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Monday, December 12, 2011

Boys are really dumb!

Today we had a big meeting where they created two new stakes at BYU-Idaho. It was pretty good but also very long. Camille and I were sitting there, listening and just minding our own business. Then Camille sees some boys sitting behind us put something in the hood of my coat. She told me and we just thought, "Really are we in kindergarten??" So we didn't think anything of it. Once it was over Camille looked inside my hood and it was a piece of paper with a boys name and number on it. We all just laughed and thought it was silly. Then my other roommate noticed that Camille also had a hood on her coat, so we checked hers. Sure enough she also had a boys name and number.
Once we got home, we decided to be fun and text them. The boy that I texted seemed really nice. He is a return missionary and we discovered him to be about 23 or 24. He later ended up inviting me to go to stadium singing with him tonight and I thought oh what the heck why not.
Camille was texting her boy and he was thrown off by her age and totally blew her off. Which we thought, at the moment, that that was so rude of him. He ended up telling her that his roommates set him up and that he was sorry for what happened.
So here I was trying to decide if I should still go to stadium singing. I decided to invite my friend to go with me so that it wouldn't be horribly awkward. We met up and he was definitely not the person that was sitting behind me during the fireside. So Camille and I both had been set up. By this time I wasn't to happy. He ended up being a nice guy but way to old for me. Luckily my friend had a good excuse to leave and we kindly left after singing a couple songs.
I think this story is super funny now but all I have to say is that boys are super mean for setting all four of us up like that. Anyway, thought I would share a super silly story with everyone haha :)

1 comment:

  1. My neighbor has been educating me on how to teach the youth. He says, boys are dogs. And girls are snakes. There ya go.