My whole life I've lived by the motto, "a little glitter never killed anybody". Today I've realized that the statement doesn't necessarily apply to everybody at my school.
Accidents happen, you know? Most of the time they're bad, but sometimes they can surprise you and turn out amazing. Like, hypothetically speaking of course, say you accidentally bump into someone and drop a giant bucket of glitter that your noodle arms couldn't carry in the first place. Still speaking in a hypothetical term, imagine that glitter gets all over everyone who may or may not be very fond of your presence. Coincidence has never really been one of my more reliable friends.
Now don't get me wrong, I think it's cool seeing a gym floor get covered in glitter, but my peers on the other hand don't necessarily enjoy being 'glitter bombed'. But remember, this is all just a hypothetical accident...kinda.
Let's just say that setting up senior dances, not really one of my best talents. I can tap dance though, which in the long run could be considered a more useful skill.
But getting back to the original point, as a whole I've probably made multiple decisions today that people could consider a mistake. Such as yelling 'release the glitter' or 'sorry not sorry'. Even saying 'it wasn't me', somehow gets me into trouble. Probably even more trouble than before.
And it's not like I purposely go around, trying to find my next victim to dump glitter on, it just sorta happens and I don't know how to stop it. Is it because I'm a redhead? Or maybe because my life likes to add a little spice and by spice... I mean messy crafts supplies.
And all of this mess happening, just because a little glitter?