Friday, December 31, 2010
Monday, December 13, 2010
A person you cherish, a person you love, a person you've always desired. Mostly, a person who is not perfect and never perfect. She/He is the person your friends look at them and say "From all the people in the world, you had to choose her/him" with that sarcastic face. A lover, a person you appreciate even if she/he is not beautiful/handsome. Even if they have pimple problems, pms-y problems, hard-kicking party problems. Sometimes a girl/boy leaves their lover for someone better. Someone way handsome/beautiful but they forgotten to check if that new person is someone great and someone who could accept you for you. Yada yada yada, done. I'm not trying to brag my brain out but we should really try to accept a person for who she/he is :)
Saturday, December 4, 2010
Friday, November 26, 2010
Let me ask you a question. Have you ever had someone bend over, as you were sitting down going about your business, and whisper in your ear? No….not romantically. They are the bearers of juicy news about someone you both know. But whether or not it’s true, or how much of it is true for that matter, is uncertain.
What was your reaction to what was being whispered to you? Did you smile and laugh? Did you think something along the lines of, “Yeah, he/she WOULD do that!” or “They are such a Bitch/Bastard!”? In other words, did you agree with the opinions expressed alongside the juicy bit of news being passed on? Was it funny? Did you feel like the person being gossiped about deserved it?
Alot of the time, when this happens it’s intent is harmless enough. People talk and generally, when they do, they talk about the people they have in common with one another. And the information gets stored in the brain as ‘hmm interesting information’ to be forgotten or only vaguely remembered later on.
Other times, gossip can take hold and be passed from person to person getting worse and worse as it travels from mouth to ear to mouth.
Have you ever played a game, or heard of a game, where kids sit in a circle and one person starts with a single statement like ‘the goose plays in the pond’ and pass it around by whispering it into the ear of the person sitting next to them?
And as it travels from child to child, it statement mutates into something else. Perhaps one child changes it from a goose to a duck. And then another child changes it from a pond to a park. And yet another child adds toys to it. By the time it reaches the ears of the first child, it’s completely different.
Friday, October 29, 2010
Heh, I just finished watching Britain's Next Top Model on Star World and I was like; what the fudge? One of the most top stylist asked one of the models *i don't remember her name* about her opinion on the titled "Size 0 Debate" Well, let me give you a piece of my mind. Being a skinny walking stick isn't what I call 'beautiful'. I'm not trying to be a f*** ass but, try imagining a stick wearing clothes. Stupid, I know. I know that there was once a trend to consider that slim means beautiful. But some women took that phrase just too far. In their desire to look really slim, women even have gone for the zero figure trends but what abt health huh? Many women try to imitate skinny catwalk models. Today the fact is that looking at such emaciated faces on faces of magazines and televisions could be disheartening for many of us *I think so*. For long these skinny models have been long live-victims of eating disorders. In fact some of them are so malnourished that they even remind us of the starving kids back in Somalia! =.= It's best if you think twice before gulping on those diet pills you buy from Guardian or Watson cause you could end up looking like the seh-tu-pidd woman on the picture here muahaha >:)