Rainy Days

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

I hate rain, I really do! I hate drizzling rain. I just don't like the clinginess of wet clothing and the inconvenience (especially when I'm trying to hold an umbrella, carry a backpack, take out my bus pass, and change the song on my iPhone all at the same time)

Thundershowers are strong and angry, but at the same time soothing and relaxing. I hate drizzling rain because I never know what to do with it. I look stupid if I use an umbrella but if I don't I end up being really wet. Just don't know what to do with it... also, I get all these water droplets on my glasses and I can't see. Stupid drizzling rain.

I hate the annoying inconvenience of rain and fumbling around to get stuff out of bags and stuff whilst carrying a stupid umbrella that has just been turned upside down by the wind. Another thing I don't like about rain: how it wets my clothes and then my clothes starts clinging onto me. Especially socks, because my socks get wet, I'm at school, and I have to be stuck in wet socks and shoes for the whole day. Plain awful. I also don't like how it splashes all over the place when i walk, the back of my leg ends up being all wet.

I hate how dumbass drivers deliberately drive into giant puddles next to you while you walk on the sidewalk, minding your own business, and BAM! you've been hit by a giant wave of dirt and brown water... fun. But thunderstorm I definitely not against it. Just lovely natural phenomena. Lightning, thunder, crashing of rain against the window. Yes. I am in fact describing a thundershower as I hide safely under the protection of my roof. I do enjoy going outside with an umbrella sometimes just to hear the raindrops hit my umbrella, it's a nice sound. Of course, I don't mind getting wet at that time, because I could just walk right back in and change into new and dry and warm clothes whenever I feel like it.

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