Filed under: Randomosity with tags: biology
I did. I fell in love. I walked into my bio lab and then looked up from where I was sitting and looked to the front of the room and right by the lab instructor there were the TAs and I just fell in love. I mean, sure now I’m just going to come off as fickle and people are going to be all like “What about Clay? Don’t you have a boyfriend?” And that’s okay. I’m sure Clay would completely understand that I fell in love with someone else. I mean, a girl has to keep her options open while in school, right? I mean, it’s a great big university, the chances of me finding someone else are pretty damn high. Besides, he might even be into the whole threesome thing, who knows? I’d have to ask first.
Anyways, back to my love. I walked up to the front of the room with J and we started discussing him. She didn’t think that he was that cute at first. Then he raised his head and I pointed out those light eyes, almost grey and soon she was swooning about him too. Of course, then TA told us to stop whispering and pointing (because he didn’t think it was very polite). I suppose we were a bit rude, considering we were just standing there talking about him like he wasn’t there and staring right at us. But my love, my love has a name. It’s a legless amphibian and kind of resembles a snake. According to the TA, he was actually a she because all the ones in the tank were female. Plus they’re dark grey with light grey eyes, long, skinny and are vegetarians.
So I fell in love with an amphibian. A female amphibian. It wasn’t as if I was checking out the sexual organs or anything. Anyways, that went well. I also fell in love with the anoles, geckos and tree frogs. Did I mention that I kinda like reptiles and amphibians? I’m definitely considering getting them now for pets. I think it’d just be cool, having frogs and lizards and geckos and such.