Isyana Adriani Arslan was born in Jakarta, Indonesia, on May 14 1983, making her a Taurean by Western constellation and a Miss Piggy by Chinese. She has a younger brother, Muhammad Rifqi, whom she has been teasing the hell out of since his day one on earth. Isyana is currently embarking on her third year at The University of Auckland, working her ass off on a BA in English Literature and Films, Television, and Media Studies. She is an alumna of The University of Indonesia, from which she earned a diploma in ESL in February 2005. Her passions include writing, photography, web design, graphic design, history, travels, and the list goes on...and no she does not wish to have a nine-to-five job. A fan of hers already?

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there goes my guy of the moment...oh yes buddy its someone you know
'So you guys had a hot date. Awesome. And then what happened?'
'He fucked himself.'

Listening to: The Mint Chicks - Crazy Yes Dumb No
Thursday, March 8, 2007, 12:47 a.m.

I'm loving Lily Allen's latest single Alfie. I wish I could write as witty a song about my own brother. Ok, here's my pathetic attempt at writing lyrics about the dork (can't think of any melody!)...I was tempted! LOL.

Rifqi, Rifqi, mon frere/Go back to Japan/Oh please go back to Japan/It's not that I care about your promise to get me a Takeshi Kaneshiro look-alike/It's your future I care more about/You lived the dream many people could only dream of/Shinjuku, Harajuku, sushi, hentai, anime, origami/It's so sad that you decided to give it up/I have my hard knocks too/Good English doesn't really help/You need someone to remind you that/When we live our dreams, we're bound to have more hardships/It's basically only a test of faith, of strength/You're a big boy, you can go through it all/I can't wait for the day in September when I wave you goodbye, say have fun back in Japan/'Cause then I can remind you of your promise to bring me a Takeshi Kaneshiro look-alike

Listening to: Lily Allen - Alfie
Tuesday, March 6, 2007, 10:09 a.m.

apa kabar
Hey everyone. Yeh, been busy. I'm in stage three already, which people say is the busiest stage in university. I'll be fine. Wish me luck.
Tom's going back from Wellington tomorrow and I can't wait to go see Summer Shakespeare with Viv on the 9th or 10th! I wonder if Tom misses me...Last week, though, he sent me a text from Welly and well that was so unusual of him! LOL.

Listening to: nothing
Saturday, March 3, 2007, 05:00 p.m.

me being oh so corny part 100
Caleb Matafeo I miss you!!! Yes I popped in the blog tonight just to say that hahahahah :) I can do it on your Myspace but I don't wanna look corny :P
Are you doing FTVMS 320? Am I gonna see you tomorrow? Please say I am! LOL.

Listening to: nothing
Wednesday, February 28, 2007, 10:05 p.m.

growing pains of a twentysomething...biological clock and whatnot
Um. Been good. Been doing lotsa work. Been too lazy to blog. Been on the look-out for a decent bloke, as always.
Went to Jessica's 21st last night and had a good time with my weird-ass dance moves. LOL. I totally went crazy despite not having a single drop of alcohol. What I enjoyed the most, though, was looking of a collage of pictures of the birthday girl taken at her birth through to her teens. Too cute! I want a collage too for my next birthday...Nay, my 25th birthday. I have a strong hunch my 24th will go unnoticed just like my 23rd.
Oh shivers...I'm turning 24 this year. Eeek shriek shock horror. I'm no longer worried about not having a real and steady job and finishing uni at 25 (well for the moment at least), but I'm now more worried than ever about...childbirth. You know, I plan to get married and have kids before I turn 30, so suppose I tie the knot at 27 and have a kid the year after...Ye gods that's four friggin years from now! I have an unbelivably low pain threshold (I even shudder at the thought of an injection) and you know four years go in a blink of an eye. But oh well. I love kids and I'm determined to have some of my own and I'm always delighted at the idea of being a mother so hopefully the pain won't be a burden when the time comes...

Listening to: nothing
Sunday, February 25, 2007, 11:35 p.m.