I’ve tricked you again in to reading one of my blog post’s which I should probably really stop because soon the internet will catch on and it went be long before trolls are unleashed on my blog. And I’m not talking about the cool trolls that live under bridges and eat goats and soup cans – I’m talking about the thirty-five year old men who sit in their parents basements playing world of warcraft and telling the rest of the people on the internet the correct way to think, in the language of “lulz” and the ever so smart comment “fag!” I in no way am against gay people, I use the slang only in proving a point, please don’t hate me gay followers. Now, where was I going with this…. thinking… thinking…. nope. It’s completely lost, not that it was probably ever there to begin with – and the thing to which we’re referring, is my mind, which I think is also being held captive with “Sanity” and “Responsibility”. It’s as if the three of them went away for a long weekend and never really came back, or they hit someone with their car and were forced to throw the body into the ocean and now a demented serial killer with a hook is hunting them down one by one to exact his revenge. And of course they never tell anybody about what’s happening because that would be the sane thing to do.
Actually I don’t think any characters ever really tell anyone what’s going on in there lives, I think a lot more tv shows would be dull that way, I mean the prime examples I can think off;
Haven – The Teagues Brothers, Vince and Dave – I’m pretty sure they know everything, I mean where Audrey-Lucy came from, why she’s so special, why everyone has their powers, what’s going to happen next, why it seems in every episode someone dies, and finally what’s for lunch at the high school cafeteria.
The Nine Lives of Chloe King – Chloe King – Tells all of her friends that she’s a crazy superhero, avoids telling her mom although it constantly gets her in trouble.
Pretty Little Liars – just about the entire cast – I mean the girls are lying to basically everyone including themselves sometimes about what “A” is really up to, and it seems like everyone else in town has a huge secret they’re all lying about, like emo Mike… poor emo Mike, breaking into other people’s houses and beating up – or rather down, his own sister.
Basically any tv show where the teenager in question is a super natural being, or was friends with someone who was murderer, or secretly murdered someone, or cheated on a test, or is doing drugs, or is wearing Tuesdays underwear on a Thursday, they avoid telling their parents, unless there Buffy, but even she waited until the end of season two. I mean things will be tough in the beginning as your parents and friends submit you to psychological testing, but really I mean it’s gotta be better.