Thursday, December 23, 2010


So why did Santa get a ticket on Christmas Eve?

He left his sled in the SNOW Parking Zone. get it???

bahahhaaa....i crack myself up.
so when my mummy left this year, she also took with her our christmas spirit with it. which is really sad, because now santa won't be able to power his sled...we don't even have a kwastmas tree this year and i can't find those HEINOUS sweaters with actual jinlgy bells. given our retarded one from last year that my mom decorated where she only bedazzled the front side of the tree leaving the rest naked as shit, it looks like a half-naked uber gay man. i need to find those pictures i took from yesteryear. I've attempted some very pathetic decorating and blasting christmas music all day every day. I think my dad's a little confused by such constant music...okay, i'm off to sip some hot cocoa and listen to some mariah carey holiday songs (lord knows how much i love them). because as buddy the elf once said:

i plan on doing just so!


there's too much crap in the world, so lets try our best to be merry and jolly when we can!

gawd...this post is cheesy. don't judge me.

love always,

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

sippin flower tea in my tie dye snuggie

i have turned into a fruit.

suppose to be studying for my final tomorrow, instead i'm here jammin to some tunes in the above scenario. lovely. oh and hackin up a lung. my dadsicles called early this time and told me to remind him daily and ask that useless brother of mine to write numerous notes for him to pick me up on friday. i bet yall the man will forget/be late regardless. this life of an eggrorr is oh so much fun...

oh and should i ever decide to have children, i would like you all to get this for me for my baby shower. in a wide assortment of colors (except pink, not a fan). thanks!

just imagine my cute asian face there instead. beyond glorious.

ok that's all for now.

peace to the bumcrease,

Friday, December 3, 2010

I wish you the sunshine of tomorrow


i'm sorry i didn't get to say a proper goodbye but know that...

I thought of you with love today
but that is nothing new
I thought about you yesterday
and days before that too,
I think of you in silence
I often speak your name
All I have are memories
and your picture in a frame
Your memory is my keepsake
with which I’ll never part
God has you in His keeping
I have you in my heart.

i will love and miss you forever,

Saturday, November 6, 2010

now listen what i say oh

“Life is one big road with lots of signs. So when you riding through the ruts, don't complicate your mind. Flee from hate, mischief and jealousy. Don't bury your thoughts, put your vision to reality . Wake Up and Live!” -Bob Marley

currently listening to: snow by red hot chili peppers
current mood: STOKED for the holidays!

youtube kinda sucks these days. stupid commercials and lame new format. really crampin' my blog's style...

so last night i had this dream that i was in this really big room on a ghetto bed in the corner and this male asian, i think it was either my dad or my uncle came in, that's when i saw this gray cat lying on the floor. i flipped a shit and begged for the asian person to chase it out/get rid of it. thats when i saw another large striped cat scurry across the room into another corner and then magically fit under the crack of the door. then i lost it. i begged and cry to go back to my room and the asian person disappeared and i was left all alone. poopin myself with fright (well not really). so i wrapped my presh body into the sheet, SPRINTED outta there into my room and jumped on the bed. throwing things around to rid it of cats. then i woke up and was really hungry. i think i need to get this phobia checked out. it's not healthy.

yesterday i watched gone baby gone. it's ben affleck's directorial debut and set in bahsten. fairly good and it left me questioning life choices, but i wont get all deep and mushy for everyone's sake. but it definitely made me miss home, oh dorchester, MA such a beautiful place...and the accents are divine as well...also apparently they filmed some parts of the social network at phillips academy, 5 minutes from my beautiful asian home. UGHHH.

ruining my football, 60 minutes, and desperate housewives sunday.

have a magical saturday,

newly released malfoy manor clip:

Friday, November 5, 2010

frenzy state of mind

"A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and gets to bed at night, and in between he does what he wants to do." -Bob Dylan
greetings all!

i've officially hit holiday mode and i'm so STOKED FOR CHRISTMAS!!!
yesterday i started listening to a bunch of christmas music and wearing my holiday socks. joy!
i cannot wait to return home for turkey day and black friday. i'm sure my peanut cousins will be camping outside the stores...unfortunately bon qui qui and belendan will not me home for taboo night.

oh you peeps should probs check this out:
(please disregard that its from men's health)

well now this interesting:

well what do ya know, LOOK WHAT'S NUMBER 1. so all those hating on the more natural substances, take a good look before you make judgment.

Look what else grabbed my attention:

Invisibility cloak closer with flexible 'metamaterial'

Tweezers holding flexible metamaterial (IoP) Metamaterials work by interrupting and channelling the flow of light

Scientists in the UK have demonstrated a flexible film that represents a big step toward the "invisibility cloak" made famous by Harry Potter.

The film contains tiny structures that together form a "metamaterial", which can, among other tricks, manipulate light to render objects invisible.

Flexible metamaterials have been made before, but only work for light of a colour far beyond that which we see.

Physicists have hailed the approach a "huge step forward".

The bendy approach for visible light is reported in the New Journal of Physics.

how all very exciting! did i mention ONLY 15 MORE DAYS TILL DEATHLY HALLOWS!!

oh and i'm buying this present for my lovely brother dick cause he always dutch ovens himself and when dadsicles and i go to wake him up by lifting his covers, IT IS DEATH. i don't know what he eats...oh slim jims. my mum could probably use it too, just sayin'.

ok i am now going to attempt to be a good student.


Sunday, October 24, 2010

missin the good ol'baystate

so some peeps don't understand my love and attachment to my home state. i've been to a lot of places and nothing compares to new england. you may disagree but being born and raised there my whole life, there are some small charms that makes it that much more special to me. you gotta love and remember where you came from.

i've gotta about a month till i get to go back, in the meantime, here's a list of all the things that i love and miss about bahsten and its surrounding areas.

-fenway park and the garden (sox hats and gear everywhere and everyday). gillette's too far
-the obnoxious sport fans that no other place can rival. seriously, its in our blood.
-upper crust pizza, papa gino's, spinners, & bertuccis.
-actual DERICIOUS clam chowder in a nice in a bread bowl.
-the boston accents and saying the world wicked w/o being mocked.
-boston common and the movie theater across from it.
-beautiful and chill hippie maine and vermont.
-the really RUDE drivers that have no manners...
-rockingham mall w/the annoying teenyboppers, salem nh.
-cake batter ice cream from emack and bolio's.
-getting mail from my in cambridge, yes i have one.
-no sales tax in new hampshire, my fathers love for this and his refusal to buy even a bottle of shampoo in a costco/bj's in mass.
-wrentham outlets
-the nerds at havahd & MIT, the hipsters by berkeley, the prepsters at BC, and the azns at BU.
-market basket
-the shitty T and its efforts to "modernize".
-the incredible amount of trees and ACTUAL mountains.
-Anna's taqueria, no other mexican place matches.
-newbury comics and yes the uber touristy faneuil hall.
-how friggen cheap lobstah is compared to other places, and i like it steamed dipped in butta or the asian style with scallions. plus cornbread & baked beans on the side.
-going to lawrence for whatever reason, always a charming place...
-chinatown and its lovely smell/people.
-legitimate amounts of snow but not shoveling it.
-newbury street, copley, and the pru.
-having a car albeit its shitty conditions.
-obnoxiously loud family and friends, massholes to the core.
-rotary NOT circle, highway NOT freeway, breakdown lane, and the fast lane.
-charles river for earthfest, july 4th, or new years.
-our backyard pool/pond and the ghetto cars
-frances rivera and the whole 7 news team (the anchors elsewhere suck).
-bob's discount furniture, the 1-800-cars-for-kids, ernie bott, (woops i mean BOCH ;) jr. commercials.
-how accessible everything is (beach, city, stores, nature).

it's funny how when you leave, even the most ridiculous things are missed...i'm sure there's more and i'll add onto the list but for now these off the top of my head makes being from NE that much cooler.

ughhh it smells like my roomate's feet in here. that's what happens when you don't wear socks with sneakers. i'm going to go vomit now because of this stench.

oh one more thing, my blog look is mega fugly and i apologize for its 'stuck in the '90s look' but due to my severe retardation with technology, i have no idea how to change it. so if anyone would like to help, it would be much appreciated.

have a great last week of october, oh and do try to keep it classy on halloween.
2010's almost ending, how very strange.

Love Always,

Sunday, September 26, 2010

one day your life will flash before your eyes

it's been a week. exactly 7 days ago and on my birthday i experienced losing someone so close to me. we all knew it was time, time to accept what was coming, time to let him rest peacefully. i don't know what i feel, because i keep seeing his ernie bott face and i keep thinking that the next time i go home to boston, he'll be sitting there telling me how tall i am (all 5'3" of me) and asking me what some english word means. he was the greatest human being i've ever met. he didn't smoke, drink, cuss, or gamble. besides that, i think the most honorable trait was that in the 20 years that i knew him, i never once heard him speak an ill word about someone or treat anyone without respect and kindness. he took care of his family working from the ground up. and never once have i heard anyone say a bad thing about him. i can't sum up what an amazing man he was. he lived as a saint and i'm sure he's a saint now. i still remember him taking the T all the way to cambridge to pick me up from school, cane in hand, baseball cap on. I would always get so sleepy on the greenline and he would have to drag my twatty butt back to mason place. i will always remember him watching basketball (chicago bulls fan) in his favorite green chair, handwashing his clothes well into his 90's, or getting up every morning to buy the chinese newspaper and perhaps a cha shiu bao or dan tat for dicky and i. i was so lucky to have gone back to the place in china where he raised his family and to spend that amazing summer reliving his past with him. my only regret is not spending more time with him towards the end. I love him so much and i'm so thankful to have met such an angel in my life. my grams told me that him passing on my birthday is his present for me to live, so that every year, as i grow another year older, his dream lives on. he wanted us to live honorable and simple lives, educating ourselves to become better people. i only hope to be half the person he was and i hope to pass on his message to my kids. his birthday gift was that he brought all of my uncles and aunt together in a way i never thought possible (despite the family drama), it was my first birthday where they were all there with me and he in spirit (i wouldn't ask for anymore). when people ask you who your hero is or who you aspire to be, you often hear a celebrity or some famous figure, but i can 110% say that he's mine and everything about this man was real, honest, and good to the core. just when i was losing faith in family, my culture, and where i came from, he renewed my faith. i miss him so much and its lonely to being here by myself, but i know he's want me to be strong and to be happy for the amazing 20 years that i got to spend with him and the 98 years (+2, 1 from the heavens and 1 from the earth) that he graced this earth with his presence. tomorrow they will bury you and i wish i was there, it's finally kicking in that you're gone but i'll always be there with you to hold your hand just i did when i was 5 years old.

“You can shed tears that he is gone,
or you can smile because he has lived.
You can close your eyes and pray that he'll come back,
or you can open your eyes and see all he's left.
Your heart can be empty because you can't see him,
or you can be full of the love you shared.
You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday,
or you can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday.
You can remember him only that he is gone,
or you can cherish his memory and let it live on.
You can cry and close your mind,
be empty and turn your back.
Or you can do what he'd want:
smile, open your eyes, love and go on.”

-David Harkins

so gramps:
I love you and I miss you.
I will always hear your voice in my head
and remember your ernie bott face and mica feet.
I will try my best to live a life that you would be proud of.
May you watch over our entire family, bring us together
and may you forever rest in peace.

ka wing

Friday, September 17, 2010

staying strong for each other

hey god,

its me again. i don't if you're really up there, i want to believe you are.
please just give us some more time to all be there by his side.

please let my grandma in HK know that we're there.

they're good people.

that's my birthday wish.

Victoria K. L

Thursday, September 9, 2010

seems like everyone's for themselves these days...

greetings again!

it has been far too long and much has happened in my otherwise dull life.

pretty epic summer, saw a lot of people, ate a lot food, went to alotta places, and most importantly, gained a whole new perspective (oh and about an additional 6 lbs, sorry family.) i will update soon with pictures, hopefully...

its the beginning to another school year and its not starting off the way i would like it to. i wish i had my family and friends with me, because they are without a doubt the most important part of my life. And by friends i mean the ones who've stuck by you, take you for who you are no matter what, make you laugh at yourself, and the ones who after being apart for long, it feels as if nothing's changed.

so shout out to everyone who truly matter:

mumsicles & dadsicles
despite my anger towards how gosh darn annoying you two are, i will always miss your "ways" wherever i go and your words of wisdom are always in my head. you might not think it, but i'm listening.

presh little brother, Dicky
you make me so mad sometimes with your obnoxious teenage puberty self, but i'm glad to see how close we are. you are the most special person i've ever met. thanks for the laughs.

guido cousins
jess, jenn, bev, bren for the relationship we have compared to peanuts...and for always being there to play taboo with.

my potato pals (the ones that i actually stayed friends w/after high school and made the effort to make our friendship last)
most importantly- Burkey Turkey, Buhbies, & the Apester, ya'll are RIDICULOUS.
double c's, dewek, brown suga, sometimes the italian stallion and miss. 2.0 avril.

kwastal/moesha/sista from anotha motha
you made my life in maryland bearable. thank you for EVERYTHING

cousins back in the homeland for being AMAZING FOBS, i mean that.
all my aunts and uncles who take such good care of us every time we go back to HK. truly gives me that warm and family feel. some of my happiest moments are with you all.

grandparents-for teaching my parents the morals and values that hopefully will be passed onto me to become a better person.

the aunts & uncles that have no family relation but nevertheless, treat me as if i were their own-
Susie Yee Yee & Uncle Richard, Gracie Yee Yee & Uncle Frankie, Ruby Yee Yee & Family (Jane), godfather David & Auntie Holly (plus Carmen).

i don't know where this post comes from but i think after some reflection on my life, i needed to lay out those who are apart of MY family (blood relation or not). everyone who i owe so much of my happiness to and gave me the feeling that i'm never alone wherever i go. i've realized that money seems to tear so many people apart or their selfish and cheap ways drive people away. the people listed have never been "cheap" or have been stingy with the relationship, whether they have it or not, have been more then willing to put others before themselves. thanks guys for being such great people for me to compare which relationships are real and which are simply not meant to last. people will come and go in my life, but hopefully i can hold onto you all.

WICKED CHEESY but it must be said...

until next time

Peace & Love Always,

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

i am slowly withering away...

herro munchkins.

i'm back in the HK. this summer has been way too busy and stressful. i have not stopped since i've come home from school. we just came back from zhuhai/macau and i think i sweated 56% of my body's liquid content away. not to mention i mght now have epilepsy due to my mother's constant camera flash. cause with mumsicles, its no matter if the sun's out and beaming all its powerful rays or all the lights have been turned on, even on auto mode if the picture is taken without flash then it doesnt count, oui these si lai' macau i finally got to go into the casinos, pretty rad. too bad it was with a bunch of old geezers and i didn;t know how to play anything. i did walk away with $100 more dollars than i went in with, but i should have made all the bets cause yours truly was 5 for 5, i think i have espN or something. last night my hairy, uber sweaty, insanely phlegmy fob cousin kept us all up due to his freakishly loud snoring. not normal for someone his age, we're sure he has some sort of medical condition. not to mention my lil bro dicky has an extremely weak stomach here and has to poop 4 times a day and death inducing farts. the other day he was pooping and i was chillin in the living room and THIS AWFUL STENCH filled my beautiful nostrils. the servant told us not to breath in but then even she couldn't handle it and had to open up all the windows. i could smell his shitpile in the next bathroom over. IT PERMEATED THROUGH THE WALLS. i wanted to die, kids got issues. and i can't catch up on any of my tv shows. the one english show they have is MONK which is blah. so now i have no choice but to get hooked on these stupid azn soap operas, which i swore i wouldn't...oh another story we were eating and the miss. hong kong pageant was on, #13 won and DICK TWEETED taylor swift about it becuase thats her lucky number. i could go on and on with stories about how special he is. i have to face him day in and day out and i fear for my brain cells by the time i get back to school. okay those are my travel stories for the day, i'm waiting to be retrieved right now but i think my mother forgot to come get us. she forgot her birthday the other day and how old her son is.

hope you're having a good summer bon qui qui ;) ;)

rove always,

Friday, July 23, 2010

hey turds

everything is in frikin chinese and i cant read jackshit...

wow, i forgot about this nifty lil blog.
okay so since Buhbies and Turkey still read this i will provide an update on the LIFE OF AN EGGRORR. i am now halfway around the world in the land of my ancestors. i've basc been sleeping. kinda missin the good U.S. of A already cause no ones know what i'm tlakin about. i'll be like hey check out that GUID there or that chola looking hott mess ova there and they'll just stare at me. and they dont seem to understand that you cant be a celtics fan and have a kobe poster hanging in you room. thats like tellin someone you're a yankees and red sox fan which i would just roll my eyes at and give you pure sass cause it makes no sense. speaking of which no one here understands when i sass them or understand that being a fresh piece of attitude to me is highly unacceptable. plus it is BALLS HOT HERE, i can't even breath. okay tomorrow i will finally venture out and maybe buy a video camera and documents my travels. and get some frikin wifi cause i cannot deal with all the chinese on this computer.

oh and take glamour shots like such with my azn family.
yes that is Mike oh whoops i mean THE SITUATION.

peace to the bumcrease,

Saturday, May 8, 2010


Green Tip:
For wrapping and boxing, use recycled paper. Go for boxes made from recycled cardboard. Most post offices and stationers provide these products.

mood: things feelin a little bittersweet
currently listening to: Airplanes-B.o.B

herro, its been awhile. i apologize. what to write about today...?
um well i haven't stopped eating. munchin away nearly every waking hour of the day for the past week, i think i have a worm. instead of reading, i am pondering away about which country to go to for my peace corps work. right now i'm down to Jamaica, Morocco, South Africa, or Fiji.

also i am considering becoming a vegetarian full time. i'm sure that's gonna disappoint many, especially my meat lovin family. but so far i am failing for my love for bacon is far too strong. everyone should watch Food Inc. seriously, its sad when a hamburger costs less than a head of lettuce.

umm...what else, oh yeah i'm probably going to start making this a video blog (we'll see how long that lasts) but for the people who do read this, it would be really nice if you left some comments, do you like the setup, questions, thoughts, anything you would like to see in particular. it would just be nice for me to get some feedback.

oh isn't it sad when friends just drift apart for no reason....i was thinking about how close i was with so many people, practically inseparable with some, and then i don't know what happened, but you just wake up one morning and realize you haven't talked to these people in quite some time. and then you don't know what to talk sad. but i guess the true good friends are the ones that stick around and no matter how much time has passed, its as if nothing's changed.

okay i need to go work out now.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Share the love people

IT'S 4.20!
Happy Holiday Peeps.

this post is gonna be all green in celebration.

too bad i can't enjoy it cause my life is so complicated, uh huh thats the way it is.
yeah so the whole US snowboard team is en route to Maryland to visit Mr. Obama, i wish i could go to the airport and skope em out like the sketchy egg that i am. oh yes my sink exploded once again, no joke SHIT WAS SPEWING OUT LIKE A MASSIVE SHIT FOUNTAIN as i was tryin to put in my contacts. seriously, imagine a nice water fountain with clear crystalling wawa, BUT DARK SHIT mixed with food particles splattering everywhere. screamed bloody murder for my roomates, like the one time a jewish kid wore a cat mask and entered my room, it was so cute i had to run to another to vomit. called FIXIT, said they would probs come in about 2-3 days. so i got my fresh attitude on and told them that SHIT, i cannot stress that enough was pouring onto my carpet floor plus it smelled like death. lovely. started 10 minutes before my exams...thats the life of an eggrorr for ya.

okay here's my contribution for spreadin the love today,
this is for all you ignorant turds out there. Check it:

It’s high time to end marijuana prohibition

By Paul Armentano, NORML deputy director - 04/20/10 01:20 PM ET

By any objective standard, marijuana prohibition is an abject failure.

Nationwide, U.S. law enforcement have arrested over 20 million American citizens for marijuana offenses since 1965, yet today marijuana is more prevalent than ever before, adolescents have easier access to marijuana than ever before, the drug is more potent than ever before, and there is more violence associated with the illegal marijuana trade than ever before.

Over 100 million Americans nationally have used marijuana despite prohibition, and one in ten – according to current government survey data – use it regularly. The criminal prohibition of marijuana has not dissuaded anyone from using marijuana or reduced its availability; however, the strict enforcement of this policy has adversely impacted the lives and careers of millions of people who simply elected to use a substance to relax that is objectively safer than alcohol. NORML believes that the time has come to amend criminal prohibition and replace it with a system of legalization, taxation, regulation, and education.
Only by enacting state and local legislation on the use, production and distribution of marijuana, can state and local governments effectively impose controls regarding:

• Which citizens can legally produce marijuana;
• Which citizens can legally distribute marijuana;
• Which citizens can legally consume marijuana; and
• Where, and under what circumstances, is such use legally permitted.

By contrast, the prohibition of marijuana provides law enforcement and state regulators with no legitimate market controls.This absence of state and local government controls jeopardizes, rather than promotes, public safety.

For example: Prohibition abdicates the control of marijuana production and distribution to criminal entrepreneurs (e.g., drug cartels, street gangs, drug dealers who push additional illegal substances).

Prohibition provides young people with unfettered access to marijuana (e.g., according to a 2009 Columbia University report, adolescents now have easier access to marijuana than they do alcohol).

Prohibition promotes the use of marijuana in inappropriate and potentially dangerous settings (e.g., in automobiles, in public parks, in public restrooms, etc.).

Prohibition promotes disrespect for the law and reinforces ethnic and generation divides between the public and law enforcement (e.g., according to the FBI Uniform Crime Report, 75 percent of all marijuana arrestees are under age 30; African Americans account for only 12 percent of marijuana users, but make up 23 percent of all possession arrests).

Legalizing and regulating adult marijuana use would raise revenue, promote public safety and limit the access that young people have to marijuana. These are goals that lawmakers and the public ought to support.

It's time to end 70-plus years of marijuana prohibition with a policy of legalization, taxation, regulation and education.

Paul Armentano is the deputy director of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), and is the co-author of the book Marijuana Is Safer: So Why Are We Driving People to Drink?

hear hear brotha, now i leave you with this:

enjoy the day and take a minute to 'relax' ; )


Sunday, April 18, 2010

Monday, April 12, 2010 balls right now

Green Tip: Use cold water for washing your hands - there are really no health benefits in using hot water as the temperatures that kill bacteria are also too high for human skin.

mood: slowly chuggin along
currently listening to: Jay-Z's moment of clarity

herro blog, it has been far too long....

when i started this blog i told myself i would write on it daily to better express myself...FAIL. i am just too lazy these days not to mention there's not much going on besides school. yes, i know, uber exciting. beyond ready for summer to come. funny how i tell myself to work harder every semester and it just completely backfires. so tired of stressing about everything. you live once and i just don't want to waste it on meaningless things. the other night, lil dicky called me asking for advice. i'm a guru. thanks. well homeboy's trying to figure college out. he's a sophomore in high school and he's freakin out about what to do. hell, i'm in college and i'm still trying to figure it out. asked me if he should go into business or medicine. first off, both would be strange fits because a.) he's scared of blood, gets all light headed...good luck being a doctor. b.) lacks the proper communication and logic skills to be a good businessman. c.) kids still got two years of high school and puberty to worry about. too funny....then he asked me if the healthcare field would make good money. GOOD LORD. i was losing an obscene amount of braincells talking to him. i wish i could tell him to do what his merry lil heart tells him or what makes him happy without worrying about money. i wish we wouldn't have to worry about money. but this is life and money rules it. plus i gotta take care of my parents in their old age. dandy.

well one thing dick's good at is singing opera. yeah you would never guess in that frail malnourished body of his. so i told him to get a new haircut, practice his facial expressions, get some new dance moves, and become this kid:
oh man...he will always be my little brother. for all his retard moments, gotta love him.

oh pet peeve of the day:
don't push your religion on anyone. don't tell me how god feels because you really don't know. let people figure it out on their own.

i'll try to write more often, for the few people who still read this, and for my own sake.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

hey man!

currently listening to: some absurd noise comin out of the telly
mood: stressed

sooooo, it has been a while. i have allowed myself to get way too lazy. so so sorry. anyways today, err, well yesterday i guess, was superbowl sunday. YAY SAINTS WON!!! even though it wasn't the pats, it was a good game for a much deserved team (except kim kardashian and her hiney vv. dating reggie bush). finally a team that i root for wins...also special bday shout out to shananigans and fong zhea ;-) anyways i'm back at school and due to the "snowpacalypse" there's no school tomorow! woot. well of course everyone down here DO NOT know how to handle a couple inches of snow, its quite incredible to watch them all freak out. you'd think it's the end of the world. course hailing from NE, i just laugh. here is an excellent video of what i'm talking about:

yeah, very special indeed, only THAT IS THE WHOLE STATE OF MARYLAND.

so what's on my mind...

here's the thing: i like to think of myself as a pretty reasonable person. i'm sure i have a pretty good sense of humor considering the hits i get from my friends and i can definitely take them. yeah, i let things go and sometimes i wish i don't because for some reason certain people like to use me as a punching bag. i can take a joke, but enough is enough. i, like everyone have my limits. i respect others and their space and when it is apparent that someone is uncomfortable, i stop and respect that personal space, so i don't think it's too much to ask for in return. bottom line: don't be a hypocrite and be respectful. we all have different interests and peeves, so respect that. something that doesn't bother you might bother me. there are certain things that i would like to keep private, so respect that. yeah, i'm asian and i'm scared of cats. get over it. i think this is a reasonable request that i ask of those around me and at the end of the day, i don't care if you're having a bad day or you want to feel better about yourself by continuing to pick on others, stay the hell away from me because i will snap. i don't want to but i will. when you ask someone time and time again not to do something and they continue, its only a matter of time before they lose their cool. like i said before, everyone has their limits. it's a very simple, treat me the way you want to be treated.

As Bob Dylan once said: "All I can do is be me, whoever that is."
i just gotta keep that in the back of my mind and not let others get to me

wooooo, that feels a lot better. sorry about the rant, but i just needed to get that off my chest. thanks to those who've always been there and still respected me, you all know who you are.

until next time,

Sunday, January 31, 2010

sorry i have neglected this blog for so long, a lot has happened.

but i promise to have a post soon. there is quite a lot on my mind.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

i don't even know...

i don't believe in god or anything else for that matter but if he really is out there i hope he's listening...

i'm praying for you kevin.
please please come back to us the way you were.

that's it.
i can't bring myself to be optimistic for anything this new year.