Well hi there, Schneckens!
I bought so many banana sweets last night and I regret absolutely nothing! Nothing, I say, nothing! Well, maybe eating them so quick..
Yesterday and today were good days. Yesterday I had achieved so much - my washing; went to the doctors and cooked sausages. I have been so scared of cooking following that time so much smoke appeared. But I did it. There was no smoke and it tasted amazing. Today was also good. Did work on lighting and it was hilarious! I really enjoyed my day, I really felt loose and enjoyed spending my day with my Drama folks. The vocal exercise workshop really gave me a chance to loosen up with the others; great experience.
Well, it's been a while since my last how to, so since birthdays just keep popping up, I'm going to teach you how to wish someone a good birthday and be cheap as fuck - hey, times are hard for us students!
How To Wish Someone A Happy Birthday [Hella Cheaply]
1. Buy a good card - I'm not talking about Clintons or anything like that, nah, stick with the Card Factory. Basically, a good card can make up for the absence of a present or presence. Really put effort into it instead of the first card you see.
2. Write a meaningful message - You probably didn't get the person a present, so you really need to push the boat out! Obviously you lot are friends or you wouldn't have bothered with a nice card. Write something that will warm their hearts on a cold winters night and shows that you care. Words last forever, presents don't; so make your words count!
3. Text/Phone/Message etc them - It may seem obvious, but sometimes folks forget. As soon as the clock strikes midnight, or as soon as you get up, wish them the greatest motherfudging birthday ever! It really makes all the difference.
4. Be funny - Whether it be in the card or your message, make them laugh. I mean, laughter is the best medicine and you can laugh someone into bed (that only applies if you want to have sex with them though and you're not dating..)
5. Make something - You don't need to spend shit loads of money on something! Get any bits of spare things lying about and turn it into something brilliant. Even if it's a tinfoil bracelet - it's one of a kind!
6. Cook for them - Or just give them food they like. Food is a nice warm hug.
7. Show them love - Through hugs, preferably. Or whatever ways you choose to show your love. I don't know..
8. Be happy to see them - Money woes are exhausting, I know. But it doesn't have to get in the way of having a good time. This person obviously means a lot to you, so embrace and enjoy their company - it'll most likely make you feel a million times better!
So that's the best I can think of. If you have any tips, do share! Sharing is caring and caring is pie. I like pie.