Trainers - it's just an occasional thing
For those of you who’ve been sticking around here for a while, you know that my friends and I would always make fun of people wearing trainers (as in sprinting trainers), when not doing sports. It was okay to wear those kinds of shoes if you actually were out running etc, but never, I repeat never, otherwise. Especially not in school! The only ones in school who would wear trainers like that would be natural science/technological science students/gamer nerds (which didn’t belong to any of the programs. Hell, I don’t even know what they were doing in our school. Probably free loading on our free wi-fi). And that my beloved readers, were how we recognized which programme they all belonged to.
Well, guess what mates! I, Begonia, have worn “running trainers”/”fast trainers” as we call them… TO SCHOOL! There, I admit it! Oh, it’s such a relief to write it out here! I’ve done it before. And it felt so good! It’s not until you’ve been walking around in your trainers - just to do it - that you realize how comfortable they are. It’s like… walking on clouds, being kissed my Jesus Christ himself and sliding down rainbows and be caught by flying unicorns in the sky! But I didn’t do this in my own country! I’ve only done it here in Oxford! Since it’s not my home, we could just turn a blind eye! Nobody speaks about what they did on Ibiza or in Las Vegas! So why should I feel ashamed about what shoes I’ve worn during my studies in Oxford? It’s not even a habit. I’m in control. I would never go far enough that I would walk around in them in a regular basis. You’re probably thinking “That’s what you say now, that’s what they all say”, but I know for a fact that I will not be a slave for those trainers. When I get back to Sweden I will never wear them to school again. I will only use them when I’m doing sports… or out power-walking… or walking my dog… I PROMISE! Don’t judge me, don’t you dare judge me!