I'm just done doing French hw with the help of Mezzofanti translator, but it's not much, really.
Maybe I'll bring back the other contents of this blog. Perhaps I'll do it today since I have no school.
Oh God it turned out that I've been using simple English nowadays lately, as opposed to last year. I guess my English will get even simpler by the end of this year coz I no longer have English at school. But I hope not.
Tuesday, October 19, 2004, 05:24 a.m.
like cinderella, old dusty cellar...
I guess I'm gonna stop reading Sophie Kinsella's Can You Keep A Secret?. No, the heroine is not Becky Bloomwood...it's Emma Corrigan instead. Although I'm only at chapter seven now, I know where the story is leading to. It's another modern-day Cinderella story, and I loathe Cinderella stories, no matter how much they're modified. Y'know, this book is about an avarage Jane, a girl who isn't so good at her job, trips over the hardships of life a few times, has friends who are mostly like the rats in the original Cinderella and one or two of them play the fairy godmother, not to mention a colleague or a relative as the wicked step sisters, and at the end enter the prince charming, camouflaged as the big boss of the company for which Cinderella works. Irony of ironies is, I don't know how many modern Cinderella stories I've read so far, but one thing for sure, I read two of Kinsella's ultra famous Shoppaholic series, and even have them listed as "my favorite books" on Friendster. True, those Cinderella stories are close to reality, for deep down we're just avarage Janes after all, once in a while we make fatal mistakes, but still, how many of us get to hook up with, let alone marry, a prince charming in almost literal meaning? Most of us date and marry avarage Joes.
Anyway, this is the third of day Ramadan. I woke up at 09:50 AM and now it's 02:32 PM. I'm amazed at how fast time's flying today, despite the fact that I'm spending most of my time only before the telly and the computer. And I'm fasting. Ya know...when you're fasting even an hour feels like eternity.
Sunday, October 17, 2004, 01:52 p.m.
my garden of love
Aaaaww him. My love, darling love. Chick magnet. LOL. There's a new girl on his list almost everyday now that he's single. Hahahahah :) And I just realized we have another thing in common. His usernames for his e-mail and instant messengers, each is different than the other, just like me! I assume he, like me, knows there are some people who tend to use the same usernames for everything, and he doesn't wanna be in that category and doesn't wanna be easily recognized as well. Yeo!
I'm in love with this new Kim-Lian song, Garden of Love. Yes, I have a weakness for lyrically deep songs, particularly ones with lyrics which can describe my current situation.
My love, you are my love, thunder in my heart....And the Lord said look away, look away, look away through the garden of love...
Saturday, October 16, 2004, 03:48 p.m.
mum, bird, bloke, wank, dosh, snog, quid...
Jolly good, wot! Anyone for tennis? That'll be ten ponies, guv. You're the epitome of everything that is english. Yey :) Hoist that Union Jack!
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I swear I DID NOT cheat! Guy Fawkes' Day, anyone? LOL.
I love this exciting (ok, I'm exaggerating! But it's fun all the same) new feature on Friendster called photo caption! It enables you to give some sort of titles to your pics. But I can't help thinking...Had this feature existed when that bloke was still together with his ex and their pictures still existed on his page, what would the pics' captions have read? "Us, so much in love"? Oh, and there was also this picture...so funny that it should've been captioned, "Look, we're on the brink of shagging!" Hahahahahaha ROTFL.
I don't understand people who are so fanatical about certain celebs that they say their idols are nice despite never meeting them in person, let alone know them personally. If you're of this sort, next time you want to say words of worship about your idols, say, "He/she/they SEEM/S nice..." It's less iritating that way.
Friday, October 15, 2004, 12:54 p.m.
Oh god. I'm becoming more selfish, yet at the same time also more considerate. Yes it's true. IT HAPPENS. TO ME. And since you're not me, have never been in my shoes, shut up.
Have a happy Ramadan to all my fellow Allah and The Prophet Muhammad followers, wherever you are.
And to you. There may be no daylight between us, but wherever I go to school and whoever I date is strictly MY business alone.
Thursday, October 14, 2004, 06:50 p.m.