Her: I’m feeling angsty WANNA committ some arson?
It can be legal.
Me. Ooooh temping.
What do you have in mind?
Her: Small bonfire? Bricks and a fire in the middle bc the beach is too far
Idk I just want fire
Me: I want to burn things in it
Like barbie dolls
Her: Oh good idea.
Me: But that’s expensive
Her: Nah we can go to the 99 cent store
Me: And would probably smell bad
Her: Okay how about vegetables
We can set aside money to go to 99 cent store
And buy stuff we wanna burn
Me: Sounds good
Her: Okay after finals?
Me: Yeeee down
My first bucket list post will be this video of a boy hugging a chicken. I want to hug a chicken.
I have decided to start a new series called “Bucket List” and it’s going to be, you guessed it, my bucket list! I created one a few years back. It was handwritten and ended up being about 3 pages long. I actually ended up fulfilling a lot of the stuff I put on there, although I can’t find it anymore to cross them off. Most of the ones I accomplished were K-pop concerts and seeing bands live. At that time, K-pop wasn’t that big and concerts in America were RARE. Now they aren’t and I honesty did not think I would be able to see Big Bang live BUT I DID. Through that I learned that it may actually seem pretty impossible, but it COULD actually happen.
Also, because I made on and posted it, people saw it and helped me fulfill some of them ^.^ . Number 1 was to attempt pottery and make something out of clay on a potter’s wheel. That christmas my sister gave me this pottery wheel set she found somewhere at Wal-Mart. Hah! I didn’t really make anything, but it was fun 🙂 Making one and sharing it will help you accomplish things you would’t think you’d be able to. There are people out there that can and want to help you and I think that’s great.
Rosa Parks occasionally asks me to help her on school essays and I become jealous. She actually gets to do quite interesting writing projects. I, on the other hand, have not been assigned a decent essay in awhile. As in, I disliked one of my English teachers with a passion because I probably have not developed a single skill the entire time I was imprisoned in his class. Welp.
I’ve been…fragile lately? But at the same time, it’s difficult. I don’t think I’ve ever been in a moment like now where I felt so lost, so confused, so alone, and so… fragile? It’s pity I believe.
Sometimes I wonder, Why is he so sad? Then I wonder Why am I so sad? I have no reason to be sad! But in the end, the tears stream for reasons I know not. And the two meet at my chin in a subtle embrace before elegantly falling off the face of Earth. My whole world becomes sad.
My favorite thing to do when I’m alone is sleep. My least favorite thing to do when I’m alone is wallow in self pity. Which one is more productive? Neither. Instead, I inevitably fall into one and attempt to escape it with the other.
So there’s a K-pop artist that I like and he’s part of a group called C-Clown. His name is Barom Yu and he’s Australian Korean. He’s a rapper/dancer who went by the name Bboy B.Yu (Be You, get it? cute huh?). Before he was a K-pop star he used to post videos of himself dancing on Youtube but it’s been pretty inactive in posting videos ever since his debut, which is reasonable. However, he still posts CTC Crown the Clown vlogs under the official group Youtube.
Anyway, what’s the point of talking about the other Australian Korean that’s not Hanbyul? Well, this Australian Korean has a great taste in music with a whole bunch of random songs I haven’t heard of. He uses a lot of the songs in his videos and he has led me to the artist I shall share today: Jordan Bratton.
Well, this is a day late for World AIDS Day but this was also supposed to be a Music Monday so let’s just pretend I posted this on time. Anyway, here is a song to remind all of you people, how are you gonna live your life if you’re positive?
I’ve grown (well I have always been) fond of loop station/pedal covers. I just never knew what they were called until today for some reason. I’ve made the conclusion that I really enjoy watching how things are developed (especially in stories). It explains why I LOVE beginning a new series, but I’ll get about a little more than halfway or even almost completing it when I’ll stop. So the idea of these loop covers are really nice because I love to watching how people recreate the songs with their own little twist and random noises.
1. Josie Charlwood – Feel Good Inc.
Because I love everything that is Feel Good Inc.