It smells horrendous, it tastes dreadful, and it feels disgraceful. It is as if an enormous boxer struck you in the head and knocked you out, it’s the feeling that everybody hates, defeat. Except my opponent was not a physical being it was something that I could not explain. You think that the one with the most toys wins? Let me clue you in on something, no matter who you are or what you own every single being on this planet has problems of their own.
It all started one Thursday morning I just got back from the annual school ski trip. Yes I was eager to see my friends and more eager to see my girlfriend and impatient to get to school, however who knows why the man upstairs frowned on me maybe I said something wrong. The fact of the matter is; is that my automobile decided to have a case of the I don’t want to work today’s. As patiently as I could I borrowed my mother’s car and I was off to school, with an unexcused late. In school I enjoyed hearing of all the assignments I missed while I was away, as the day progressed negatively I finally had an encounter with my girlfriend you would imagine she would help me out with the day ive been having but she dumped me and made what would be the worst day of my life into the worst weekend of my life.
The next day I decided to attempt to cheer myself up. Ted and I went to buy myself a new snowboard. Lucky me, the total came out to be 938 dollars with a little change. After wasting a lot of money we left the store and were on our way, when a little Korean lady decided that she wasn’t having a good day and crashed into the back of my car. Since the car I drive is massive I did not feel a thing the only reason why I pulled over was because we heard tires screeching. The police came in about 3.2 seconds and surveyed the accident, decided that they were having a great day and blamed me for the collision. Furthermore the genius that I am I was driving without proof of insurance, registration, or a tag, basically I got four tickets.
Could my weekend get any better was the question I pondered. Unfortunately it did. Sunday was game day, we thought we could take them out in no time and walk all over them. Being the captain of the team I tried telling everybody don’t celebrate until after the buzzer. So we took the ice against the Pine Crest Panthers (the worst team in the league) the puck dropped, and at that moment I tasted defeat. A grueling one-hour of ice hockey was all it took to be the last straw that broke my back.