I'm going to change the game a little bit. I don't want to give in to Matt's "you must win... I'll delete the post so you can win..."
15 reasons why you should start dating Jason Huggins
1. because you will get free meals
2. because he is healthy looking
3. he has a car
4. he is the EQP
5. he's half Asian
6. he's pretty chill
7. he's in school
8. he has no social life and needs one
9. he has scholarships
10. he went to Japan on his mission
11. he is hygienically inclined
12. when you say jump, he jumps high
13. he know how to play chess
14. he has free time in the evenings (definitely available)
15. he can help people with their homework
now we are up-ing the ante. Poor Jason, but let's be honest he asked for it when he suggested this ridiculous game.
Tonight I made the best pie (toot toot!) yes, that was me tooting my own horn. I am amazed that it turned out so well. Yesterday I went on a date (gasp! i know) and it was really fun. We ate and then went to an improv theatre which was...... interesting. It was funny at times but all I can say is that Matt owes me. But the best part was when during the last skit thingy they asked for someone who was on a date to come up and play a game. So they re-enacted their first date and if the guy did something that would really happen, the girl would ring the bell and if he did something that wouldn't happen she would blow the clown horn. Same with the girl actress. So then they fast fowarded to a year and a half later to going to the Upfront. The actor guy started acting like he was going to propose and then he said, "I think that you can do this much better" to the actual guy. So then he kneeled down and started to propose to her and luckily she said yes. But it was great. The moment that we all realized that he was actually going to propose, the oos and aaahs started. It was super cute. I can't even explain to you how ridiculously amazing it is to be able see someone get proposed to. But, like I told Matt, I would be soooo ticked if someone embarrased me like that. Oh man, it would be a very bad thing.
we are watching the Father of the Bride. I love it. I can't wait to see what my dad does whenever I get married. I'm pretty sure that my mother will have to talk him off the edge. It will be funny to watch, unless it makes me sad. But hopefully it will be good. (yeah owen!!!) jk. don't ask. that was just a shout out to my family. ok well. i am going to go read more blogs and/or watch the movie.
love you all!
p.s. I would love to. but I have to be able to do my homework. :)