July 23, 2014

Anonymous said: Hey! Just wanted to tell you how amazing I think that spemily say something video was great job man keep it up!

Hey back!

Well, well, well, thanks, but what I did was post the super good job another brilliant person did. This person: B25Revi. I’m sorry you thought it was mine; it’s not, so I must give credit to this awesome, creative person.

July 22, 2014




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July 22, 2014






bilingual my ass. you’re either heterolingual or homolingual

#you’re not bilingual  #you’re confused  #stop being greedy   

#it’s just a phase #you’ll meet a nice language and settle down

#the bible says adam and eve #not hebrew and cantonese

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July 22, 2014

Women in Hollywood who smash Menswear
Emily Blunt and Cate Blanchett


Women in Hollywood who smash Menswear
Emily Blunt and Cate Blanchett

July 21, 2014

I think I found a new motto


I think I found a new motto

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July 21, 2014

I’m taking Hanna’s side on the hannily feud, yes.

July 21, 2014
Meme At Eleven


nezua tagged me!

Rule 1. Always post the rules

Rule 2. Answer the questions from the person who tagged you and write 11 new ones

(Rule 3. Tag 11 people and link them to the post) <—optional

(Rule 4. Actually tell them you tagged them.) <—also optional

1. Why is truth so dangerous…

Rule 1. Always post the rules

Rule 2. Answer the questions from the person who tagged you and write 11 new ones

Rule 3. Tag 11 people and link them to the post

Rule 4. Actually tell them you tagged them

1. What did you learn today? I’m easily adaptable or flexible to outside circumstances, but only when I’m in a good mood - then I have hope, I have interest in making things work.

It was more of a re-learning. Very egocentric, tho.

2. What accessory is essential? I guess the right thing to say or the one that first comes to mind is none? Because by definition if it’s an accessory it cannot be essential. But, other than that, I can’t walk out without a purse - because it’s convenient and I have everything there.

3. How often do you wear a belt? As often as every day. I have a thin waist and a big enough butt / hips, so the belt is really an essential accessory if I want pants to fit me.

4. What kind of relationship do you have with your dentist? One of cautious reserve. I hate going to the dentist. But she’s nice - and funny - and she takes my deer-caught-in-headlights expression fairly well.

5. What was your favorite book as a teenager? ”Crime and punishment” by Dostoievsky. Intense.

6. What skill are you proudest of? My capacity for learning. I can pretty much get interested in learning anything.

7. What kind of music do you listen to when you are moving? I listen to the same music over and over, no matter if I am moving or completely still. Pop, rock, pop-rock, idk. I am kind of eclectic but at the same time I’m not?

8. If you could change one system, which could it be? What do you mean “one” system? lol Isn’t there only one system, THE system? I guess I’m not so good at changing things systemically, or at approaching change as a whole, or at believing in complete change? I believe in small changes. But - maybe the educational system. I would improve the selection of teachers and forbid private, religious education, which in my country is a very complicated issue. Not because I am opposed to religion but because I think all education should be public in order to guarantee social equality.

9. What’s the worst conflict over money you feel comfortable sharing? Uhhhhhhm. I guess how much I am willing to sacrifice in terms of self-satisfaction and self-realization thru work so I can survive in this world? I really don’t feel the need to be rich or even to have a lot, and sometimes it feels like there’s no in-between between lust for money and extreme poverty (in my mind). Does it make sense?

I have a deep fear of extreme poverty. But I don’t want to be rich. I want to have enough to be myself but I am not totally willing to sacrifice a lot of myself to be myself. I am aware I need to reach a compromise with the world in terms of finding a job that guarantees my long-term survival, but I still want to dictate part of the conditions of the compromise. 

10. Do you feel like you owe something to someone or someone owes you something? Yes, both. It’s impossible to live without paying and expecting to be paid emotional debts. I owe love (the ability to give and receive love) to a few people; I owe respect and kindness (at least a reasonable amount of it) to every person I meet or to anyone who might be affected by my actions. I expect to be treated with the same reasonable amount of respect and kindness. I hope to never lose this sense of debt, in a way.

11. If you could study one animal in its habitat for a year, which would it be? Oh, I already do - with my dog. I want to understand how dogs think and what they’re really about, without the sentimentality of being the human owner. That way I will understand a lot about humans too. That’s the fun. Let me study my own habitat - the one I share with other humans and dogs.  

My eleven questions:

1. Do you believe there is a fundamental difference between the Humanities and the Sciences, and how does it affect people?

2. What do you expect from social media?

3. Do you prefer long, solitary walks, or short visits with someone to go with you?

4. Are you still afraid of the things that terrified you when you were a child?

5. Your ideal job.

6. Favorite historical event, and why.

7. Do you believe there is only one person who can give you everything you need?

8. Is there a song you remember the lyrics from in times of suffering, and does it help you feel better to remember them?

9. Do you think you’re easy to understand and deal with or do you think you’re complicated?

10. Do you still have heroes or heroines, and who are they?

11. How much are you willing to sacrifice in order to find the right job / the right relationship / the right whatever for you?

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July 21, 2014
Questions About Books and Reading
1: What was the last book you read?
2: Was it a good one?
3: What made it good?
4: Would you recommend it to other people?
5: How often do you read?
6: Do you like to read?
7: What was the last bad book you read?
8: What made you dislike it?
9: Do you wish to be a writer?
10: Has any book every influenced you greatly?
11: Do you read fanfiction?
12: Do you write fanfiction?
13: What's your favorite book?
14: What's your least favorite book?
15: Do you prefer physical books or ready on a device (like a kindle)?
16: When did you learn to read?
17: What is your favorite book you had to read in school?
18: What is your favorite book series?
19: Who is your favorite author?
20: What is your favorite genre?
21: Who is your favorite character in a book series?
22: Has a book ever transported you somewhere else?
23: Which book do you wish had a sequel?
24: Which book do you wish DIDNT have a sequel?
25: How long does it take you to read a book?
26: Do you like when books become movies?
27: Which book was ruined by its movie adaptation?
28: Which movie has done a book justice?
29: Do you read newspapers?
30: Do you read magazines?
31: Do you prefer newspapers or magazines?
32: Do you read while in bed?
33: Do you read while on the toilet?
34: Do you read while in the car?
35: Do you read while in the bath?
36: Are you a fast reader?
37: Are you a slow reader?
38: Where is your favorite place to read?
39: Is it hard for you to concentrate while you read?
40: Do you need a room to be silent while you read?
41: Who gave you your love for reading?
42: What book is next on your list to read?
43: When did you start to read chapter books?
44: Who is your favorite children's book author?
45: Which author would you most want to interview?
46: Which author do you think you'd be friends with?
47: What book have you reread the most?
48: Which books do you consider "classics"?
49: Which books do you think should be taught in every school?
50: Which books should be banned from all schools?
July 21, 2014


Do you have hope for the future?
someone asked Robert Frost, toward the end.
Yes, and even for the past, he replied,
that it will turn out to have been all right
for what it was, something we can accept,
mistakes made by the selves we had to be,
not able to be, perhaps,…

(Source: literarymiscellany)

July 21, 2014


I used to like to keep every door open. It felt like accepting the world’s wealth of possibilities. Now I realize it was just cluttering the space, making it hard to appreciate the present. Most doors, you’ll be able to open again. That’s the point of doors. The ones you can’t? You’re better off learning not to need them. It’s better than holding desperately on to past possibilities.

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