Every argument every couple had

Well. I’m sure you’ll find at least some of it familiar. Unless you never had a…

Still, you would still have watched TV, movies and stuffs. So yeah. Unless you’re a lifeless b-…

Well, regardless, enjoy (:


Exams are oh-val

Yes, in case you’re wondering if I’m on hiatus, no I’m not. I just happened to be busy celebrating the end of my exams, as well as Teacher’s day today.


I’m probably going to be broke this month.

Okay wait, not the point, I forgot what I was going to say. But let’s see, I plan to get a new camera soon. I will do an extensive post on it once I get it. Probably going to take a look at it tomorrow and see if there’s any good offers at Comex.

Oh well, before I know it it’s already 1130. I’m pretty darn tired right now. Met up with a couple of ahs friends this afternoon. (a little wasted that I didn’t go back to AHS, didn’t know that got so many went back) oh well.

Anyway, I’ll end this with a lol image.


Now I know where the traffic comes from

I’ve been wondering.. how the heck did people find my blog?!


As you can see, only 50 people go to this blog like, directly. If I count the in the posts that was posted today (Cause it’s published on fb and twitter so people click on it directly).

It’s 69 in total. (coincidence I swear)

What about the rest? there’s like 76 from some other random old posts. So if I include the search terms (on wp), I’ll add in another 61. So left with 15. Well, after some searching, I finally found out the reason why.



Well, you know I’ve been participating in the postaweek/postaday challenge. And, if you go to those two addresses, you’ll actually see my blog being featured there.

Considering that,


That really REALLY makes me happy somehow ^^



Well, I’m not going to tag this post because well.. I don’t really want this conceited post to find it’s way up there somehow.

Well, it’s all good and all but there’s something that I’m a little sad about.

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The Legend of Ashitaka

I just love Joe Hisashi’s music. Ah, it makes me feel like the world is such a great place when I keep listening to songs like these (:

Went out to study today so well, didn’t really had the mood to blog when I came back. It was KINDA fruitful I guess. Supposed to continue mugging when I get back but oh well you know me ^^.  On the side and really really random note to myself, I finally flashed to a different kernel other than DarkCore. It’s Semaphore! So far so good I would say.

Um, from what I can FEEL, it’s faster, and it gets a rough 3 to 400 higher in Quadrant. So, I guess it’s better? We’ll have to see about the battery life though. The thing that I really like is that the minimum brightness is set lower so I don’t have to use an app just for that. Well, so far so good! Also changed my boot animation to that of honeycomb. Just.. for the fun of it.


Music with a thousand jeans

Well, he’s a cool and bored guy.

p.s. i’m really annoyed with my mum because she’s trying to argue with me that there’s no difference in using a computer in chi or eng.

You’re unique, not special.


Here’s another article that I just read from psychologytoday

It’s pretty darn interesting. And… the article is really short so you can probably finish it in 5 mins. just read it. Really worth it. And.. since there really isn’t anything I can extract since too little wouldn’t make sense and anymore would be the entire article lol.

p.s. the weather suddenly damn warm.

Levitating girl



But yeah we can’t.

Anyway, this is an illusion done by a freaking awesome photographer, Natsumi Hayashi. She gave the most interesting answers during an interview.

"The only way to get a right timing for a shot is jumping a lot," Hayashi said in an interview with the U.K.’s Daily Mail, dispelling our hopeful illusions that she’s the first human being who can actually fly. "Sometimes I need to jump over 100 times to get a right shot" She does this in front of her camera, mounted on a tripod, and continues to do so until she achieves that perfect, natural-looking "levitation."

"I got the idea from an English idiom that says ‘to have one’s feet firmly planted on the ground," she continued. "In Japan, we have the exact same idiom. But I am not a practical person at all. Therefore, I try ‘not to have my feet firmly on the ground’ in my self-portrait photos to show my true self."


Words can’t explain magic, head on to her blog for more pictures. I’ll embed a couple more (11) for you guys in case you’re lazy.

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