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Urban Dictionary Definition of White Trash:

Slang term for white people that usually live in a trailer park. With low incomes that spend their tax returns on things like big screen TV’s instead of clothes for their kids. These people tend to be mouthy and fight frequently. Generally these people are uneducated and have little concern for personal hygiene. To see these people at their best watch Jerry Springer.

Okay, so this isn’t EXACTLY the white trash that I’m talking about, but they belong in the same category of white trash (more or less).

And the part that makes me twitch is that I live with white trash. *twitch*  Just so we’re clear, I don’t live in a trailer park with dirty people- rather I live in a community of older generation white women, divorcees, and people who love to isolate themselves with dogs.

My complaint about older generation white women- well, I think this one is pretty clear.  Older generation Caucasians are known to be very “traditional”- in other words, they’re racist as hell!  I didn’t think that this was true… until I started living with a bunch of them in my community!  Don’t get me wrong, some old people are great and enjoyable to spend time with- but these women I live with, THEY ARE WHITE TRASH.  All they do is gossip like teenagers in high school and pick on non-Caucasians (ehem. like me and my family).  Seriously, these grannies need to get a hobby other than being “mouthy.”  Can’t they be like other old people and just read books and knit in a rocking chair in their apartments???  And then there are also the old women who go around “dating” and bragging about their “boyfriends.”  Okay, these oldies have grandchildren and they’re 65+… it’s kind of gross to hear them say “my boyfriend (◕‿◕✿)” and see them constantly run in and out of their apartments with their grampy boyfriends.  I swear… it’s like seeing teenagers date for the first time… only these “teenagers” are 65+.  SPEND TIME WITH YOUR GRANDCHILDREN AND FAMILY INSTEAD OF YOUR GRAMPY BOYFRIEND.

And divorcees sound regular… but the divorcees here are weird.  I can’t even describe it- they’re young too so they can date around again… but they don’t (they should switch mindsets with those old grannies who have boyfriends) and choose to isolate themselves in their apartments… they don’t talk to anyone and just hermit all day every day.  Now if they just hermit all day, that’s fine, but THEY FREAKING TREAT THE COMMUNITY LIKE A BIG GARBAGE DUMP.  They always leave large smelly packs of garbage NEXT to the dumpster, not IN the dumpster.  Um-

Last set of white trash- the dog lovers.  Sounds innocent enough- NOPE.  They own like 10 dogs each and walk them around the community every 20 seconds and make them pee and poop everywhere on the grass.

That is just nasty.  Like seriously, if they’re going to complain about the grass being dead, think… THINK… about what causes it to die.  EXCESSIVE DOG PEE AND POOP KILLS THE LITTLE MOTHER NATURE WE HAVE IN NEW YORK, okay?  Maybe spread the pee out or something if the dogs MUST pee on the grass… because peeing in the same spot… that’s just dumb.  And the poop.  I really don’t get the poop.  Pick it up and put it in the dumpster please.  It’s really not THAT hard and besides, if they really love your dog, their poop shouldn’t gross them out.  The same rule applies to parents and I don’t see this problem among kids- do you see kids squatting and leaving puddles of pee and poop solids around in parks?  Yea exactly.

I am so sick of living here- and I really hate that we can’t even move because the economy is so bad that NO ONE WANTS TO BUY OUR PLACE.  I want to leave this white trash community… 빨리 빨리!  I hate the people here, I hate the poop on the grass, and I hate white trash.

Long Island is cool and all, but I am definitely not sticking around here for long.

Too much white trash to deal with and I’ve had enough with them.

I heard Canada has less trash in general- that’s why I’m considering heading north!


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This was my first summer break from college, which meant that for the first time, I don’t have work due when I go back to school.  You would think that a free summer would be fantastic, but to be honest it wasn’t that great.  I used to imagine ALL the things I could be doing instead of summer work, but I’ve realized that those only stay in the imagination…

So let’s go over what I DID do this summer… and I’m pretty sure you’ll come to the same conclusion: BORING.

  1. I tried catching up on some shows/dramas- I watched City Hunter, BIG, and Project Runway Korea Seasons 1+2… and then I started to get bored of sitting on my butt all day watching shows.  Let’s just say that sitting in front of a computer screen all day takes a toll on the brain and eyes…
  2. I applied for many, many jobs… and was offered nothing… why?  BECAUSE I DON’T GO TO COLLEGE CLOSE ENOUGH. yea… apparently these employers want college students from the island… and since I go to school all the way in Cali, they can offer me nothing, nada.  Dang…. this is discrimination against far away college students.
  3. Working towards getting my driver’s license!  I have my road test in less than 2 weeks and I’ve been practicing driving with my pops and my driving instructor.  I’ve been trying to polish my parallel parking but it’s so hard to get it perfect.  >.<  I really, really hope to pass my road test the first time around so that I can get my license and be off on my merry way.  Wish me luck yallllll~
  4. Fixing this blog- a word of advice to all you bloggers: NEVER ABANDON YOUR BLOG(S).  Seriously.  I’ve been working so hard to dust off this blog, so much garbage I needed to clean up around here.  And everything’s been putting me in a doozy ((O_O)).
  5. PA work.  I’m going to be a PA this upcoming school year so I’ve had to complete some tasks… not fun… planning this and that and that and this… dude, the freshman better like me and the events I put together for them.
  6. Eating lots of yummy food I can’t eat when I’m away at college.  Honestly, NY has the best, THE BEST food.  Eating in Cali is just not the same- not many options… I mean, come to NY and you will understand.  But this isn’t good- I’m eating good food and sitting on my butt all day.  Do you know what this equation equals?  PACKIN’ ON DA POUNDS.  I am going back to school and jogging every morning.  I need to get into better shape and I will stick to the plan… for real this time… because I put it in this blog~~ O_<
  7. Sleeping -_- Hey, at least I’m replenishing some energy I lost while I was at school.

I wish I traveled somewhere this summer.  I would have felt much more productive…

o god o god~~ bringing in the tears~~ missing Korea again.  *sigh*

I wonder when I’ll be able to visit Korea again- seriously, that place felt right.  I need to go back.

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Autumn is a great season.  It is a time to enjoy the gentle breeze, roll in pile of leaves, and take in the natural earthy sights.

In a small town of New York where I live, autumn is the season of hope and delight. That is, until recent years.

Global weather changes have changed the beautiful New York sights in the past few years.  I feel like I’m letting the New York I grew up in slip right through my fingers…

As I was walking home today, I fought the heavy winds that threw my hair out of its bun and tugged on my jacket.  Actually, it was quite the adventure.  You see, there is a little bit of a hill as I walk up to my home.  Throw in a little drizzle and some heavy winds, and you get a tough war: me and nature.

But it’s not like I’m not used to all of this by now.  In fact, I’ve been fighting weather like this for a few years now.  As the years go by, it gets worse and worse.  This year, there have been many “rainstorms”, as I like to call them.  The day is a gloomy haze, with droplets of tears falling from the sky, and a deep sigh every now and then.

O Autumn, where have you gone?

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