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We know what happened with Tama…but what about assassin the second?

I had all these things I wanted to write about, but now that I’ve sat down in front of the computer, I can’t remember what a single one of them was. o.0 CURSE MY EMPTY MIND! My memory is a rusty sieve, I swear! I once put my keys in my pocket, and then spent the next ten minutes ransacking my room looking for them while a bemused friend watched me from the doorway. Finally they asked what I was searching for, and about died of laughter when they directed me to my own pocket.

Those of you with functioning brains — I envy you.

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I have no room to laugh at your keys story. Once I was in a hurry to leave the house, and in a panic I asked the person I was talking to on the phone where my cellphone was. Yeah.

The brain seems to get downright silly when we’re in a hurry, doesn’t it? And yet, I almost always manage to get myself in a hurry when I need to go somewhere. There’s always “One more thing” I think I could squeeze into the 5 minutes before I REALLY have to start getting ready.

Yeah, i’ve forgotten sunglasses on my face.
Not on my head, but covering my eyes.

I’ve done that too! In our defense, the eyes just adjust to the light. We can’t be held responsible for how amazing our eyes are at changing to suit the level of dimness, right?

Oh, jeeze. As if getting smacked in the head with a honey jar wasn’t bad enough–he’s going to have a hell of a time getting that out of his hair.

I once freaked out and ran all over campus looking because I thought I lost my wallet, when actually I had tucked it in the pocket of my jacket (which I never put things in).

Ugh, jacket pockets. Don’t even get me started on them. What you want is always in the last pocket you look in. The second time you look in it.

And this is why I was laughing last week when you mentioned head bump does not equal off switch. Creative liberty…I have taken it. :p

So it is, so it is.

Getting smacked in the ear is actually quite disorienting, though. And just as dangerous as getting smacked in the head.

Nah, his father may be right, but Tama is way off about who, here. If his guards (or even these imposters), wanted him dead he’d be lying in a pool of blood; this fellow had plenty of time to take him out before his rant. Instead, he only tried to knock you out, so I’m thinking kidnap attempt. Why, though, I’ve yet to determine…

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