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2/14/11 05:38 pm

I miss this white space.

11/22/10 10:11 pm - No subject.

This space has been abandoned for ages, I don't even know if people read it anymore. Sigh, this increase in narcissism really bothers me but ohwells I guess I just have to accept the fact that I am narcissistic and needy? :P

I wish people would comment when they read the rubbish I write and tell me they're not rubbish haha.

Anyway I came back here because I wanted to write about how I truly believe fandoms have reached religious/cult status, but okay wait, before you accuse me of blasphemy, I don't mean the kind of religion that brings you to a better (or worse) place after you die. It's a different kind of definition.

But I've to focus now, so maybe later. Maybe never. See you in a few months oh great white canvas of mine.

10/30/10 06:00 pm - Koe Wo Kikasete.

Sociology scares me much more than Psychology does. Because if you subscribe to the schools of thought in psychology, you'll know that you're pretty much governed by your own experiences and thoughts/whims and fancies/idiosyncracies etcetera etcetera etcetera.  But Sociology says that your environment shapes you, and the life you were born into makes you who you are today.

The Japanese schoolgirl project for Japanese Studies is killing me.

10/14/10 05:51 pm - No subject.

Saturday, Saturday, Saturday!!! And K is going with me, I can't wait to show him their awesome-ness XD

Omg, I really can't wait. AHHHHHHHHHHH.

10/14/10 12:37 pm - No subject.

Shots from the Argus :) 

10/10/10 07:33 pm - Oh, gosh.

10/10/10 06:28 pm - No subject.

Oh, yes.

(cr: dbsknights, zir_maze@sharingyoochun.net)

10/6/10 03:18 pm - No subject.

I seem to be experiencing something weird these days, something which should have happened quite some time ago before I reach this ripe age of 23. I am finding my role models. Which I find is weird, considering that at this (ripe old) age, I should already know what are the type of people I look up to and who they are; but like many other areas in my life, I am a very late bloomer, it seems, doesn't it?

Or, come to think of it, I am more aware of the exact characteristics which I find most admirable in people. Perhaps this awareness and introspect was not present in the past, but only now is it manifesting itself. Whatever it is, I'm thankful for it.

It might seem like this discerning quality is a good thing for me, but I think I've come to realize why I seem to neglect so many people in my life and choose to stick to the few. It is because I am constantly constantly constantly finding people with those qualities I admire and would like to work towards, and neglect people where those qualities are obviously lacking. That's not to say that the people I neglect are useless and without any good qualities, or people I don't appreciate at all. I appreciate ALL my friends. Because I believe everyone contributes a certain quality to the betterment of my life, and I enjoy all your company a lot.

If that makes me sound snobbish or elitist or that oft-said sentence (usually in disdain), "She chooses her friends"... Well I don't agree. We all feel this. It's just whether you're aware of this and are able to put them into sentences that's all, isn't it? There are people you stick more to, and it's not only because they're just always there in school, or in the social circle you run in. You stick to them because there are things that you share, there are ideals that you hold dear together, and at that time in your life, those are the kinds of people you need in your life.

It might seem that I'm cold and heartless in my functionalist views but truth is truth and sometimes emotions don't do any good to the final conclusion. This thinking makes it hard for me to find friends and I feel like such a loner sometimes but I can't help how I feel, and I can't help always wanting to find like-minded people.

9/24/10 01:17 am

When my heart hurts, my left arm hurts too.

Why don't I have that kind of emotional support? Or do I?

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9/23/10 05:50 pm - No subject.

With the All Spark gone, we cannot return life to our planet. And fate has yielded its reward: a new world to call home. We live among its people now, hiding in plain sight, but watching over them in secret, waiting, protecting. I have witnessed their capacity for courage, and though we are worlds apart, like us, there's more to them than meets the eye. I am Optimus Prime, and I send this message to any surviving Autobots taking refuge among the stars. We are here. We are waiting.

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