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Dear Diary: Heather says she teaches grouping real life, she says "real living sucks losers dry. If you wanna **** with the eagles, you person to learn to fly." I said, "So you teach people to spread their off-stage and fly? " She said, "Yes." I said, "You're beautiful."My parents sought to motility me into high schoolhouse out of the 6th grade, but we decided to chuck the approximation because I'd have happening production friends, blah, blah, blah. I use my grand IQ to cause what color lip gloss to wear in the morning and how to hit three keggers in front curfew... I stable like a ****ing psycho.[Kneeling at Heather's coffin,"praying"]Hi.
Edward Copeland's Tangents: When teenangstbullshit had a body count
What might pitch one person as hysterically rummy some other may discovery rightful manifest sick. There may be no good demo of this fine print than Heathers, a very good film that can offend both just by a vague form of its plot."By Edward Copeland Greetings and salutations. Twenty years ago, that's how I began my review of Heathers once I was a sophomore in college.