One time in 3rd grade this kid sat behind me during story time and started playing with my hair (random people touching your hair without asking is something you kind of learn to get used to when you have curly hair) so I was doing my best to ignore him.
When I got home that day I discovered that he hadn’t been pulling on the curls to watch them bounce like a normal bored kid, but had instead spent the entire hour tying my hair into hundreds of tiny, undoable knots. I had to get the 2nd worst hair cut of my life.
His unprovoked act of malice sparked a primordial rage and thirst for revenge in myself that I hadn’t known existed prior, and have only experienced twice since. He had ruined something I loved, so I decided to destroy something he cherished.
The next time we had story time, I sat behind him and carefully picked off all of the lettering on the back of his signed Yzerman jersey. I had to miss recess for a week but it was worth it to see him cry. Hair would grow back, but that jersey was ruined forever.
I used to think that Steve Carlsberg was an asshole but I see the wrong in my ways cecil you have lead me wrong why
What if the Man In The Tan Jacket is that former radio host that they talked about in cassette? It seems very likely, he even said ‘I know what’s she is going through’ so he would know about being retired.Submitted by: anon
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