around that time when you already got enough sleep but you just go back to sleep for the heck of it and you wrap yourself up in your blanky. Thats when the imagination goes wild. At least for me. Ahh good sleep in and good dream today.
i always dream, but my craziest dreams are…
I’m exactly like this too, always dream but most of all mornings (and naps!) :) But yours at least had something to do with reality… I dreamed this morning that Kyuhyun of Super Junior messaged me on Twitter about ponies, I was worried he would find my spazzing about him on Tumblr until I realized that my username on there was different (in reality I haven’t spazzed about him and my username is the same). Then I went to meet him and realized I had no pants on and hadn’t even shaved my legs! So I started to look for a public pool to take care of this issue, as you do. At this point I woke up…
I just finished watching First Position, and as usual, I cried my eyes out. I don’t know why I’m such an emotional movie watcher. I cry when the movie is happy, I cry when it’s sad, cry cry cry. Sigh.
But the movie was so good that I tearfully clapped at the end. I’m alone in my apartment. Nope,…
Oh I cry all the time! If I’m reading a book on my break and I hit a sad part I have to stop or I’ll be a weepy mess when I get back!!
I finished his dark materials and I bawled to my mom about how it wasn’t fair they had to grow old without each other for like 15 minutes.
When I saw pursuit of happiness in theaters I cried for like half the movie and two hours after because it really made me think about how much everyone takes for granted. I called like several people to tell them I loved them and appreciated them.
I am a freak of absolute nature!
Also I am very jealous you got to have some sort of hobby when you were younger! I’m sad you didn’t like it then but it’s never too late! I live in a village so I wasn’t able to do anything besides school because almost everything you could do require your mom or dad to get you there and back and my parents worked. Also my mom was forced to take piano as a kid and resents it or something dumb. If I ever have kids I’m following advice from Obama: they will take one extra curricular that they picked and one that I picked. Even if they don’t like it because it teaches them to follow through and do their best even at a task they didn’t choose which is a big part of life. I can’t remember where I read that but it seems sound!
That’s really good advice actually, about the extra curricular! Well I’ll be homeschooling my kids, but yeah I do think there’s something to the “Tiger Mother” school of thought about teaching kids how to follow through on commitments.
PS Sheryll I clap alone in my apartment too, no shame. Today I was crying out, “Whhyyyyy” cinematically and sobbing when the washing machine man said he couldn’t come. (Washing machine is all installed though now!!!)
I’m such an odd movie cryer… I cry really easily anyway and in A LOT of movies. Like I cried watching Dude, Where’s My Car once. And then sometimes when you’d think anyone would cry, suddenly not a tear in my eye.
Welcome to Finland
Weather in this entire fucking country for the coming week…
I really fucking hate it when I feel like I’ve been laughed at behind my back. Because of this, I’ve been tearing up all night. And it’s over something really petty and trivial… But that is what having self esteem issues up the wazoo will get you.
The kimchi was semi-successful. It didn’t really look right, but it was edible, if a bit too salty. But we already have ideas on how to make the next iteration better. I’m sure we’ll get it right eventually!
So me and my friend tried to make kimchi the other day from a cookbook I gave her for her birthday… We’ll see how it turns out on Sunday, can’t wait!
I just made the worst mistake one can make when on public transport for extended periods of time: forgot my earphones at home.
Is it ok for a bride to expect you to participate in (and pay for) her bachelorette party if she’s not going to invite you to the wedding?
[verb] - to draw, to pick out, to exterminate
칼을 뽑다 - to draw a sword
이를 뽑다 - to extract a tooth
군을 뽑다 - to conscript soldiers
풀을 뽑다 - to weed (something)
실을 뽑다 - to take out the stitches
제비를 뽑다 - to draw lots
권총을 뽑다 - to draw a pistol
학생을 뽑다 - to…
We just had this word in our homework about selecting scholarship students. And I had written 뽀워요 everytime I was supposed to write 뽑아요 ㅠㅠ So I have a question: is there any way to know which way a “ㅂ” verb behaves other than learning them by heart?
Not that I’m aware of, my love. ㅠㅠ I’m sorry! I’m sure there’s a linguistic/historical reason, but I wouldn’t be surprised to find out that nobody’s really studied it.
For what it’s worth, here are some lists of ㅂ regulars and irregulars, and hereis the TalktoMeinKorean lesson on the irregular ㅂ.
I suspected that :( But thanks for the links, very useful!
MINHA VIDA E A DA MARIE SERÃO IGUAIS E -shot- *pegou o mesmo livro sem querer*
”- Espere aí- Disse Carter.- Meu pai desapareceu e você quer que eu deixe o país?”
“Suportei o melhor que pude as injúrias de Fortunato; mas, quando ousou insultar-me, jurei vingança.”
(( “Churchill reached Britain from the United States on 10 February 1901.”
kl;kg;fh WHAT ))
“Move on, my men, - as quick as you like.”
There is no page 45 in this book (seriously its my chem lab manual and I turned in that worksheet already).
The Russian cultural attache’s black bread is particularly sought after by the more discerning duck, while the head of M19’s soggy Hovis with Marmite is relished by the connoisseurs.
(this is an exceedingly odd way of saying completely nonexistent)
“They shall still sprout forth is hoary age replete with sap and foliage.”
Bilton and Scaggs’ second great publishing disaster occurred in 1653.
Lol… idek. Thanks, Good Omens.
(This is a fun one!)
I am not making it up that the first part of the page is talking about balls - but they’re the dancing kind, because this is Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Get ready to laugh:
“…I am much mistaken if there are not some among us to whom a ball would be rather a punishment than a pleasure.”
I love Good Omens, just saying.
Is it the first sentence if it’s carried over from page 44? Or the first complete sentence? I’ll assume first complete sentence.
“Maybe physical brain activity causes non-physical mental states, yet these mental states just don’t cause things to happen in the physical body.”
[…] questions I dared ask before he would grow tired of me, or (worse) burn me to ash or eat me.
Dragon Slippers, by Jessica Day George.
“이건 맵고 짜요.” (“This is spicy and salty.”)
“He used to run away from home regularly, sleeping out in the woods or in the treehouse, knowing that Mother would not whip him.”
Five Quarters of the Orange, Joanne Harris
"As far as Richard could remember, Hanway Place was a dead end."