That even though I only mean to spend a few minutes to write up a new blog post, I end up taking 40mins-- because I use all that extra time to find the images for my blog...
Okay-- well it's not like I didn't see it coming. Except classic me- I obviously thought that there wasn't much for me to learn....
So. Totally. WRONG!!!!
So now, I'm attempting to be like this...
But actually, I'm more like this...
Because pacing around the room, flailing my arms and going "I DON'T HAVE ENOUGH TIME" is really what a person should be doing at this type of time.
So, after a long number of weeks of handing in endless assignments, I have finally, with the conclusion of my economics, finished all my assessment! YAY!
....Well, that's with the exception of testing week, for which I haven't started studying for, and it's going to be in like less than 2 weeks..
Well, I hope I can study hard and get good results like Tachibana Kanade (above)...
Okay so this weekend, I was totally focused on getting work done- I had an economics assignment due next week on Wednesday, and I also had a Japanese interview on Tuesday. Not to mention the "fun quiz" in Chemistry class on Monday.
But whilst I was happily *cough cough* working away at my economics (which I didn't start until Sunday late morning), I've spent a considerable amount of time accidentally clicking into my VLC Media Player app, which just so happens to be placed next to my Safari, of which I was furiously clicking back and forth between it and Word.
Every time I accidentally clicked VLC, I would have to wait a few seconds before clicking "Quit". But come late afternoon, and when I once again (in my mild frustration) clicked VLC, I decided that this was a message from Mr. Procrastination, saying "You and I should get back together". And so guess what? I did.
But it's okay, because it was only a couple of hours, and hey, even if I didn't manage to study as much as I would have planned for Japanese, at least I'm almost done with my Economics! YAY!
Provided they didn't say in-text referencing... because I've gotten like 37 footnotes.
Maybe a few people might have realised this before, but I really dislike images that are of bad quality/resolution. The same goes for videos. I just can't stand seeing all the pixels moving about, and I get a secret pleasure whenever I find an image in super high resolution. Especially when it's then featured on my desktop or something.
Which is probably why, I'm actually slightly annoyed at my weebly format right now- because I can see the pixels in my foreground.
I'm really tempted to change it, but right now, I really couldn't be bothered to shift through all the html and stuff to modify it.
Now I'm not actually trying to be offensive here, but every now and then when I sit down and do some serious thinking (haha, "serious" thinking), I realise a lot of weird and wacky things about myself.
For example- nowadays, I seem to have thing about twins. It's not like I'm against them or anything, in fact it's the complete opposite. I'm really interested about twins. Like I mean, imagine this: they've always been together from the start- even at *ahem* fertilisation. Does that mean that out of everyone in the world, before they're even born, they share a special bond, just between the two of them?
Sometimes I wonder what type of bond twins share. Now I don't actually have any friends of mine who are twins, but I can understand that in this wonderfully twisted world, not every twin born will actually have this so-called 'bond'. In fact, perhaps it was just some marketing scheme that producers and creators of fiction used to stimulate the market and create demand for their goods (you can see I've been thinking about economics haha). But still- wouldn't it be nice? When I think about it, it doesn't necessarily make me smile or anything, but it's just a thought.
Sending out a huge thanks to a very special friend of mine whose party I attended a few hours ago! I had lots of fun, and I hope you had a great night to! (^_^)
To the birthday party girl: Get why I put up this image? Think back to the game "Honey if you love me, will you give me a smile?" hehe (^-^)/
So here's a nice and easy question- what happens when you add me, youtube, and the thought "I'm just going to search for some nice music on Youtube for a little bit"?
Well, apart from not knowing the answer to that (which, unless you personally know me, shouldn't know), it meant that I (yet again) wasted a ton of time on Youtube browsing through a number of different music videos and so forth- LIKE I HAVE NOTHING TO DO HAHA.
I think what makes youtube so time consuming is how it has related videos on the sidebar. It's like they're deliberately placed there with the huge red sign saying "WATCH ME! I LOOK SUPER INTERESTING! WATCH ME!"
Chances are, they probably are placed there deliberately-- like I mean, I'm not sure if youtube earns income from keeping watchers on their website, but it can contribute to the number of their hits and popularity on the net and blah blah blah stuff.
And the really sad thing is? Whilst I'm watching these videos, I'm thinking "I should actually be working on my economics, because I haven't even started to find my articles and it's going to be due in less than 5 days or so"
But hey on the other hand, I did find some pretty good music videos. Although I have mentioned before that I wasn't much of a fan of Vocaloid's music, I've come to really enjoy their music videos. Particularly the ones involving the Kagamine Twins, like Proof of Life/Soundless Voice, and The Wolf that Fell in Love with Little Red Riding Hood. I still don't really like their 'machine' sounding voices (it's a personal opinion, so not haters please) but these 2 songs really top my list right now- I find the melodies and music videos meaningful and beautifully created~
This is just a little side note, but in case you thought the colours were just for emphasis, try clicking on them if you're interested in listening to the songs I mentioned- hehe better than the buttons huh?
Above: The Wolf that fell in Love with Little Red Riding Hood
Below: Proof of Life
With no work done whatsoever. Even though I really tried hard to start a few things, but it just didn't happen. I think this app called "Anime Amino" is the problem here. Like I mean, think of it like Facebook, but an anime-based version of Facebook.
So whilst I have not yet decided to set up a Facebook account or use it, I have instead stupidly chosen to download this app and set up an account. Note to self- don't try this again.
Why? Because it's ridiculously addictive. Not in the "candy crusher" game addictive, more like the "let's check for notifications every 3mins or so" addictive. Which is equally, if not more, distracting.
And because majority of the users are from (who would've guessed) America (not to intentionally offend in any way by the way), I end up staying late until like 3am every night on this app trying to adjust to the huge time difference between my place and theirs.
Not to mention the fact that I ended up downloading this app called "kik" as well-- good job me, finding more and more apps to procrastinate on! Haha NO. BAD IDEA.
So next time you are browsing the app store, here's a handy tip- DON'T DO IT DURING EXAM TIME. Just don't. Well, that's advice for me anyway, but hey, who listens to their 'wise' advice? Pft, not me.
Happy Birthday Wishes and Hugs to a super special and important friend of mine~~
I actually did post this earlier, but apparently weebly decided to have a little spaz attack, and I only just noticed that it had never ever been uploaded! Now it is, so sorry for the delay... -_-
Pretty self-explanatory from the title, but essentially the (not so) personal blog of an otaku. End.
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