So, you remember Kelloggs, right? My super flaky friend who helped me rescue that dog that one time? Well, if you don't, you're about to get to know one super frustrating fact about him: He never uses punctuation. Ever. Okay, just not in texts. I mean, he went to a university and stuff, so I'm assuming that he knows how to use punctuation, but if all of his grades depended on his texting conversations, he'd be a hardcore college failure. Wouldn't that be weird? A university that grades you based on your phone use? I think I'm on to something here. Kids are always using their phones in class. Professors should really make that work in their favor... I'm digressing. We'll have to have a brainstorming session on all of this later, you guys.
Back to Kelloggs. So, we always go out to Taco Tuesday together with our friends. It's really the one time I get to see him every week, except for the fact that he's a giant flake (hence the name), so he only shows up about 63% of the time. Last night, he decided eating wings and watching Game of Thrones was more important, which I kind of understand, but I'm still salty about out of spite and necessity. Anyway, I decided to make him feel guilty when I got home.
Disclaimer: I haven't edited this conversation at all.
Me: Well. Might I say that you missed quite the fun evening.
Kelloggs: I always do when i miss taco tues it seems
Me: It's true.
Kelloggs: I bet ill cya next week
Me: You say that every week.
Kelloggs: You never i may mean it this time
Me: Yeah, and you'll also start using proper English.
Kelloggs: That i cannot promise
Me: You know you forgot a word, right?
Kelloggs: Nope not till i just reread it haha
Me: See? You clearly cannot be trusted.
Kelloggs: I guess youre right
Me: Texting with you makes me want to kick squirrels.
Kelloggs: Poor squirrels why do i elicit such a reaction
Me: Squirrels thrive on punctuation. Duh.
Kelloggs: I learn something new everyday from you so have you decided when we are watching all of those movies yet
Me: Oh my goodness. My brain hurts.
See what I'm dealing with here, people?
On a totally unrelated note... What should I read next?