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Word today or again tomorrow: megalomania -- abnormal desire for wealth and power
Hitler's megalomania was a veneer for his insecurity and feelings of inferiority.
Of All the Stupid Things
December 22, 2009
The three were best friends until the new girl changed all the rules.
Tara literally runs from the problems in her life: an absent father and a cheating boyfriend. Until finally there is someone to run to: the alluring new girl, Riley.
To Whitney Blaire, Riley is an evil munchkin tramp: she's after Tara's boyfriend, she's brainwashing Tara, she's changing everything. It shouldn't be too hard to prove it; after all, no one messes with Whitney Blaire.
Then there's Pinkie the worrier. She can't stand her friends arguing; it's not right for Whitney Blaire to dislike Riley, but it's also not right for Tara to like Riley the way she does.
Written in three distinctive voices, Of All the Stupid Things goes through the lives, loves, and lies of three teenage friends.