A Universe Trapped in a Labyrinth

This is my boring and interesting and teenager life spanning from age 15 to 18 (and hopefully beyond).
Within you'll find many re-inventions of myself, boy trouble, school trouble and life trouble. (Plus interesting bits I thought I would include as well).
Do you dare to enter the maze?

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144. Catch Up After Nearly Three Months

24th November 2017, 20:46, 

So it's been nearly three months, oops I guess. So much has happened in that time. I'm a Year 13 student trying to get to grasp with the sudden difficulty of A2 exams, especially with biology. I've went from A's to D's and to B's and C's in the subjects I felt I knew off by heart. 

Then I turned 18 on a cold day in October, and got treated to two cakes and a lot of alcohol, because 18 is the official legal age in Britain. I also spent my birthday experimenting on Morio worms for biology which are these creepy little things looking like a cross between mealworms and beetles.

Also this year I've been going out with my friends a lot more. For Halloween I went out with my college friends to a Fright Night in a dark and cold forest. Things jumped out at us and scared us, and I have never screamed and laughed more than I did that night. My voice was hoarse when I came away from it. Especially at one point where I was whispering, "no, no, no," and a guy in a mask whispered in my ear, "yes, yes, yes." I nearly lost my heart to terror then.

When Halloween finally came around I went to a quiz night with my friends, going as Wednesday Addams wearing cat tights (literally tights with cats on them). I totally bossed the literature round so my book geek knowledge came in handy for that. We didn't win unfortunately, coming 4th, but that didn't matter. It was the fun that counted. We all walked home in the pitch black collapsing in laughter every two seconds. 

Nanowrimo then arrived and it was all systems go. I wrote in every spare second, wearing myself thin in the process. But I completed it in just nine days, an achievement that I am immensely proud of. 

More recently it's been mock week so I've been revising like crazy to soak my brain in every kind of fact possible. To celebrate ending mock week I went out drinking with my friends, and got really drunk. I blame that partially on the beer pong where I was trying to lose and failing spectacularly. There was a point where we were playing Cards Against Humanity and there wasn't enough seats, so I shared a one person arm chair with a boy.

He was getting drunker so I helped him select his cards. That's where it started to go down hill. As we both got drunker we cuddled each other more. As we cuddled each other more, the more ammunition we gave our friends to use against us. Then they turned to truth or dare, I started out truth because I was still coherent enough to have a strategy, then I went for a dare. My first dare was to down my drink, a half glass of prosecco, which I did. It was a typical dare so I wasn't bothered. My second dare was to kiss this boy. My lack of judgement totally went for it. 

So yeah, I kissed someone. Now it's slightly awkward with both of us completely ignoring it ever happened. 

I feel like a typical teenager, but aren't I meant to be? Aren't I meant to have fun? I don't know how to feel about it. 

On a more adult level I sent in my university application to all five choices. I've already got one offer through, a conditional for psychology, which I am pleased about. Now I just have to wait for the other four. 

I honestly can't wait to start uni life. It's calling for me I swear. 

:) 

K. 

 

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