Tuesday, April 8, 2014

kpoptrollogy:

The proper way to eat pizza.

OM. NOM. NOM.

Wednesday, March 12, 2014

kaliwallace:

that’s my girl

Role model.

Friday, January 31, 2014
Baby Leo is my favourite Leo.

Baby Leo is my favourite Leo.

(Source: hydrotoxicity)

Thursday, December 19, 2013
katodown:

bonegeek:

ellie5192:

connorkawaii:

[british sigh]

#[slightly lower australian sigh]

[canadian apology] 

[UNWARRANTED AMERICAN DECLARATION OF FREEDOM]

katodown:

bonegeek:

ellie5192:

connorkawaii:

[british sigh]

[canadian apology] 

[UNWARRANTED AMERICAN DECLARATION OF FREEDOM]

Wednesday, December 18, 2013
After the monotony of Christmas, the tedium of Chinese New Year.
I got married nearly three years ago, and while neither my partner nor I consider it a big deal, it meant that we had passed from the ranks of Chinese New Year red packet receivers to red packet givers. I usually hoard the free envelopes issued by banks or retailers, but I came across this website and I think I’ve found the perfect red packet to use the next time we’re in Asia staring down a (thankfully short) line of nieces and nephews. As you can see from the picture above, the packet I have in mind is actually purple and not red, but more importantly, it also says keke (科科) A+, which means “A+ in every subject”. The kids would hate me, but their parents would probably love it.
I’d be giving this ironically though. I was never an A+sian. XD

After the monotony of Christmas, the tedium of Chinese New Year.

I got married nearly three years ago, and while neither my partner nor I consider it a big deal, it meant that we had passed from the ranks of Chinese New Year red packet receivers to red packet givers. I usually hoard the free envelopes issued by banks or retailers, but I came across this website and I think I’ve found the perfect red packet to use the next time we’re in Asia staring down a (thankfully short) line of nieces and nephews. As you can see from the picture above, the packet I have in mind is actually purple and not red, but more importantly, it also says keke (科科) A+, which means “A+ in every subject”. The kids would hate me, but their parents would probably love it.

I’d be giving this ironically though. I was never an A+sian. XD

Saturday, August 17, 2013
n. the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own—populated with their own ambitions, friends, routines, worries and inherited craziness—an epic story that continues invisibly around you like an anthill sprawling deep underground, with elaborate passageways to thousands of other lives that you’ll never know existed, in which you might appear only once, as an extra sipping coffee in the background, as a blur of traffic passing on the highway, as a lighted window at dusk.
Video
The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows: sonder 
Saturday, June 29, 2013
eriebasin:

1890s Victorian Green Glass Bulldog Charm, $65

I thought this was a bulldog gummy bear and I got really excited…

eriebasin:

1890s Victorian Green Glass Bulldog Charm, $65

I thought this was a bulldog gummy bear and I got really excited…

Thursday, May 9, 2013
grim-realizations:

Debbil says hai

It’s kind of awesome being an atheist. ^.~

grim-realizations:

Debbil says hai

It’s kind of awesome being an atheist. ^.~

Saturday, April 13, 2013
I want to see a real kitty fit into this. Especially the tail bit.
daunt:

thewolfandowl:

CAT.
ARMOUR.
CAT ARMOUR.

Lets just take a moment to envision how a cat would try to escape from this….

I want to see a real kitty fit into this. Especially the tail bit.

daunt:

thewolfandowl:

CAT.

ARMOUR.

CAT ARMOUR.

Lets just take a moment to envision how a cat would try to escape from this….

(Source: shitwolf)

Sunday, April 7, 2013

I’m slightly perturbed that the teachers’ handwriting in the first seven detention notes look like kids’ handwriting. 

Good handwriting was positively fetishized in my convent school. We knew who the girls with the best handwritings were—their written exercises were pinned on boards at the back of the classroom for all to admire—and we aspired to write just as beautifully. I remember swapping all my pens for a particular Pilot ballpoint pen in blue ink because the girl whose handwriting I worshipped used them. 

I get complimented on my handwriting a lot as an adult and especially in the US, though I suspect that’s really because I write in full cursive, something I’ve done since I was ten. My handwriting is not terrible, but objectively, it’s not great—I have pathetic visual/spatial perception, and it shows in the irregularity of my spacing and margins. My frustration reached its zenith when I was introduced to chemical formulas and notations with those danged superscripts in secondary school. I hated how my Chemistry homework looked and quickly applied to drop the subject for English Literature. 

glitterbites:

Collecting these because no one understands their genius. They make me want to go to school. Ps please don’t change the source!