Friday, 20 April 2012

Cass's Average Adventures! [Part 2]

Happy 50th post!! Wait. Am I congratulating myself, or you guys for still reading my blog...?

Anyway, before I get into the thick of my blog, I have only one thing to say: 
I hate busesAgain.
But before I get to that adventure, I've got one thing to share with you guys...


Yes, this is legit.

  1. Like the 7Eleven Facebook page wit yo Facebook account. Sorry to those who don't have Facebook... I don't think I can send 
  2. Go to the Free KitKat app (Aren't I nice, providing all of the links? :P)
  3. Voila! Free KitKat for you and whichever friends you feel like gifting some yummyness to :D
Oh, I guess you have to rock up to a 7Eleven, too... mebbeh. :P

Proof! Sadly, I was a bit too much of a chicken to get a
proper shot, let alone luvo in front of the store!! :P



*shiver* Today was not my first bad scarring experience with Sydney buses... However, that doesn't mean that this was any less worse... if that even made sense. See, this experience has left me grammatically traumatised!! D:

My trip mission was simple: Get from Kingsford to St Vincent's Private Hospital, Darlinghurst. All I needed to do was to catch a bus. Just one bus. How hard could it be?

When I got off that bus, I just had to walk down the road to the hospital. How hard could it be? It was to be a 450 metre, 5 minute walk.

But guess what? Somehow, I can turn the simplest of trips into a freaking one-hour long adventure. LOL. But seriously. It took me an hour after getting off the bus for to get to the hospital. ONE HOUR. INSTEAD OF 5 MINUTES. *raaaaage*

I got off a couple of stops too late, not knowing that I had missed both of the stops on Oxford Street. Luckily, my mum told me earlier that if I went past Hyde Park that I would have missed my stop... After realising that we were going past Hyde Park, I got off ASAP. Walking back to where I came from, I passed the 7Eleven mentioned in the above Adventure :D 

I decided to walk down Elizabeth Street, thinking that the hospital was actually pretty close by, and on this side of Oxford Street, but noooooo, I had no idea where I was LOL. I called my mum, who also happened to be pretty lost about it too... When I reached Wentworth Ave, she told me I was going the wrong way and for me to go back toward Elizabeth Street. After receiving further instructions, I found a city map (THANK YOU, SYDNEY CITY COUNCIL!) and finally got an idea of where I was meant to go. Besides that though, it was a lovely Sydney day to be out and about :D (but sorry, no photos ><)

Goddamn. At least I know where to go now...

For those lazy efficient and wise people, to cut a one-hour long story short, 
a) I had no idea where to get off, 
b) I had very little/no idea how to get to the hospital, 
c) I got a free KitKat! :D

Despite this minor setback, my little misadventure still had some pretty awesome parts to it :D

1. On the bus, there was a few girls sitting near me, chatting. They apparently "hadn't seen any of their friends from group these whole holidays" (which is kinda like me, now that I think about it...). Upon hearing this, I immediately assumed they were in Year 12. I think I'm correct... :P Some other things to note about her/them
  • Someone does legal, 3U maths and plays the piano for Music! Woo!
  • Someone has been "sitting on [her] ass for the past week reblogging pictures of [some handsome guy].
  • Someone has watched two seasons of Sherlock recently, and was asking if there were any more eps...
  • Someone also mentioned Doctor Who...
I'm sure there was more interesting stuff they said, but I was kinda worrying about my impending doom... :L But hey! It's nice to hear there are awesome kids out there, not too different from some of us... *coughLilianAnnieandBay* :P

2. When I was waiting at a traffic light to cross the road, I heard someone say that they actually lived in my suburb. That may not sound very exciting to you, but for someone who is used to saying that they live in the suburb next door which happens to be half a gajillion times bigger than their own, that's kinda epic. Also funnily enough, that guy didn't say "habibi" or "LEK SHUUU, ULEEEHHH". :P

3. Okay, if the other bits of news didn't get you excited, this should...

So, I saw this brony...

WOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!! /)^3^(\

But seriously, I saw an actual brony. Like, a 20-something year old guy, with a Pony t-shirt!! I almost died from shock. Here, I made a ragecomic just to show you, because words cannot express.

True story.
But yeah, seriously. This guy was walking and looking ahead - I literally just stopped and kinda stared at him. I'm too much of a chicken (Scoo-scoo-scootaloo~) to actually be all like "OMGAH BRONIES WOOOOOOO!" up in his grill, so I thought that if he looked at me, I'd be like "You're sah awesome! :'D", but nooooooooooo, he didn't. :( Maybe it was the fact he didn't look all too happy walking with some other non-brony man, or something else... Oh well. Now I just want a Pony shirt! Or at least something more glaringly obvious than my mood pony necklace... :/ Someday, I WILL HAVE MY PONIES. >:D


That's about all for today! Enjoy the last scraps of the holidays - there are still shows to watch (ROYAL PONY WEDDING FTW), pictures to reblog, fandoms to... fan with, homework to do, and more adventures to be had! 
Don't forget to be awesome! Cass :D

Thursday, 12 April 2012

Benny wanted me to tell you that he loves you! :P

There's basically two parts to this blog post! Stick around for the awesome-person part! I bet you're super curious to know who it is this time ;)


Hellooooooo! I have returned, only slightly more tanned and with a lovely bunch of photos and memories of the Gold Coast. Again. Hahahahaha!

This time, though, I'm not going to write several posts about it, cause that would be slightly tedious (for both you and I), and not to mention, ultimately unfinished... oops. Have some photos, though!

Thursday, 5 April 2012

Cass's Average Adventures! [Part 1]

I told you I'd be back soon. :P

Anyways. I realised today or yesterday or someday in the recent past that I'm going to totally miss high school. Especially Year 12. And mainly the parts where I wasn't at school... hehehe ;)

So yeah. I've decided to start a little series here, tentatively entitled:

Cass's Average Adventures!: for those who have
no inhibitions from awesomeness.

Just putting it out there right now, I'm open to any suggestions you lot may throw at me - the more ridiculous, the better the chances of me declining! I will try to do as much as I can without getting suspended from school or ending up in prison or whatever... (Y)

Okay, enough chatter, here we go!


Last Wednesday, our school and our brother school (lelz) had the annual interschool dance/disco/club/slutfest/fun time. I think that was also the day that I realised that I'm probably a lesbian... or lacking any hormones in my body. LOL. Anywho, a bunch of us had seen Ellen's Dance Dares (if you don't know what I'm on about, go Youtube it now!), and we figured that a dark, crowded dance hall would be the best place to dance behind unsuspecting victims! Yay!

I guess it doesn't help when sometimes we are the unsuspecting victims... oh memories... o____o"

Anyway. Yes, so Dance Dares! Hehehehe. If you're going to do one thing this weekend, make it a Dance Dare! The funnier/more original/strange, the better! Tell me how it went, too - I'd love to know how you went :P



One of my more outrageously ridiculously stupid adventures, Shazza and I set out (in school hours) to our local actual shopping centre to get a free Boost!

The catch? You must dress as a bunny (ears, whiskers and a tail) in order to claim a free drink.

Now, I guess you "normal" people would have immediately thought: "Hey, that's really weird, I'm not going to go look like a fool!" and then dismiss the idea of walking around a shopping centre looking like a rabbit.

However, as average as I may be, that doesn't make me normal... Quite literally, my first thoughts were:

My next thoughts were: "Wait... I don't have bunny ears, nor whiskers, and nor a tail."


No problems. I ended up buying another set anyway HAHAHAHAHA. But let's cut to the chase.
Yes. Free Boost. WIN PIGEON!
And Shmazza, you look so adorable in this photo that
I can't help but to share it EVERYWHERE. :D
Teehee. :3
On the way back to school, we kept our bunny ears on (Shazza was fully aware of the complete irony of the situation...), and halfway out of the shopping centre, we decided to count how many weird looks we were getting. We basically just counted. Literally.


So yeah! Those are my two latest adventures. Feel free to comment on how silly I look/sound, to suggest something for me to do, or whatever it is you guys think is "cool".
I'm also open to suggestions to what I should actually call this... "segment". I really couldn't think of anything else. :P

Also, just a heads up, I'm going to the Gold Coast for the Easter break! Again! LOL. Cause you know, I actually went to the Gold Coast for last year's Easter break, too. LOL.

Also, my one year anniversary of the blog is coming up in a few days! Yay! However, I'm not going to have access to a computer/interwebs on the 8th... T_____T Oh well! I promise to post again soon! 

In the meantime, stay safe, don't do drugs, and have a lovely Easter break! Love, Cass <3