When The Postings Are Up And Every Single Competitor Has To Look At The Exact Same Time
What? They posted? Come on, tall people! Let's go run and stampede and stand in front of Chandler so that she can't see any of her rooms and has to wait in line for 20 minutes behind us! Yea! Why do we do this? At a competition earlier this year, the postings pit of people was the worst I'd ever seen it. I was breathing down the necks of random strangers because I could not move out of their way. I turned to the guy next to me and said, "You'd think we'd learn to do this in a calm, orderly fashion." He said, "Nah, that would take the fun out of it!" Kids behind me were ready to start pushing and shoving, and I told one of them to push me toward the front, but it was no use. That's why I like when I'm standing behind people I know. I can get really close and it won't be (that) awkward. They usually don't notice me, so it's great. The tall people always stand in front of me. They often hold cameras. I can see nothing but 500 kids in suits. At this rate I'll never make it to my rooms. I'm surprised my shoes are still intact with all the times they've been stepped on. I know if I started kicking people as often as I want to they would definitely not be intact. (The shoes, not the people... heh.) You're homeschooled, and you better stay out my way when the postings go up.