Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

"You're vile; you're foul; you're flawed!" "Also cute and fluffy!"

I cleared off my white board, and Kate drew a stick figure and wrote “Elizabeth” next to it. Felcia came by and added: “needs to be flufferized ASAP” below “Elizabeth.” Kate and i have dirty minds.

So, um, Felicia’s universe has revolved around me (and Kate - her board, too, has been repeatedly decorated desecrated with fluffiness) recently. What’s up with that? Kate pointed out that probably she, like Cat, wishes she were gay.

I went down to Study Break and Felicia walked after me, saying “Fluffy” repeatedly. “You’re a freak,” i said. “At least I don’t write fanfic,” was her reply. No, fixation totally trumps fanfic in terms of freakishness.

“I just wanted to let you know that if I could get the lid off this marker, I would leave you a note.” -Felicia, hanging out outside my door for the umpteenth time.

In terms of me and “fluffy,” Cat mentioned "one of those really big white fluffy cats that'll claw your eyes out at any given moment" (from the cat food commercials) and Emma pointed out the obvious Harry Potter reference. Those are “fluffy” associations i am willing to claim.
Tags: fluffy

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