Monday, November 16, 2009

This Week's Digi Giveaway

Greetings stampers! I hope your weekend was swell! Did everyone have a fun Spa hop??? I hope so! A big applause for the CADT and Jessica for hosting another fabulous release party! Oh and so I did watch P.S. I Love You and I will be reading the book as well. Yes there were tears, especially that darn part where she was singing to him. Waterworks! Oh and the part where she kept calling him on her cell to listen to his voicemail. Forget the tissues, just hand me a bath towel ok! It was very cute and happy and sad all in one, although I'm sure the book is better hence I will be reading it! Ok so... on another note, anyone living in Scotland or Ireland at the moment? Because I'm planning to visit there sometime next year and I'd to know what's a good time of the year to come. Also what city should I stay in, I'm planning on renting a house for a week and just explore from there to the various attractions. =)

We have a super cute digi for the giveaway today! But before we continue, here's the winners of last week's Autumn Fairy!

JenniferCR
Ruthie
Yoorah
kim.mom 

Email me to claim your digi!!!

And now for this week's digi, may I present....


Maria

 This cute latina is all dolled up for a celebration. I really enjoyed designing Maria because it reminded of my elementary days... there were always these beautiful little mexican girls who had these fabulous ponytail holders in their thick curly hair. And ok their lashes go on for miles. Oh how envious I was. sigh... Thanks Dad for giving me that asian bowl cut hair. You can only imagine my despair to see these girls with their long and gorgeous hair and I'm sitting there with my Bruce Lee hairdo. Ugh. Anyway... that's a glimpse into my childhood for you today. hahaha. Good luck!!!

Today's question is: Any traumatizing/funny stories from childhood?

Aside from my hair horror stories, the one thing I hated during grade school was.... dodgeball. Ok, seriously, what kind of game is that! Kids flinging a big rubber ball at you, probably a million mph (or so it seems like when you get hit). And there's like no place to run because you're in a circle with a bunch of other screaming kids running for their lives. And you know... you KNOW that you're the next target!!! tsk tsk.... tramautizing... oh and it gets worse!!! Cuz then you get to like 5th-6th grade and no they don't play dodgeball anymore... why? Cuz now they play Bombargement (aka Prison Ball) and this time you can't dodge it cuz that's the rule. You HAVE to catch it. Gawd... and the best part? A 6th grade boy flinging that darn ball at you hurts more than when you were in 3rd grade. Yea... now it's like a canon going 3 million mph. Ok now I'm just gonna go lay on the couch in fetal position for a while.

70 comments:

itsabrt said...

What a darling Digi! My trauma was the hand me downs i was forced to wear and the nicknames I got from it! There is good it this because I love the thrift stores and save money to but stamps! BR-T

the paper bug said...

Ahahahaha! You're too funny Marie. I love the new digi, Maria. :)

Rebecca

Carol Meadows said...

I had a younger sister that had to be dragged out the car from kindergarten to second grade. I was so embarrassed I got out of the car before the other siblings did as soon as we pulled into the school driveway so people wouldn't look at me ! Carol M in TX / carolswingster77@aol.com

Amy said...

OMG Marie you have me rolling! LOL
Oh and I totally hear you on that fabulous latina hair... my best friend all through grade school was Elizabeth and I always thought she had the coolest braids and hair barettes, I was totally jealous! ;)
So I hope that little Maria here will eventually find her way into rubber. :)

I think my most traumatizing childhood memory was fourth grade, sitting on the floor in class watching a movie when all of a sudden I threw up all over one of my friends who was sitting in front of me... ugh... it wasn't fun for me, or her! LOL

Amy's Stocking Stuffers said...

Love the digi!

Ok, does this count, from 7th grade? I was learning how to waterski, and had finally managed to stand up on skis, and I'm merrily skiing around the lake. Now, I was pretty near-sighted, so while waterskiing I couldn't see a thing without my glasses. After several minutes I look down, and realize that my one-piece bathing suit has been down around my waist for several minutes!

To this day, the first thing I do when I get up on waterskiis is look down to see that everything that's supposed to be covered, is covered!

Sammi said...

Oh wow! Maria is too cute! She is gorgeous!!!
lol - thanks for sharing your horror story with us :D
I have a horror hair story too...I had to start Primary school at a new school - in a new town with a layer/ boy haircut! Disaster!!
xxx

Kris said...

Congrats to the winners! Marie, i just get kicks out of your stories... =D but i do remember those asian bowl on the head haircuts... i use to get those too... ugh, it was hideous... LOL...

montygonza said...

AHHH! my Wallet can't stand it anymore!!! There are so many cute things I want(need) to buy.

I guess I will have extend my Xmas Wish list some more LOL.

My embarrassing/traumatising event was when I was eight, I wasn't feeling well on holidays. My family was in the local corner store, that was packed. I announced I was going to be sick and Mum said to go through up in the gutter, but I didn't make it. As I was running I chucked then slipped in it all the way to the gutter, in front of all these people. It was horrid.

Amanda

Christine said...

I can't believe I won!!! Yay!

I felt just like that about dodge ball! Ack!!!

When I was in the 8th grade, I had on a smocked dress with the big skirt part. I was getting books off the bottom of the locker, placing them on my lap. I walked accross the hall, to my home room. When I got into the class, my friend pulled my skirt from between my hands and the books. At least I only had to walk across the hall with my skirt in my up to my waist!!!

Blessings,
Christine

Ruthie said...

LOL - I remember the awful swimming in the outside pool at our school! It was freezing - UK no heating! and seemed to always have flies on it! And then afterwards we had to dry our hair before we dried ourselves so that meant we werent allowed to wrap ourselves in the towel - the teacher used to come along and pinch us if we used our towels on us before our hair - she had really really long nails! I have recovered now! AND always dry my hair first lolx

Lilacanglia said...

Oh My,
My middle name is maria, and this so reminds me of my childhood,
My most traumatising memory apart from the way my mum wanted to dress me was that I took the eleven plus and was the only one meant to go a different school as I passed, but my friends went to another one, so in the end after what seemed years as a kid, my mum gave in and let me go to the same school as my friends.
Hugs
Angie

Claireabelle said...

Love that new digi Marie!!!

School trauma? probably when me and my sister (being the tallest in the class) had to play the giant turnip in a school play!! Im scarred for life

Renee G said...

to funny marie...i hope you are upright and out of fetal possition now! But i hear ya on that! Another game that was horrible...crack the whip! i always was on the end...

my horror story was from church camp in montana....my now brother in laws cousin, who always walked around talking like he was austrailian ( crocodile dundee movie was popular at that time....) anywho...Miles..was his masacistic name....chased me down with someother boys...and stuck a nasty frog down my pants..let me up...and there was frog legs sticking out of my pants...'boing' boing'....ewwwwww scream...i hate frogs till this day! ok now ill hve to join you in the fetal possiton on the couch! ha

Emu Up A Gum Tree said...

Hilarious Post, Love that girlie doll, just beautiful

Loz (Aus) said...

Oh God... the reperessed memories you've just released!!!
I hated games like that. But I think my worst thing ever, were these hidious sneakers my mother bought me and they litterally had rubber spikes on the bottoms - like golf shoes or something... and everytime there was dog poop in the school yard, my shoes found it! And it was nearly impossible to scrape it out (and revolting!) no-one wants to walk around smelling like dog poop! Oh, how I hated those shoes!!

Oura512 said...

OMG such a sweet stamp!
I think my most traumatizing childhood memory was when I was on the meadow and I sat down on the dog poo. :/
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☼ Cheryl* said...

Lovely digi!
I think my traumatising story was when I CHOSE to have my hair cut really really short! I cried for days, it was terrible!

~*Joni said...

Yay Yoorah!!!
Maria is adorable! I know right? They are born with hair down to mid back. Totally not fair!
My heart was aching re-living the dodgeball days for you. ;) And prison ball was worse. I used to stand next to the meanest girl who happened to be a good friend of mine and a great athlete. She would block me and beam whomever back who tried to get me out. Thanks Dionne, wherever you are.

And btw, I too was a Bruce Lee, nice and neat right along the bang line. Parents can be so mean. ;)

Mrs Weyremaster said...

Oh My isn't Maria gorgeous, so cute. I was always really jealous of the other girls at school, cos they had beautiful long hair; and my aunt cut mine so so short it's unbelieveable, not only did it make me look like a boy, but my fringe was an inch long if i was lucky.

If your planning on visiting Scotland then anytime between July and Sept is best weather wise, usually fairly warm and dry.
As for somewhere to stay, i'd recommend somewhere in the borders, around Glasgow or Edinburgh. There is plenty to see around there and you can drive further north to visit loch ness and the mountains. I live on the North East Coast in Aberdeen, which is also very nice, we have some beautiful mountains, and distilleries nearby. To be honest tho it doesn't really matter where you go in Scotland it's all beautiful, and you'll have a wonderful time.

Have a great day
Suzi
xxx

Tasha said...

Fab digi Marie so so cute! Your story had me in stitches!
Mmmmm i must say school was pretty untraumatic for me. One embarassing thing is that i couldnt have the 'Girlie' talk at school where they prepared you for hitting puberty. Every time they mentioned blood or showed images of the womb i fainted - after fainting 3 times they took me out and then i fainted again bashed my head and ended up in A&E lol! Needless to say it was the talk of the school for a week, but then a boy managed to get his foot stuck in a toilet and i was long forgotten!
love tasha xx

Jenn Borjeson said...

ROFLOL Aw - you poor kid! Thanks for sharing your story. I have to share a story, but it's about my sister, not me - we are a year apart and very close. When she was in probably the 3rd or 4th grade, she had one one of those "wraparound skirts" - that only tied shut, that was it.... well, some 3rd or 4th grade little boy decided to UNTIE it. And poor Michelle's skirt came off and left her standing there in her underwear. Talk about traumatized! It's a wonder we're not all in therapy on couches in the fetal position! :)

Maria is adorable, love her!

L.Nielsen (Lynda) said...

OH Man Marie, you have me cracking up here!!! You are too too funny! I swear to you that my horror story will make you just die...
When I was little, my mother and all her sibblings (7 of them) and of course all 32 of my cousins would gather for Thanksgiving at one of my aunts house. They had a farm, and it was the biggest house that we could all fit.
My cousins and I would always go out and play in the barn, we'd play hide-n-seek etc. Well smarty me, thought I could hide right in between 2 cows heads, they'd never see me there. The hiding part went well, but when I stood up from my crouching position to see if it was safe to run, one of the cow with horns decided that it had enough of me being in that spot, and bucked me with it's horn, and WHERE do you think that horn hit me??? Right in the private parts... that's where.... OF COURSE I WAS SCREAMING!!! The boys told me to suck it up and deal, but my sister brought me to my mother, who decided to take a look.... She said "take your pants down" WHAT??????? Not here... Yes right in the middle of the dining room with God only knows how many people.... DEAR LORD I thought I would die... Thankfully the only damage done was a great big purple bruise.
To this day I will NEVER trust a cow again! LOL
Hugs
Lynda =)

Tanya said...

Such a cute digi!

My most traumatic event from childhood was when someone asked me about being a "virgin" and I didn't know what it was and answered incorrectly (yes/no) and was picked on by the whole class forever....well until we moved :( I still hate that girl today (should I mention she just got arrested :))

Snail Mail Creations said...

cute new digi!

Maxine said...

Oh, my request a couple of weeks ago was for a Latina for my cards!!!!! What a dream come true! You guys are just AMAZING I am almost going to cry. As soon as I saw the picture on my dashboard I knew she was a Latina. I mean you may think it is just a stamp or oh how cute, but she's part of the familia you know? My sisters in Laredo have been waiting for something like this for our cards and invitations. Thanks so much. If I don't win it I will for sure have to buy it.
Any way my trauma was when we wanted to play baseball and didn't have the ball but we had a stick. My bother though it would be good if we used a kick ball. I was the first to bat and well have you ever tried to hit a kickball with a hard stick? The stick flew back and gave me a HUGE bump on the forehead. I had it for weeks and everyone called me Quasimotto.

Angela said...

OH, this little Maris is just too cute..
probably in Kindergarten, We had this BIG HIGH slide and I would not go down it. All the kids laughed at me because my teacher went down the slide with me. I had just turned five and there was no way I was going by myself. After that I wanted to go over and over again. But I still remeber it like it was yesterday!!

Renie said...

My tragic story....when I was seven I was visiting my family in Cininniti(sp?) and if you have been there you know they have incline driveways. Well my sisters were riding a go-cart bike down the driveway and would pull onto the grass to stop. So wanting to be like the older kids I did it. Well, I didn't make it to the grass, I ranright into the back of my uncles truck and busted my mouth open.I turned everyones shirt red....who knew so much blood could come out of a mouth!

Sue D said...

Very cute digi! My traumatic moment is probably very common. I was going up to the teacher's desk in second grade to tell her I didn't feel well and before I could get there I threw up all over the blackboard.

Rachel said...

Oh Marie. Hilarious.
No trauma for me. BUT I ABSOLUTELY LOVE MARIA. As a little Mexican girl myself, I must have her!!!

Tina said...

Maria digi is adorable! I only lived about 3 blocks from my elementary school. In kinder., I remember having to go to school late one day b/c I had to get some immunizaions. I was sooo upset with my mom b/c she made me walk to school by myself, in the rain (umbrella in hand). I was very shy then and thought that was the worst thing, back then anyway.

AShu93 said...

Maria is really adorable.

Count me in on hating dodgeball too! The boys would throw it so hard & knock out all the girls right away, ugh!

Mary said...

Congrats to the winners!

I went to a private school from 2nd grade through 9th grade. And as part of the dress code the girls had to wear below the knee skirts or dresses. So, one day when I was on the playground, I think I was in 6th grade. I was sitting on the swingset talking to a couple friends and when the bell rang to go inside I got up and my skirt had gotten caught in the metal of the sing. It took our principal and another teacher coming out to unhook my skirt and I was late for class and when I went in everyone was laughing. It was horrible!!

Jessabells said...

Oh she is adorable. I guess being in Kindergarten with a broken arm, no front teeth and no bangs because I cut them off. OH what a mess. No wonder why I can't leave the house without looking in the mirror 50 times.

PaperCrafty said...

Darling Digi!! You are too funny Marie...thanks for the laugh!!

Carol said...

I love the digi!! I did not fit in to elementary school well...I was awkward so the whole experience was embarrassing actually, lol!

GobeaGirl said...

I Love the new Digi.....she is soooo cute. I think for me it was riding the bus home in the winter with my guitar in hand and dress shoes on when I fell down the steps from the ice that the bus driver had neglected to get off the step...Because it was catholic school they used city busses to transfort us..Well needless to say the city had to come to the house and talk to my parents and take pictures of my back..Like just falling was not bad enough! Were did you say the couch was? UUUUgghhhh....Lisa g :D

Lauretta See ( LadyPou) said...

nice digi :)

my storie is a traumatizing one..
i had a beatiful cat.. i had him for a while, then one of my aunt's said we should give hime vitamins.. dont know if it was the cause or not this cat whent WILD... he jumed riht too my face.. i was about 6 years old.. i started screaming and running all over the house.. and the cat continued scratching me and attacking me.. my grand-dad was able with a brume to kick the cat out of the house... he never was aloud back in.. i was so sad.. i still loved this cat.. i do still love cats too :)

Jeanette said...

Such a cute digi!!!

Oh, I hated dodge ball, too! And showers after PE. Who am I kidding, I HATED PE! Always being the new kid in school (we moved every 3-6 months) no one knew me... and everyone loved to pick on me. Did I mention I'm not athletic at all! I was always the last one chosen to be on a team... and the first one criticized when something went wrong. Hmmmmmmmm...think I'll go play with my stamps now and try to forget painful memories. LOL!

Frank said...

Love the new digi....your story cracked me up...which isn't necessarily a good thing when you're at work...

MiamiKel said...

Love the new digis! THe banner looks dazzling!

Hmmm, I think the only thing traumatic was having to wear big huge coke-bottle thick glasses but the teasing wasn't so bad. Gave me self conscious issues though! ;)

Happy Monday!

Annie said...

Super darling Maria!

My story... When I was 3, my parents had a lot of people over to celebrate my mom's birthday. My dad ordered a huge very special cake and put it in our guest bedroom (out of the way). Then when time came to bring the cake they found the cake and NO icing! Because apperantly it was so yummy I licked it all :)

Craftyanny said...

oh she's pretty, love the flowers in her hair.
I've had such a giggle reading the comments today
Anne x

Bram_fam said...

I have to say that one day when I was a little girl, a big dog approached me at my home and I've had a fear of big dogs ever since!

Lesley said...

Another gorgeous digi-stamp!

My traumatic experience from school was that when we moved from Ireland to Canada, I'd had a huge growth spurt that summer. My mother refused to spend a fortune on new clothes until our shipping container arrived and we could see what could be salvaged as "fitting"...so I was the funny-talking "new girl" with the flood pants...sigh...

Rachel said...

Alright, it's not funny but your comment about the Bruce Lee hair had me rolling this morning!

I think my "un-fondest" memories are of all the horrible clothes I wore. They were all like size XL and super ugly. Ugh, the pictures are bad.

Erin said...

Speaking of bad hair. The girl that lived behind me decided to play beauty shop with me a week before I was flower girl in my cousins wedding. My hair was chopped up. Let's just say I got the spanking of a life time.

JenniferCR said...

What a cute digi Marie! And woohoo, I won Autumn Fairy...thank you so much! =)
Tramatic childhood experience...some guy set fire to the woods across the street from my house. Being that I was a kid, I was so concerned that my house was going to burn down (never a really big threat). Anyway, a ton a firetrucks came, police, etc. THey had helpcopters fly in with buckets attached to drop water (it was in the middle of a sanctioned "open space/don not buil on land/wooded area" so it was hard for the firetrucks to reach. There was an investigation, etc. etc. etc. Pretty big deal and scary at the time!

Lisa B said...

LOL! I am giggling about your commentary on Dodgeball. I never thought of it like that but you are SOOO right!!! Thanks for my giggle today!

I was in middle school and bending over to get my books out of my locker and someone came up behind me and pulled my skirt all the way up to my shoulders practically. It took me awhile to even know that it happened. And the worst part of it was the I was wearing the Ugliest worst looking pair of underwear!

Hugs,
Lisa

Lindsay said...

lol yeah ok so hair was never a good thig for me in elementary school lol by highschool though my hair was fabulous and everyone wanted my hair ...also helped it was red and had everyshade you could imagine in it naturally lol.... however my trauma wasnt about my hair..... I am a bit clumsy, and always feared monkey bars etc....wel in the 2nd or 3rd grade i was going on the monkey bars at the babysitters and well it had just rained...they had dried the bars off but i think they were still slippery and i fell and landed on the metal bar at the bottom (ya know the home jungle gyms have those) and broke my arm ....so a few years later still stayed clear of monkey bars but decided to play on the chin up bars at school....swinging back and forth with my friends...well we jumped off backwards and i loss my balance and faceplanetd in the sand..... i come up and i have blood running down my face and everyone freaks out saying my eye was bleeding....my glasses ended up cutting a gash into the are between the bridge of my nose and my brow bone and I needed 3 or 4 stitches to close it up! so ever since i never touched another metl bar on a playground lol

Michelle (mla1111) said...

I loved PS I Love you. Adorable digi. My trauma is getting run over on my communion day, in my white communion dress, by a kid trying to ride a bike down a hill and having to spend the party in the emergency room!

T in Etown said...

oh love the digi soooo sweet...love hair...hmm yep hand me downs it is ...I had an older brother not a sister so you can well imagine what clothes looked like on me..boys jeans, tshirts...jackets...with short hair I was looking like a boy...sigh well that is not the case now and I am glad..lol

Stefanie said...

I can't wait for the fairies!!!

When I was about 4 yrs old, I turned the heater up in our fish tank and cooked the little guys!! I was just trying to keep them warm!

Rachael said...

LOL! So many funny stories! The one that comes to mind for me is when I was in 3rd grade there was this boy in my Sunday school class who had a belly that looked pregnant to me! I mean, it seriously was shaped just like a pregnant woman's. That boy would sit by me and try to be friendly and for some reason he would totally creep me out. The hair on my head would raise every time I saw this boy and I just felt so... ashamed of myself! I was usually the kid who would befriend anyone a bit different and for some reason he would just totally creep me out! I still feel bad about it to this day.

Tammy said...

Fantastic digi!
Congrats everyone on last weeks digi.

judy said...

Marie, you are so funny. You reminded me of my childhood with my "bowl cut hair" Hahahaha

That funny thing is that i'm spanish and because i had that haircut i looked Asian. So everyone always thought i was adopted.....wow you gave me flashbacks. hahaha that's good one... bowl cut hair i have to call my dad on that one.

judy said...

Oops, i love Maria!!!

Carisa said...

omg, marie - you are cracking me up with the dodgeball story!!! love the new digi's - your making me put a laser printer on my wishlist for santa this year i hope you know....

crafty amy said...

Lol you make me laugh so much :D This is such a little cutie I can't believe you are just giving her away! My horror story took place in the lake district when we went on a camping holliday and were driving a particularly windy slope across a mountain and my Dad decided that the caution icy road signs were not to do with him. The car did not get up this slope and we started to roll back towards the edge!!! The only thing that stopped us was a huge boulder and all because my Dad though our car was better than the one who had tried it before us MEN!
Marie I have not been to ireland but would love to go as for Scotland it is so beautiful and if you want remote and beaches (even if they are cold) you can't get better than the north.

Hugs

Amy xx

weewiccababe said...

what a cute wee image
yup, I'm in Scotland and the best time to come here would be summer - slightly less rain lol
I'm near Aberdeen, which is a lovely city, and also the gateway to Royal Deeside - where you'll find the Queen's holiday home, Balmoral Castle.

anyway, funny story from my childhood... when I was 9 years old we had a wild cherry tree in the garden, it was pretty big and I couldn't properly reach the branches to get at the ripe cherries on it. So I had the bright idea that if I pulled one of the branches down and held onto it with my teeth then I would have both hands free to get the cherries...
yup, you've guessed it, the branch sprang out of my mouth - taking my 2 top front teeth with it.
And my dad's reaction? he couldn't do anything for laughing at me - even though I was completely drenched in blood and howling

Its funny now, but I didn't see the humour in it at the time lol
Debbi
xx

lorena b. said...

Oh Marie I busted out laughing when I read your post! Ah the memories of grade school, so sorry but I always LOVED playing dodgeball! Don't get me wrong, I wasn't a meanie but I had lots of fun! I think we actually played it against a wall though. Anyhoo, I love little "Maria". I'm a latina with my own little mini-me version. Our hair has always been stick straight but I know what you mean about those luxurious ponytails & braids decorated up so pretty! Please rubberize her :D !

Jess said...

when i was about 5 or 6, my family went on a trip to Wagga, (a small northern town) and we went to a mall. In the mall they had a mouse problem, there were a bunch of mouse traps out and i was hungry. Needless to say, i thought the cheese would make an excellent snack, grabbed it and had some very sore fingers.
I hate mouse traps still (15 years later) and refuse to touch even ones that aren't set.

Mary(OhioMary) said...

What a cute image! Perfect for those quincieras(?). So sorry for your Bruce Lee doo, but it did make me laugh.

Poodle perm...6-8th grade. Don't recommend perms for Asian hair. I though it felt like horse hair before but try adding chemicals to it that make it thicker and extra crispy. Gads!

Lailani said...

Love the latina digi! Hope you come out with a Filipina digi:) I really hated my name growing up:( Kids butchered it every way possible!

Angie said...

I love the digi! She's looks like mi familia! lol! I have some major traumas from school, but I have blocked many, MANY out. One that refuses to be supressed: The whole class was standing in line in front of our classroom, someone pushed someone and I got accidently elbowed int he ribs so hard that I couldn't breath! Not only was I grasping for breath, but I started crying because the pain made me pee in my pants a little! Yeah, traumatizing.

Crafty Num Nums said...

My funny sotry about childhood would have to be, when I went back to see my dad's side of the famil for my grandfathers funeral, my uncles were doing breaks on one of thei vans and I told them I knew how to do it and started going to work, hehehe. I remeber them tripping out that I learned how and was doing it correctly :)

Tracy.H said...

She is so cute!

Nothing I can really remember. I may not have realized at the time...but looking back now? Oh yes...many a hair horrors!! ;0)

Angie said...

oooh, this digi is so cute!

Alyssa S said...

So cute!
When I was 4, the neighbors had a large wrought iron gate that rolled across their driveway. My brother accidentally ran over my big toe, nearly slicing it off, before I could get out of the way. Talk about traumatizing!

maria said...

HAHAHA LOL your horror story was funny.

Sheng said...

OMG!!! Love the digi. I have tons of horror stories but I do remember one where I left one of my shoe (left pair) outside and the next morning wore it to school. In the middle of the day, I felt something move and I took off my shoe and holy it was a big beetle. This boy sitting next to me was laughing so loud and pointing at me. I almost threw up and told him to throw the beetle outside. :)

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