This tiredness is wearing me out. Is it because of autumn, because of circumstances or merely because of... me? I don't know. There has been considerably vast amount of adversities in my life. I have used to live a life that's merely an obligation, not a delight, but still...

Someone with a ludicrous nickname asked me yesterday if I have considered shaving my head. I do shave my face, but that razor shall not even slightly touch my hair, ever. And no, the same does not go with shampoo. (Pleeease, don't you know I have heard all those greasy hair-jokes and their every tedious variations thousands of times. Not laughing.)

You may still read my polite answer to that jocular person from the comments below the first notes.

Severus Snape is property of J.K Rowlings, the author of Harry Potter -books the writings are mine though.

1 comment:

  1. Black wrote 10.10.2008 - 20:04
    Come now, Severus. Autumn is no reason to be tired or worn out. Stop skulking round and enjoy it! I suggest playing with yellow leaves in a park. It might just improve your gloominess.
    Love, Black.

    Severus Snape wrote 12.10.2008 - 01:48
    You suggestion of playing with yellow leaves in the park sounds very nice and tempting... TO A DOG! Thanks for nothing, Black. (And if you were not The Black, then thank you and have nice day.)

    Lily Evans wrote 12.10.2008 - 22:28
    I don't deny the fact that you have lived a life not so delightful but it is still confusing that how Autumn is being convicted of your tiredness.

    I've read the comment made by your jocular friend and you reply to that. Interesting! I presume he is the demon barber of Fleet Street, Sweeny Todd. Rather a mysterious individual who persuades people to have a hair cut for some perilous reason. I suggest you don't listen to him.

    As for Black, I would say- since when has he started to give girlish tips to men? Sorry Black, but that sounds too girlish!

    Severus Snape wrote 12.10.2008 - 23:33
    (Damn it, there's a misspelling in the beginning of my previous comment to Black. Hopefully no-one notices...) Thank you Lily-dear for your considerate words. You are absolutely right about everything (as usual), so no, I was not tempted to do what that Sweeney Todd-wannabe told me... not to mention that piece of crap Black offered to me disguised as an advice...

    Black wrote 14.10.2008 - 16:15
    Oh please, you don't want to take seriously everything that's been written on a wall, or in this case - on Internet. It was a joke. I didn't actually expect you to do it.
    And once again - no, I'm not THE Black.
    Lily, who knows, maybe I am a girl? I couldn't tell of course, because I don't own a mirror, you see.
    And Severus, you keep wishing me to have a nice day, so have one you too.

    Severus Snape wrote 14.10.2008 - 17:09
    Here it comes again... Mysterious Black, who is not quite sure of his/her gender. It's okay. I did got the joke though, and decided to add some more to it. (I also highly recommend you to acquire a mirror.)

    Black wrote 14.10.2008 - 19:10
    You do, don't you? But I'm rather scared. Who knows what might stare back from it?
    Lily Evans wrote 14.10.2008 - 21:48
    Lets have a guess Black *pretends to think* Some loon individual with a mangy hair shaking the head and roaring with laughter?

    Black wrote 15.10.2008 - 14:37
    I'm sure I'd be able to feel if I had mangy hair and I'm also not roaring with laughter, so your guess is wrong. And as for loon, we all are in our own way.

    Severus Snape wrote 15.10.2008 - 18:20
    Someone here seems to be playing a weird variation of peek-a-boo... Reveal your true identity, Black, and stop playing games with Lily. I don't mean to be rude, but your nickname gives me creeps.

    Black wrote 15.10.2008 - 18:36
    I'm not playing anything! I won't reveal my identity but I can reveal my gender if you must know - I'm a girl.
    May I ask why does it gives you creeps? Is it because of all your sentimental memories about Sirius Black?

    Severus Snape wrote 15.10.2008 - 19:56
    So... our mysterious visitor is a girl. I have to admit I had already figured that out. And you got your guessing right too. There's nothing good I can relate to a name "Black". I would even hate the coulour if it wasn't so suitable for me. And my memories of Sirius Black aren't sentimental, they're only revolting.

    Black wrote 15.10.2008 - 20:13
    Oh my... I must say that I did see this kind of attitude coming.
    That bit about sentimental memories was sarcasm, you surely would have recognized it? I understand the way you feel about all the memories and such, but I have nothing to do with it.

    Lily Evans wrote 15.10.2008 - 23:35
    Mm .. I would agree with the last point you said Black. We all are.

    So did you get a muggle surgery somewhere in Asia? I mean Sirius is not a girl. Or did you mean you have the "Liquid-shadow" of Black running in your blood that you claim yourself to be Sirius Black? *she asks without pondering any consequence*

    Black wrote 16.10.2008 - 15:21
    Dear, dear Lily. You seem to be rather slow on the uptake. Didn't I say more than once that I am not The Black, meaning that I am NOT Sirius Black? And I have never meant to be him.

    Lily Evans wrote 16.10.2008 - 18:53
    O sorry. I don't get twisted things so easily. Ok, I got it now, you aren't The Black! Thanks. Nice to meet you then.