I'm spoiling you guys. I really am. I don't know if you deserve this.
BUT, I got on this evening because I was (and currently am) kinda bored.
AND I GOT 38 VIEWS YESTERDAY.
I only started this two weeks ago!
38 probably doesn't seem like a lot, but since it's just my stupid thoughts and stories on a website, it's kind of amazing that people actually want to read it. Maybe I'll become an internet sensation. But probably not.
BUT I WOULD LIKE TO THANK YOU ALL.
Also, it said I had some viewers from Germany. Where did you guys come from?
SHOUT OUT TO THE GERMAN READERS.
AND THE AMERICAN ONES.
AND THE NEBRASKAN ONES. (Technically they are also in America but I have to give a shout to my roots.)
This is a pointless post. Totally pointless. Let me think of something funny.
OH. Yesterday, during my library aid block at school (yes, I'm a library aid AND I WORK at a library. Total nerd.) we somehow got onto the subject of Stockholm Syndrome. And we researched it. Like hardcore researched it. I know way to much.
Here is brief explanation: Stockholm Syndrome is when a captive begins to bond with their captor/kidnapper/whatever. Like if you get kidnapped and then start falling in love with your kidnapper.
But I guess the psychology of it is that they control your world. Your food and comfort and all of that and it just happens.
The first case happened in Stockholm, Sweden (NAME ORIGIN) when 6 or 7 bank employees were held captive in a bank vault for 6 days. They apparently tried to keep from getting rescued when the cops came, and they testified FOR the robbers that held them.
I'M SO DISTURBED BY ALL OF THIS NEW KNOWLEDGE IN MY HEAD.
A girl (can't remember her name) was kidnapped by a group that was ransoming her for several million dollars and he parents wouldn't pay and she ended up JOINING THIS ORGANIZATION AND HELPING ROB BANKS AND KIDNAP OTHER PEOPLE.
I can't get over this.
So messed up.
Never research weird syndromes.
You'll probably regret it.