I GOT IT. And I absolutely can’t wait to receive it! Hopefully I’ll be there physically when he signs for fans next time~
On a side note, the 4 ulcers on the underside of my tongue bring nothing but torture. I talk like Valentine from Kingsman now.
So I spent my new year’s eve watching the last episode of Healer and having some intense drama withdrawals, something which I haven’t experienced for a long time. In fact, I could feel the withdrawals coming in when I’m halfway through the drama and its rating of 9++% proves that it’s such an underrated drama. But why? Ji Chang Wook is the male lead and his character is nothing but suave. Well it is no doubt he is mainly the reason why I’m so attached to the drama. No kidding ahahahaha.
From him acting as a nerd
I can go on and on about how sleek Ji Chang Wook’s acting is in this drama but I shall stop here… Okay last one, let us take a moment to appreciate his broad shoulders heh
So it’s Sunday night and I am well aware that I have to be up early tomorrow morning for work, not to even mention squeezing and smelling women’s overly sweet perfume during rush hour. And hence this little part of me choose to stay awake and indulge in the silence I truly appreciate in my room at this hour though a big part of me yearn to be crashing right now.
I came across this article titled Why We Value Something The Most When It’s Gone and here’s an extract from it.
” It’s not because we consciously take things for granted.
We do this unintentionally because of the comfort of their continuous existence.
The uncertainty of time has made us fools into believing that we, and everything around us are infinite – like a pretense we know of, but ignore.”
This was an answer I had been looking for in many years in fact. It is true that the uncertainty in time made us believe that the state of comfort we are in is infinite. So the next question is, do we not get too attached then?
My answer is no, we should still go ahead and follow our instincts instead of our minds, at least for me personally. And the reason being? I have tried detaching before but ended up with regrets and an overwhelming bucketful of ‘what ifs’.
As I had mentioned in my previous post that I believe that people come and go in our lives, I am convinced that this will not hinder me from getting too attached to people and things. Sure enough, they will become memories 10, 20 years down the road but honestly one never know what to expect from each relationship. There is this element of surprise awaiting to be discovered and it will be a pity if we downright detach ourselves from it. This probably is another example which manifests the significance of process outweighing the ending, isn’t it?
Number 14 though…
Originally posted on Thought Catalog:
1. You’re not anti-social, you’re selectivelysocial.
2. Atany given point, you have one (maybe two) best friends who areyour entire life.You’re not a “group of friends” person. You can’t keep up with all that.
3. Social gatherings that are supposed to be “rites of passage” like prom and dances and other such typical nonsense is just… not for you. You don’t understand it. You want nothing to do with it.
4. When you do choose tograce a party with your presence, you are thelife of it.You’re dancing on the table and doing body shots until 3 a.m.
5. … You then retreat into three days of complete solitude to recover.
6. You go out of your way to avoid people, but when you inevitably have to interact with them, you make it seem like…
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Losing someone that was once your world is devastating. No matter how many times someone will say it’s time to move on it won’t ever help.
It’s kinda like having a loose tooth as a kid. Right when you notice your tooth is loose you want to get it out as soon as possible. Thinking about getting something from the tooth fairy is so intoxicating you try to pull your tooth out even when you only can move it a little. It hurts like hell and you keep trying but you just can’t pull a tooth out like that, you have to be patient. You have to wiggle it around and test it’s limits until you know it’s time.
I feel like moving on is like that. No matter what, you can’t just move on after they leave. You have to understand your limits and can’t push too hard. I know you’ve heard it before and you will so much more in your life because it’s true, time fixes everything. Just make sure you aren’t hurting yourself for no reason while you’re waiting.
- Cassie Ramirez
As I grow older, I realise I’m a deep-rooted Asian. My love for western cuisine no longer holds and now I literally live by the quote “no rice no life”. It has gotten so bad I cant even finish a plate of fish and chips but I can devour 2 bowls of rice without a sweat. Huge appetite came a little too late for the puberty phase so I guess I’m not harbouring any hopes to grow any taller than I am now.
On the other hand, Eddy Kim is having a comeback! He’s like the male version of Kim Ye Rim and he’s one of the few artistes who have the airy voice which I love.
Koreans have this habit of mixing up letters ‘L’ and ‘R’ so I shut one eye on that HAHAHA.
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