If you’d happened to meet me in person any time from mid-April to mid-May of this year, you’d have been meeting a very strange kid. Leading up to and during my GCSE period, I was veering off into high-functioning psychosis (‘high-functioning’ – it makes me sound like a value-for-money second-hand car), and I’ve realised that I’ve only ever given vague, tantalising snippets to illuminate my own special brand of madness. I want to be serious about it because I haven’t been serious about anything for a while, and it deserves something slightly less flippant than what’s underneath the Read More tab, but hey. But hey, flippancy’ll do for now.
Therefore, herein lies my flippant record of public weirdness, to be hopefully followed by a less flippant version at some unknown point in the future.
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