I feel as though you act like you're not, but you are one of the 'popular girls' not in the most stereotypical way, but you have a lot of friends both male and female and you go out and you act like you accept everyone but really you are a little group.
i guess that’s true - i will make friends with literally anyone who’s nice! i do have a fairly small circle of close friends (the ones i see most days, who are on my course or in my house), but on nights out i am always running into people i know and end up spending most of the night having random chats and groove sessions with them all, haha. i don’t “act” like i accept everyone, though - i genuinely do. c: you can never have too many friends!
being able to look in the mirror and think “damn, i look good” doesn’t have to be narcissism. it’s a giant confidence boost that everyone should be willing to give themselves from time-to-time. there have been points in the past i’ve looked at myself and hated what i saw, but what on earth is there to realistically dislike about being alive and healthy? i’ve got all my limbs, a nice face and good figure; of course i’m not the most gorgeous girl in the world, but there’s still nothing to really complain about. we overlook how gorgeous our individuality is when we try to aim for one “perfect” image; in reality, there’s no such thing. ♥
i only remember the hilarious alfresco pre-drinks outside the birthday boy’s house, dancing in the union club and running to live lounge in heels hand-in-hand with this blonde girl i’d only just met. no clue how or when i got home, haha!
i also pretended to be a lesbian all night to stop guys trying it on with me. i am the queen of cockblocks.
living in cardiff is literally amazing; lovely massive parks to chill out in, a brilliant uni to study at and amazing beaches less than half an hour away. whatta day! ♥
now i’m getting ready to go out and get absolutely bladdered with my homegirl caroline before we go to scotland. the tartan hats arrived, and we are learning the isle of arran song so we can impress the natives and partake in the highland games.