever- loving 🌼💗‿💗🌼 (kattidya) wrote,
Mii- Mii the ever- loving 🌼💗‿💗🌼

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When I was a teenager, I watched the movie Freddy VS. Jason and learned of the fictional drug Hypnocil which prevents you from having dreams when you sleep. I wish it existed in real life, I hate having dreams. Bad dreams make me feel awful, and happy dreams make me feel even more awful when I realize that they are only dreams.

I woke up about at quarter past three o'clock in the morning, I had to pee so much that I practically felt my bladder bulge through my stomach.

Later the morning I got up about at ten o'clock, took my morning medicine, had a wash, dressed up and had breakfast and took my vitamin supplements.

I logged in to the online bank service to check out the balance of my online bank account, it was 60,05. I immediately went to the bank to withdraw the money.

It was sunny outside, I visited a small stand on the marketplace and bought a hand- made melon- scented bar of soap. I went to the library in order to pick up my requests, and noticed that there was a voting stand or whatevs they are called, so I went in and voted for Social Democrats, my favorite party.

I picked up my requests and went to Citymarket in Myyrmanni shopping mall; I bought a big carton of milk, a bunch of bananas, a bottle of hair conditioner, a tube of hand cream, a tube of Nivea face cream, a lip balm, and something else I already forgot.

Once back home, I just watched time go by until it was time to go to the movies; I was going to go see Kingsman: The Secret Service.

I took the bus 39 to Kamppi, once there I bought a ticket to the aforementioned movie.

One of my friends recommended it because zie loved the idea of Harry Hart being Eggsy's sugar daddy. I think my favorite scene was the "headasplode" with fireworks and classical music.

After the movie, I went to Girls' House to spend time but I stayed a bit too late.

I took the bus 452K to Myyrmäki, feeling utterly morose and moody, and it didn't help my mood that the radio in the bus was playing "Bittersweet symphony" by the Verve.

Once back home, I took my evening medicine but didn't feel like having a wash. I just changed into my pajamas, and suddenly I felt like I wanted to putter around my apartment. I looked through all the drawers, cupboards and closets, and looked for stuff I could give away.

I was feeling rather speedy, as if the medicine I had taken didn't calm me down.
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