Don't you just hate it when children get what they want? Literally, parents give into their kids far too easily, spending out all their money on iPhones and other sh**, seriously. And they wonder why they're in debt.
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Those that complain about their Christmas presents really tick me off, to be honest. It doesn't matter how many presents you have, that's irrelevant, just be flaming grateful that you actually got some.
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I'm extremely happy about the presents that I got, though.
Firstly, from my parents, I received a new music player and speakers (considering my old one has pretty much lost the plot). This and some other bits and pieces, such as chocolates, within my stocking. My granny bought me the first series of Warrior Cats, Delirium by Ellie Goulding and Cinematics by Set It Off. My uncle and his girlfriend, Catherine, got me Guaranteed to Disagree by We Are the In Crowd and five pounds. My great aunt and uncle gave me some lip gloss, mascara, eyeliner and Best Intentions by We Are the In Crowd. My cousin and her husband got me this Anne Stokes 2016 calendar (she's such an amazing artist, by the way), some nice fruit-scented bath essentials and Halcyon Days by Ellie Goulding.
I'm still in complete mesmerisation that Against the Current are freaking supporting All Time Low! This February, eleventh, my second concert. I could almost say that I'm looking forward to the support act more—shaking my head.
She's like a rock and you keep chipping off a piece, chipping off a piece. She's like a rock and you keep chipping off a piece to hold on to.
(Hang on for the ride.)
She's like a rock and you keep chipping off a piece to hold on to. And there's gotta be, gotta be, something more than this, something more than this. (Hang on for the ride.) She's like a rock and you keep chipping off a piece to hold on to. And there's gotta be, gotta be, something more than this, in a life fill of exits and entrances.