April 05, 2015

Questions, questions, and MORE questions!

When you've been in a committed relationship for so many years, you tend to get comfortable in your ways. Meaning to say, you lose touch with some of the things you use to do and use to notice when you were single.

One day, when the committed relationship (one you were hoping might lead to a marriage) suddenly ended, you find yourself at a lost. You suddenly find yourself asking yourself things like "Does this means I have to go through the whole dating process again?", and "Do I need to hit the gym now to attract the opposite sex (or in some people's case, same sex)?"

To be honest, dating again scares the heck out of me. The thought of having to put yourself out there constantly again? Urgghh... *shrugs*
Not only that, you then have to learn all over again things like, how to read the signs, how to know if he's into you, and afterwards, deal with the disappointments of the other person not wanting the same thing as you.

Why do we get into relationships? To find love? To have companionship? To cure the loneliness you feel? Or just simply to get laid regularly?

When you've loved and lost, how do you know if you can ever find "love" again?

February 13, 2014

With age, comes wisdom?

They say with age, comes wisdom. I use to think it is some kind of bull crap. However, as I grew older, I do realize that, perhaps there is some merits to that saying.


This random thought came to mind earlier. I always see quotes and what not postings, about surrounding ourselves with positive people only, and people who (key words) genuinely, wants to see us succeed. For the longest time I never could accurately tell which out of all the people in my life were. Recent situations has allow me to make better and clearer judgement, of course its not some HUGE or BIG drama that happened.

Which, brings me to this thought. I was INSANELY negative when I was younger. Emo, goth, destructive, basically negative in general. Things happened back then when there were some who withdrew from my life, I never knew why, in fact, I use to resent them. It took me awhile, (LOL) for me to realize the error of my ways.

So, that was just a little something I thought I'd share. Plus, I can look back at this in the future to keep my foot on the ground.

Since tomorrow is Valentines Day, remember to Love MORE & Fight LESS people. =P



February 11, 2014

Flappy Bird anyone?

So lately people have been obsessing over this game called, "Flappy Bird". 

Whether it is articles of death threats to the creator, Don Nguyen, after he decided to take the game down from the iTunes store and Google Play store OR videos and memes about how people are abnormally angry over a game in which all we do is tap on the screen in order to get pass those green pipes.

Is it just me, or does anyone else NOT get upset and/or enraged when that duck face bird hits the green pipes? I don't know why, but I just find it funny. First time I played it, I literally couldn't stop laughing when the bird hits the barrier. Yes, I did realise that it sounded a bit sadistic.

Seriously though, I don't get why the anger though, after I've got pass the phase of finding it funny (yeap, it still does sound a little bit odd), I was fine with it, no rage no anger (even though I can only reach a high score of 11. HAHA!). Perhaps I have a higher tolerance for it?

So what is YOUR experience playing it and what's your high score? Put it in the comment box if you wanna let me know.

Happy Monday everyone!